Faitelson points to the three Concacaf teams he thinks will qualify for the World Cup

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The Concacaf playoffs heading to Qatar World Cup will be starting from next September 2 and in the last hours the controversial journalist David faitelson gave his point of view on what the octagonal will be.

In its segment “The ESPN Look”, the controversial sports analyst gave his forecasts on what he considers will be the three teams that will qualify directly for the next World Cup.

For Faitelson, the Costa Rica team It will be one of those that will regain its level and see it qualifying for the Qatar World Cup that will be held in December 2022.

” The work of Luis Fernando Suárez will put together a competitive team, mix the veterans, From those who can still get the most out of that team, with young players, it is time to renew the Costa Rican team and see how little by little the names of Bryan Ruiz, Borges, Campbell, will be transformed into players younger, more vigorous, that surely Costa Rican football must have for its future, ” he began by saying.

The ESPN journalist left out Honduras of the next World Cup: “My idea remains the same. The three candidates to win the ticket to Qatar 2022 are Mexico, the United States and Costa Rica, in that order” he analyzed.

And I add: ‘‘I keep seeing Costa Rica in the World Cup, there is just a rung below Mexicans and Americans, for me we will see it in the Qatar World Cup 2022, as long as Luis Fernando Suárez prepares a strong team that, for me, is going to do it like that, with a lot of capacity. ”

On the other hand, Faitelson pointed out that the Mexican team will not have an easy time in the playoffs.

The different areas of Central America will be very complicated for Mexico, it is difficult to go to San José and fight Costa Rica for points, but it will also be difficult for other Central Americans to visit the Azteca Stadium field with or without an audience, ” he commented.