Dominica seek to retain 3rd place in Group D as they face Barbados in final World Cup Qualifying Match today

Dominica football team in training. Photo credit: DFA Media

A third place finish in Group D of the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers will be on the line today, Tuesday June 8 as Dominica plays Barbados in its final World Cup qualifying match.

The Nature Island boys are scheduled face Barbados on June 8th at 9pm at the Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez in the Dominica Republic.

Dominica currently sits in 4th position with 3 points, while Barbados occupies 3rd place with 4 points.

A victory for Dominica on Tuesday will guarantee them a 3rd place finish behind Panama and the Dominican Republic.

The Team held its final training session Monday Morning at the Panamericano Stadium in San Cristobal.

National Mid Fielder Chad “Rusty” Bertrand spoke with DFA Media after the session. Video credit: DFA Media.

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1 Comment

  1. Jonathan Y St Jean
    June 8, 2021

    Since when does a team participate in a sporting event to feel like a third place finish feels like a victory? Only in Dominca. Winning, meaning winning the 1st place prize is the goal of all teams which compete, unless they state otherwise from the beginning. The stated objective of the Dominca team from before the start of the tournament was to win their division, now a third place finish is the goal. Does the football association have a medium and long term plan for national football in Dominca? If they do then they need to keep pointing to their strategic plan and stop talking foolishness. Third place finish is not a victory.

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