- GUAM captain Jason Cunliffe has seen the East Asian countries indeed achieved remarkable progress
- The national team of the biggest players is a point signs of slowing down
- The Crabgrass Set for the resumption of the Qatar 2022 qualifiers later this year
36, the majority of the strikers is to slow down. Don’t count on GUAM’s biggest players, the recording of the Marksman, the captain among them.
The Federated States of Micronesia territory, lost 1 than 0 to Bhutan in the first leg, they struggle for a place in the second round of Asian qualifying for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, but Jason Cunliffe’s hat trick and two helps inspire them, 5-0 winning return.
“Many of the football players call it a day or consider retirement, at this age, but I’m not quite, but”the striker still score regularly against the Bank of GUAM Stryker in the GUAM Soccer League said FIFA.com. “I’m still very fit and healthy.
“I train hard and strict programme excellence by James Ralph from the athlete’s edge. I was not disappear. Honestly, I am entering my Prime Minister.”
This is what Cunliffe believe in his longevity, has 22 goals in 53 caps, he wanted to reach the Century Club.
“I want to reach a century of caps for the national team,”he said firmly. “I want to make further breakthroughs in GUAM, such as helping our team to the second round of the EAFF tournament and the situation is better in the World Cup qualification.”
Cunliffe, who shared a birthday Bailey, have two sons, he would like to imitate Arnor and Eidur Gudjohnsen, Henrik, Jordan Larsson and Rivaldo and Rivaldinho in the same team as one of them.
“Change Zico eight months and Marciano will be in October,”Cunliffe said. “I like to play at least a mating one of my sons as a team-mate.”
Zico and Marciano is a little too young, better Cunliffe’s best achievements. In Russia 2018 Qualification Only GUAM’s Second World Cup qualification campaign, and Gary White they stunned Turkmenistan when the top of a group also has Iran and Oman. These victories sent the country into raptures.
“Everyone is very excited,”Cunliffe recalled. “In five days, we took six points from our opening two games.
“Have been accustomed to we will lose on the international stage for so long, we the people are suddenly waking up to the victory. Our performances make them aware of, GUAM Football made a huge step into the new era.”
It is, of course, their unexpected victory in the Indian held the sense of consider, this is a very small country with less than 170,000 with the world’s second most populous country.
“Yes, this is indeed a big victory for us,”Cunliffe said. “This is truly a David and Goliath situation, but we proved that our country’s trademark resilience and fight to win. By doing so, we prove that we are doing our best in bridging the gap between us and the battalion.”
GUAM good run, but proved to be short-lived. A goalless draw against Oman and five failures–although the three coming by a single goal–put paid to their hopes.
“We were a bit unfortunate not take more points, quite frankly,”assessment of Cunliffe. “We lost three important games against Turkmenistan, Oman and India through the completely same with the score 1 than 0. We proved we can compete against them and only the Iranian people are mainly against us.
“However, we learned a lot of rubbing shoulders with these teams. We gained valuable international experience that can help our Teens. In twenty years, when we recall that the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign will be a huge catalyst in our development.”
GUAM has taken zero points from a possible 15 in the second round of Asian qualifying for Qatar 2022, effectively ending their chances.
“We are disappointed,”Cunliffe said. “This team is younger and more inexperienced than the team five years ago.
“We obviously still have a lot of work to do. We will always be catching up to the big teams, but I believe I will see, and GUAM defeat them in my lifetime.”
Cunliffe recently appointed GUAM’s U-17 coach, responsible for training the next generation, but he has issued a warning to those he is coaching.
“I will play for GUAM as long as my health and be able to win my earth team,”he said. “I’ve told Teens they must have taken it, if they want my place.
“With the new coaching work, I look forward to giving back to the local soccer community. But at the same time, I’m still excited to compete in the field”.