Friday, November 29, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The captain of the National Under-17 Selection, Fredler Christophe, who has recently signed a two-year renewable contract with the Racing Club de Strasbourg (D1 Française), left the country this Tuesday, November 26, 2019 definitively for France to meet the obligations of his new contract. However, he will be operational only in January when he turns 18.
The Haitian Football Federation, in its constant desire to chart the path, to push young people and seek them a place in the lucrative world market football, once again marked a point with the definitive departure towards European professionalism of a young person from his training center CAMP US. A planned trip with meticulousness since the native of Leogane will be on his third and will remain definitively.
Formed and resident at CAMP US for four years and having made the heyday of the Leogânais club, Exafoot, Fredler Christophe will be supported by the Frenchman who had fallen under his spell; the club has also worked well to ensure its qualities, so, at first, he had gone to France to do a three-month internship last summer, but this time, he leaves the country definitively for to live in Alsace and begin his career in the hexagon, precisely at the training center of the club * Racine Mutest Academy *.
If it is obvious that the young person will not be able to wear the tunic of the club before his 18 years , which he will have besides the 11 January next, the young leoganais will however be able to benefit from trainings under better conditions. In addition, until he joins the classical school of the center, he will have at his disposal a private teacher who will provide him with a school upgrade while requiring his adaptation and integration into his new life, among others.  Indeed, Fredler Christophe is the first of this generation of CAMP WE to leave the country for France. But, there will soon be others: for example, Dany Jean, this young Grenadier with dribble dribbling at the recent U17 world in Brazil on the left wing, has caught the eye of recruiters Strasbourg and has just been officially signed by the big Alsatian club and will leave at the end of January. He will follow a procedure quite similar to that of Fredler where he will spend a period of so-called adaptation of three months in the club, but he will remain permanently approaching his 18 years. In addition, other small Grenadiers who played in the Brazilian world are in the crosshairs of several other clubs in Europe.
Thus, the FHF had invited, through the Haitian international Reginald Goreux, several European recruiters to Brazil 2019 to better get to know young people and possibly promote their integration into European academies, Reginald has guided these “scouts” who have registered many young grenadiers in their address book.
The final report could be of benefit to Haiti, especially for those players who have broken down even though the regret of having left matches on avoidable errors during the world, would have been a black spot that recruiters have seen even with a particular look, nevertheless that does not prevent that some young people are even anticipated by the AC Milan academy.
After Nérilia, Batcheba, Kethna, these members of the U-17 male Fredler and Dany are the two first young people to leave CAMP-US to sign in a french club of the D1. The best is yet to come.
Jessica Jean / FHF Communication / November 26, 2019.