Mauritian national team squad arrived yesterday in Kathmandu for two friendlies vs Nepal scheduled to be played on January 29 and February 1. The African team will be Nepal's first ever African opponents in it's footballing history.
The squad of the Mauritian team to face Nepal had an absentee in the name of Kevin Perticots who was tested positive for COVID-19 before the team left for Nepal.
The squad to face Nepal:
Kevin Jean-Louis (Pamplemousses SC), Loïc Michel (GRSE Wanderers SC)
Walter St Martin (Pamplemousses SC), Rodney Castel (GRSE Wanderers SC), Ryan Stéphan Gentil (Roche-Bois Bolton City), Jonathan Spéville (Roche-Bois Bolton City), Fernando Jackson (Cercle de Joachim), Damien Balisson (Cercle de Joachim), Marco Dorza (Cercle de Joachim), Kerlson Agathe (Pamplemousses SC).
Fabrice Brasse (Pamplemousses SC), Adrien François (GRSE Wanderers SC), Adrien Botlar (Pamplemousses SC), Pascal Colin (Curepipe Starlight), Mervyn Jocelyn (Chebel Citizens), Hans Patate (GRSE Wanderers SC), Stephan Nabab (Savanne SC), Owen Foolchand (GRSE Wanderers SC), Nilesh Rasdarising (AS Rivière-du-Rempart).
Linsley Brasse (Pamplemousses SC), Kengy Saramandif (Pamplemousses SC), Ashley Nazira (St Pauloise – La Réunion), Andy Sophie (GRSE Wanderers SC)
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