At the end of every game, there would be losers and winners. But that’s not the case for the NMI national team’s training camp in Guam, as the two islands considered the event as win-win for both programs of the Northern Mariana Islands Football Association and the Guam Football Association.
The two sides’ national team pools made up of more than 100 players had eight training matches last week at the GFA National Training Center. The NMI team’s women’s crew won three games and had one draw, while the men’s squad got one victory and three losses. Besides the training matches, the NMI players had practice sessions for five days and worked on their individual and teams’ skills and developed and executed game strategies. Guam, on the other hand, was able to provide its players opportunities to compete—something that their teams have been wishing for since the program has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
NMI Men’s U20 National Team players perform warm-up exercises for their training session last week during the training camp at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. .....
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