For most players, having to prove themselves and readjust to the plans and philosophy of an incoming coach can sometimes be a new challenge as the player has to now prove himself again as team selection looms.
But for Mexican-based midfielder Jomal Williams has embraced the last couple weeks under recently installed National Senior Men’s Team head coach Tom Saintfiet.
Williams, formerly of W Connection and now based in Mexico with Murcielagos, said he has enjoyed the training with Saintfiet and his staff.
“For me it’s been a really good period so far under the new coach. He has his philosophy and his way of managing the team and the training sessions have been very organised and intense at times which is something really good for us,” Williams said this week following the first day of training at the start of the residential camp ahead of the friendlies versus Nicaragua.
“We are very focused at this time with the four matches coming up .These are important ones for us because we are getting ready for the Gold Cup qualifiers and the two World Cup qualifiers in March against Panama and Mexico,” Williams added.