Costa Rica's new coach, Ronald González, unveiled his roster last Friday for the two CONCACAF Nations League games against the Haitian and Curaçao sides on October 10th and 13th. Among the 24 Ticos selected, there is the presence of the neo-Parisian Keylor Navas who was not present during the defeat of his country against the Grenadiers during the last Gold Cup.
Two important tests for the Costa Rican selection . Appointed head of the Ticos a few weeks ago, Ronald González will begin his adventure in LDN at the level of League A. To face the Grenadiers on the road on October 10 in the Bahamas and receive Curacao 3 days later, he announced Friday of a press conference is the list of 24 players to play these two meetings.
If Costa Rica was surprised by the National Eleven last summer in the US, Ronald González, freshly arrived, has this heavy responsibility to to bring out this counterperformance in the heads of all fallen Costa Ricans. What the new coach seems to have understood by opting for an expanded list that we invite you to look at below:
Guardians: Keylor Navas, Leonel Moreira, Adonis Pineda.
Defenders : Ricardo Blanco, Keysher Fuller, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Kendall Waston, Francisco Calvo, Oscar Duarte, Kevin Espinoza, Bryan Oviedo, Ronald Matarrita
Background: Celso Borges, Allan Cruz, Dilan Flores, Jose Cubero, Luis Diaz, Joel Campbell, Randall Leal, Ariel Lassiter
Attackers : Jose Ortiz, Johan Venegas, Francisco Rodriguez, and Jonathan Moya.