Canada Womens football team Star player Janine Beckie Believes that Canada team will be favorites to win the Fifa world cup 2019 at France. As per Beckie’s interviews to Fifa Currently Canadian womens team prepare hard for Fifa WWC 2019 and going in to right direction to became the champions first time of the competition.
“We do believe we’ll be the most prepared team at the World Cup and if you saw what our staff do day in, day out, you would have that belief too. We’re excited about France and we want to come home as Number one. Our ambition is to win the world cup and we’re going there with the intention of being Number-1. We have the ability, the structure, the players, the staff – everything you need,” Beckie said in the interview.
Canada who is currently included in the Group E of 2019 Women’s Fifa world cup Events so in the group stage team to face New Zealand, Netherlands and Cameroon and from them Netherlands is the toughest opposition while Match of New Zealand and Cameroon are challenging one.
“Netherlands are our toughest opponent. They won the Euro and have so many great players – from Lieke Martens to Shanice van de Sanden. Cameroon are a bit of a wildcard and it will be an interesting game for us. And New Zealand is a team that sits right in the middle and has good players. They’ll definitely pose us issues,” 24-year old Canadian forward quoted.
“It’s a completely different experience football-wise and I wanted to be in an environment that would challenge me every day ahead of the World Cup. The game in the States is much more transitional and athletic and not based as much on possession (compared to Europe),” she said.
“Diana has had some injuries the last couple of years which has kept her in and out of camps but she’s a rock on our team and no-one works harder. When there’s someone that has over 200 caps and you haven’t played at a World Cup, you lean on those people.”
Janine who Want that Canada Ladies team bag the trophy of 2019 world cup and give a great farewell the skipper Christine who is currently 35 year old.
“And with Christine, there are no words to describe the value she brings – our captain and going to no doubt break the world scoring record. She wants to finish her career at No1 and she’s not seen Canada as a real threat to achieve that until now. We want to give her that as a thank you for everything she has done for her country,” Beckie said.
As per Fixtures Women’s Football world cup 2019 is begin from the 7th June with the match of France vs South Korea at Paris venue.