Among the CF players who performed well in the Montreal national team, goalkeeper James Pantemis and the Canadian Under-23 junior team are close to qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.
“James is fine,” Wilfried Nancy said. Now, he only needs to erase one thing, and he knows it. He is good at making saves, but he made mistakes and put his team in danger. “
For others, this will be the status quo in front of the goal at the beginning of the season.
Nancy said: “This season will be long, I like to have games, but for now, we still stick to what we saw at the end of last season.” He discussed his goalkeeper, Rémy Vercoutre, with many official coaches.
Midfielder Ahmed Hamdi (Ahmed Hamdi) took part in the first training session with his new teammate on Tuesday.
For the Egyptians, this did change lives, but Wilfried Nancy was relieved because of what he thought of the 23-year-old.
“He can play an offensive or defensive midfielder. What I like about him is his talent and his reading of the game. He tries to predict the next game and play it in time.”
Hamdi must adapt now because he does not speak French or English.
“We have a therapist who speaks Arabic, but I also talked to him, and he knew he had to do his homework. He knew a little English, and I was relieved to see that during the practice, he understood that he had to Things to do.”
In Kiki Struna (Kiki Struna), CF Montreal went to an experienced central defender. He was very aware of his limitations. He performed easily in one-click games during Tuesday’s training.
Wilfried Nancy believes that Kiki’s strength is that he knows his own characteristics and shortcomings without complicating the game. He does what you see is what you get.
As far as he is concerned, since he joined the team last week, we still control his training volume.