Ian Pou among Belize’s selection to UNCAF Male U-16 Tournament

Saturday, November 28th, 2015

San Pedro’s Ian Pou was among the football player representing Belize at the Central American Football Union (UNCAF) Male U-16 Tournament. The Belize National Male Under-16 Football Team participated in the tournament held in Managua, Nicaragua from Tuesday, November 17th to Monday, November 23rd. Even though the Belize selection did not win the tournament, they still displayed excellent sportsmanship.46 Belize at UNCAF u16 Tournament
The UNCAF tournament will feature selections from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Belize in hope of selecting two teams to represent the region at the CONCACAF Male U-16 Championship. All games of the tournament were played at the Estadio Nacional de Futbol.
The Belize selection was made up of Ian Reynaldo Pou, Korey Nicholas Gomez, Devin John Nunez, Hakeem Elijah Smith, Glenn Johan Richard Tillett, Ainsleigh Hazael Marquis Perez, Tahj Devynn Austyn H. Reid, Daren Apolonio, Shaquelle Emorson Matute, Jemario Deandre Sanabria, Zerik Blayne Cabral, Davis Myrick Marshall, Elton Kenrick Gordon, Gabriel Fitzgerald Ramos, Jalen Damian Budna, Kyle Anthony Lozano, Joseph Anthony Ramirez, and Javier Isai Millian. The coaching staff included Dennis Serrano as Head Coach, Gabriel Ramos as Assistant Coach, Thomas Rivars as Physiotherapist, Herbert Trapp and Michael Benjamin as Equipment Managers, and Peter Alvarez as Team Manager.


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