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panoramix
11-15-05, 12:55 PM
Every year Haiti's league champions forfeit the Caribbean qualifiers for the CONCACAF Champion's Cup. Our best two soccer clubs are not able to find sponsors for the trip to Jamaica or Trinidad (usually held in Jamaica). Qualifying for the Champion's Cup would give the winning clubs the opportunity to show case Haitian talents in international competitions against stronger leagues in the region (USA MLS, Liga Mexicana?) . This is a yearly opportunity that could lead to lucrative contracts for both the players and the clubs. Haitian football fans rejoice when Haiti-based players find contracts overseas. The most recent strong move for the Haitian Transfer market was Jean-Jacques Pierre who is now in the starting line-up for FC Nantes in France's top division.

This donation drive is totally transparent all donations are made public. Haitiwebs will not beneficiate one penny from it. It will all go 100% to the Haitian soccer development. Haitiwebs will handle all travel arrangements, fares, food and lodging and send a representative to provide up to the minute coverage of the matches.

This is your chance to help our common dream come true which is FIFA World Cup 2010. The success of this drive will show the interest that Haitian Diaspora has toward Haitian Football. The level of play will increase with the added incentive that the Haitian Clubs have by knowing that they?ll have the funds to make the trip. This cup experience will benefit both the players and the coaching staff of the teams and will help increase the quality of Haitian Football.

Due to minimal Paypal fees the recommended minimum donation is $5.00.

Soccer can help change our image, we love the game and we have the talent, then with one voice let's support our beloved sport:

Grenadier a L' assault!

Haitiwebs wants to congratulate and thank Wyclef Jean for his involvement in the Haitian Soccer battle. The artist has proven that he's a true Grenadier by acquiring a United Soccer League team and naming the team: "Haitian Grenadiers". The team should start league activity in 2007.