MONTREAL – Players from the Montreal Impact Academy born in 2001 will be invited to the East of Canada U15 identification camp, hosted by the Canadian Soccer Association, from March 21 to 24, in Montreal.
In addition to the 17 players from the Impact Academy, 14 players from around the province and also from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will take part in the camp.
“As the camp is taking place in Montreal, it’s an ideal opportunity for the Canadian Soccer Association to see our young Impact players born in 2001,” said Impact Academy director Philippe Eullaffroy.
This is the third CSA identification camp, allowing the national team’s technical staff to see players from all around the country.
Impact players part of the camp:
Luis Enrique Alonzo-Paz (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Zackiel Brault (last club: Blainville)
Calin Calaidjoglu (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Gabriel Capano-Gauthier (last club: Repentigny)
Maxandre Cyr (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Lundon Durand Browne (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Mohamed Nassim Fadi (last club: Lakeshore)
Zachary Tognon Fernandez (last club: Blainville)
Moulay Abdallah Kanzi Belghiti (last club: Saint Léonard)
Xavier Laneuville (last club: CS Les Rebelles de l’Est)
Yannick Laurent (last club: Blainville)
Dominik Lessard (last club: Blainville)
Mujtaba Hasan Mirhasan (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Youssef Mouelhi (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Woobens Pacius (last club: L’Assomption)
Jonathan Sirois (last club: Saint-Hubert)
Cédric Toussaint (last club: Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve)