CAN 2019 qualifying stages in Tanzania
The national team for the U17 of Mali flew on August 4 to Bobo-Dioulasso, where they will play two friendly matches against the U17 Menas of Niger before facing the U17 Stallions of Burkina Faso.
Despite the friendly context in which will be delivered these two matches in Burkina,in view of his mission these matches come at the right time for Sekou Seck “Bako” coach of the Eaglets of Mali. Because, he will have a great opportunity to see his players in real gaming situation. But, also this tournament could be usefull has match preparation, it will give him a small glimpse of his mission in Dakar where the Eaglets are expected …
Housed in the POOL (C) with Gambia and Sierra Leone, the double winner of the continental title will have to finish in front of the other two. The qualification for Tanzania 2019 will be played between the first of the three pools for the 2 qualifying tickets for the finals.
To give himself a good margin of success in the complexity of the task, the first person in charge of the technical supervision invited 25 players from the various training centers and clubs affiliated to the FÉMAFOOT (Malian Federation of Football). As in previous editions, the JMG soccer Academy has succed in placing 7 of its residents invited with the national U17 team, which keeps them in a good position with a rate of 28% in the selection …
The 7 Académicians in the U17 national selection are
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Daouda Guindo, Kamory Doumbia, Diambou Mamady, Néné Dorgéles, Thiam Mamadou, Dabo Séyba, Habib Kéita