Montreal CF players are concerned about the losses suffered by clubs in the first preseason game in Florida on Thursday against the third division. But patience is still needed to lay the foundation for this training, which is very different from last year.
“This is a problem of developing relationships on the ground, but also a problem of developing relationships externally. Not only teammates, but also guys who like to hang out together. This is not perfect in the first game on April 17, but it will be building The foundation of a winning team.”
There is nothing to worry about in the 2-0 loss to Tormenta FC in Georgia’s third division on Thursday.
Sechdick said: “For those who can’t see it from the inside out, it’s easy to draw conclusions from the 2-0 loss.” But we are implementing what the coaching staff wants us to do. We have many scoring opportunities that we did not seize. It is better to miss them now, not when the season begins. “
Zorhan Bassong, who joined the team after representing Canada in the Mexico Olympic qualifiers, was also peaceful on the second day of the first preseason game.
“The team has been separated from the others from the national team for a long time. We only have one training session to prepare for this game. From what I have seen, you need to do a lot, but I also think you can Many positive measures.”
The 21-year-old Toronto defender was acquired by the Montreal team last year. The 21-year-old Toronto defender is happy to start this season. He is very happy to participate in Major League Soccer with Montreal CF and clashed with Toronto FC.
“I think this is a great opportunity for us because she is our biggest competitor. To some extent, we want to be prepared for this game. Bassoon said the players want to focus on this. , And really motivated to play against this team. Personally, I don’t have a better hope than I played against Toronto in the first game. This gives me more motivation to train hard.”
-The Montreal CF team will play the second and final preseason game against Tampa Bay Rorty on Sunday.