Concacaf will give Arcahaie resources to travel to Mexico and thus play its match against Cruz Azul in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16
MEXICO – Concacaf will financially support the Archaea of Haiti, so that he can make his trip to Mexico and thus play the second game of the tie against Blue Cross, on the Concacaf Champions League.
According to sources close to Blue Cross, Concacaf will support the Caribbean team so that it can fulfill its commitment in the Concacaf Champions League, after he made it known that he did not have the necessary resources to make the trip and play the second game of the round of 16.
The Arcahaie, as it transpired, had difficulties to raise the 150 thousand dollars to be able to be in Mexico and the Concacaf promised to support the Haitian team.
The Haitian team will travel to the Mexico City, to play the second leg against Blue Cross, at the Azteca stadium. The Caribbean as a whole has economic problems, like all that territory, due to the geopolitical crisis they face.
The first leg was not played in Haiti, because the Arcahaie stadium was not in good condition and a venue in the Dominican Republic was used to play the match against Cruz Azul.
The Haitian team is one of the teams that has surprised the most in the Concacaf Champions League, due to the fact that it was able to draw in the first leg against Cruz Azul, leaders of Liga MX and that has just added 12 consecutive victories. at the local tournament.
Blue Cross will seek to advance to the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions League, next Tuesday, against Arcahaie, a modest team that seeks to make history against the best club in the current Liga MX tournament.