2013 CFU Women’s U-20 Technical Study Group Report

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CONTENTS

I-Introduction. 
II. Players and winning teams. 
III. Statistics. 
a-Result matches (group stage, semifinal and final). 
b-Tables of the teams in the different groups. 
c-most valuable players per game. 
d-scorers list. 
e-statistics teams in the tournament. 
Realtime-f per game and average event. 
g-alignment changes made by teams in different matches. 
h-Players most valuable team and Ranking event of GET. 
i GET-ranking team of porters and concierge outstanding event. 
late j-table statistics (Cards, Goals, alignment changes, leading Team). 
k-period of time where the goals were scored. 
l-? How the goals? were noted 
m-Who scored the goals? 
-n Where goals are scored?

IV. General Comments of the most significant aspects of the event. 
V. Analysis Team. 
VI. Conclusions. 
VII. Recommendations.

The Technical Study Group (TSG) was composed of: 
1. Herez Luis Hernandez (Cuba), member of the Executive CONCACAF chief TSG. 
2. Joselyn Seed Specialist. Martinique (Technical Committee CFU). 
3. Carl Brown. Specialist Jamaica, Jamaica (Technical Committee Concacaf). 
4. Luis Manuel Hernandez Valdivia (Cuba), TSG CoordinadorConcacaf.

The TSG performed the following functions: 
- technical / tactical and Analysis report every game. 
- Interview of the team coaches by questionnaire. 
- Match statistics collection. 
- Fair Play Team selection for each match and the tournament. 
- Selected MVP of each game and leading teams. 
- Selection of Entry highlight of the tournament. 
- Selecting the All-Star team. 
- Preparation of preliminary and final report of the tournament. 
- Analysis of the performance of all participating players the event. 
- Final analysis of all participating teams technical, tactical and physical.

I. Introduction.

The final tournament U-20 Women's Caribbean (CFU) was developed in the sister Republic of Jamaica from 16 to 27 October 2013. 
's capital Kingston was the venue. Complying with the organization and logistical support necessary to achieve a good show. 
attended 8 national qualifiers for the different groups of Caribbean qualifying. 
These sets were Anguilla, Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, St. Kitts and Nevis, Granada, Dominican Republic and Jamaica. 
can say that was a tournament with wide attacking role in the amount of matches with definition on the scoreboard (16 games and only 1 draw), (83) goals scored for an average of about 5.1 goal per game . 
The front took the lead in row with annotations (41) goals scored. 
Positivo was the low number of red cards (1 in the whole event) and Yellow (22). 
Very good discipline shown by all sets . 
We can say generally that fair play was a event. 
a group of players who stood out for their great talent and technical skills were observed. 
however recognize that teams with large gaps in the technical, tactical and physical order presented. And weaknesses in team management and strategic approaches. 
Caribbean area has a big challenge ahead in achieving a comprehensive development of women's football and massive practice of this modality in all our countries. 
's a development that can not be left to the spontaneity and improvisation. 
has to be planned and evaluated permanently.

II. Players and winning teams.

Most Valuable Player: Khadija Shaw (# 11, Jamaica)

Top scorer (9 goals)-Keyla Gray # 18 Jamaica. 
Yoanna Calderon # 10Cuba 
Best Goalkeeper: - Yelandy C. Vásquez (Dominican Republic).

Fair Play Award: Team (Jamaica).

- All-star team:

- Portera: Yelandy C. Vasquez (# 12, Dominican Republic.) 
- Central defender: Jonelle Warrick (# 17, Trinidad & Tobago.) 
- Central defender: Mackenzie Marsh (# 17, Jamaica.) 
- Left Side: Daniella Findley (# 8, Jamaica). 
- Right-back: Imani Richards (# 20, Haiti.) 
- Central Midfielder: Khadija Shaw (# 11, Jamaica) 
- Central Midfielder: Marlo Sweatman (# 9, Jamaica.) 
- Left Midfielder: Patrice Campbell (# 9, Trinidad & Tobago.) 
- Right hand drive: Shenelle Henry (# 13, Trinidad & Tobago.) 
- Front: Kayla Gray (# 9, Jamaica.) 
- Front: Yoanna Calderon (# 10, Cuba).

III. Statistics.

a-RESULTS GROUP STAGE

18Octubre Cuba 7-2 Granada 
Trinidad & T 3-0 Anguilla

19Octubre Suriname 0-3 R. Dominican 
Jamaica. 11-0 St. Kitts & N. Anguilla October 20 0-6 Cuba Granada 1 -9 Trinidad & T.

21Octubre R. Dominican 5-1 St. Kitts & N. 
Suriname 0-5 Jamaica

October 22 Anguilla 1-1 Granada 
Trinidad & T. 3-1 Cuba

October 23 St. Kitts & N. Surinam 5-3 
Jamaica2-1 R. Dominican

Semifinals

October 25 Trinidad & T. 2-1 R. Dominican

Jamaica 5-1 Cuba

End

October 27 Trinidad & T. 0-1 Jamaica 
2nd Place 1st Place 
R. Dominican 2-1 Cuba 
3rd Place

b. STANDINGS IN THE GROUP STAGE.

C. MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS PER GAME.

D. SCORERS LIST.

Goals. 
9 Yoanna Calderon. (# 10 Cuba). 
9 Kayla Gray. (# 18 Jamaica). 
7 Yaquesi A. S. Nunez (# 10 Dominican Republic). 
5 Oshay Lawes. (# 6 Jamaica) 
4 Khadija Shaw. (# 11 Jamaica). 
4 Patrice Campbell. (# 9 Trinidad & Tobago). 
4 Khadidra Debesette. (# 11 Trinidad & Tobago). 
3 Nicole Harris. (# 16 Jamaica). 
3 Jonelle Warrick. (# 17 Trinidad & Tobago). 
3 Phoenetia Browne. (# 14 ST. Kitts & Nevis). 
2 Winibian J. Peralta. (# 17 Dominican Republic). 
2 Ollancy Rapture. (# 9 Cuba). 
2 Hood Cherise. (# 9 Granada) 
2 Kericha Powel. (# 9 ST. Kitts & Nevis). 
2 Landveld Andaya. (# 9 Surinam). 
2 Anique Walker. (# 19 Trinidad & Tobago). 
1 Henry Shenelle. (# 13 Trinidad & Tobago) 
1 Kadicha Debesette. (# 6 Trinidad & Tobago) 
1 Naomie Guerra. (# 18 Trinidad & Tobago) 
1 Shanisa Camejo. (# 12 Trinidad & Tobago) 
1 Jessica Johnson. (# 21 Jamaica). 
1 Marlo Sweatman. (# 9 Jamaica). 
1 Keona Simmonds. (# 12 Jamaica). 
1 Lissy M. G. Sánchez (# 3 R. Dominicana). 
1 Grabiela Pena Romero. (# 7 R. Dominicana). 
1 Yarileidy Mena. (# 5 Cuba). 
1 Taide Bacallao. (# 13 Cuba). 
1 Roxana Guy. (# 7 Cuba). 
1 Naisha Alicea. (# 19 Puerto Rico). 
1 Ariba Collins. (# 14 Granada). 
1 Hood Cherise. (# 10 Granada). 
1 Lawrence Brittne. (# 13 ST. Kitts & Nevis). 
1 Landveld Andaya. (# 9 Surinam).

e-Statistics of both teams in the tournament.

f-real-time per game and average event. Actual playing time in the tournament (48.07) behaved below the average levels of other world events and Caribbean. Demonstrating the lack of continuity in the development of the game.Many technical pocafluidez interruptions in the tactical actions. g. Number of changes in party alignments.

Teams from Jamaica and Trinidad Tobago made changes after being qualified for the final. 
Cuba and Granada were the most unstable in their lineup. We should note that a large amount of the same player changes observed in different positions within the same game.

h-Players most valuable team and Ranking event of GET. remarks most outstanding player of the event:

The GET group was defined by the player SHAW KHADIJA Middle Jamaica containment, team captain and organizer excellent game. 
Besides fulfilling defensive functions correctly. Participate in all tournament games.

. GET i-ranking goalkeepers foremost event for teams yportera NOTE: This classification is based on a combination of objective criteria: 1) - minutes, 2) - goals against, 3) - goals scored, 4 ) - disciplinary measures (yellow / or red cards), 5) - selection as Man of the Match, 6) -. outstanding per game and judgment of specialists Technical Study Group (TSG) Yelandy Contreras Dominican goalkeeper. Very good saves, exits and punts. Good technical level.

j. Final statistics table (Cards, Goals, alignment changes, leading Team).

k. Period of time where the goals were scored. Most goals were scored in the period from 30 to 45 minutes of the first half (22) and 60 minutes to 75 (20) 2nd. time where the weak teams were losing mental focus on defensive duties. highlight as in the first 15 minutes of play is also Scored (12) shows the poor warming goals and prior acondiconamiento to start the match. l. How are goals scored? Played By combinations were noted (26) goals and also in individual plays (24) where these two forms of arrival at opposite goal fundamental in the annotations.

m-Who scored the goals?

n-Where goals are scored?

In the goal box goalies (5.50) the most goals (41) scored really high because they figure represents 49.40% of total.Lo demonstrating the lack of concentration and attention arqueras.Deficiencias defenses and techniques in the marking and freedom to the contrary in the actions inside the box. 
was not in the tournament shootout goals.

IV. GENERAL COMMENTS OF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT ASPECTS.

Level of the teams that participated in the tournament.

Table summary of the assessment of the Group (TSG).

. Tests 
As can be seen the performance of the teams was very different: 
We establish them in 2 levels competitive performance and quality. 
A level. Jamaica, Trinidad Tobago, Dominican Republic and Cuba 
Level B: St. Kitts and Nevis, Granada Anguilla and Suriname. 
Caribbean This final event sub 20 female really present marked differences in determinants between football teams. Further analysis of the level that has the football in the Caribbean that is the lowest in Concacaf. 
Group (A) higher competitive level composed of 4 teams Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominican Republic and Cuba. 
Group (B) the difference quality with the first group was marked in all basic aspects of football. This group was composed of (ST. Kitts & Nevis, Suriname, Anguilla and Granada). 
's good to know that in this category of the 31 countries of the Caribbean only 13 were enrolled to participate in world championship qualifying sub-20years. very low figure when you consider the number of CFU members (31). 
teams level (A) showed a generally better preparation in the technical, tactical and physical aspects as well as in the coordination of movements in controls and handling of the ball. 
Jamaica very even fuel performance and technical skills among all athletes as Trinidad and Tobago. 
republicadominicana present a collective with fitness tactically ordered what allowed stable performance throughout the tournament with a very prominent player his Captain # 10 Front scorer. Achieving good stability in their lineups throughout the tournament. 
Cuba depended on the skills and strength of very dangerous and dominating player # 10 attacker but lacked a good colectivosostenido performance which ultimately determine their tournament results. 
assemblages group (B) can state showed low levels of preparation in the technical, tactical order and a final tournament físicopara Caribbean U20 category. 
TECHNICAL LEVEL. 
teams group (A) showed a good technical level in the basic principles of football but not stably. For when the matches had a high pressure in the brand in confined spaces there were many inaccuracies in the handling and ball control. For example the final game between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago was a sample of previously raised by the large number of lost passes and long runs direct attacks from both teams. 
teams level (B) can assert that the technical level of these was low in four teams in football determinants such as facilities, pipelines, turns, quality short and medium distance passes, beatings a goal short and medium distances. 
few players showed uncoordinated technical movements demonstrating that began very late in the football practice and deficiencies.

TACTICAL. 
formations tactics used by most teams were basically the (1-4-4-2) and (1-4-5-1). Centre Variants according to the characteristics of the opposing teams essentially level (A). 
The Most teams in the group (A) used 3 and 4 players on offense thanks to the support of the lateral leaflets and defenses that area. 
Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and the Dominican Republic to the extent that advanced the tournament were gaining tactical fluidity and collective operation. Cuba decreased performance in the final two games. 
's group (B) showed a tendency to total disorganization in the 2nd Tactical times where physical level did not meet the demands of the game. 
Agglomeration of players in the area behind the defense unproductive and disorganized way. Individual attempts to counter without organization and forcefulness. 
overall Lack of technical and tactical football principles. 
Errors in team management for lack of proper guidance and technical instructions. 
rotations of players within the same game for different positions destabilizing the approach initial tactical. (Cuba, Anguilla, Suriname, Granada and Stt. Kitts and Nevis). 
tackle the players change without prior physical preparation (warm) on multiple computers. 
ATTACK. 
was a tournament of offensive football there were only 2 draws in 16 games made. 
matches in all were touchdowns. The final tally was 82 goals for an average of 5 goals per game. 
Teams that made a big difference in goals scored Jamaica (24), Trinidad and Tobago (17) and Cuba (16). 
Regardless of the level difference game with other anti these casts showed scoring ability and the top scorers individually. 
marked deficiencies in the beatings of goal average and short distance technical shortcomings were observed. 
Few goals scored from dead ball and in corners. Low level combinations to attack with serious technical difficulties in schools and auction despite these shortcomings was the way that most goals are scored. 
Individualities some players attack were decisive in the outcome of teams Jamaica, Cuba and Dominican Republic. 
DEFENSE. 
The basic system used in defense, 4 players at the bottom with two or midfielder forming a compact block in most middle level teams (A) They had a defensive organization stable throughout the tournament with good coverage, anticipation and support of the midline to close the midfield. 
teams in level (B) the defensive line mostly disorganized as the match wore on and grouped players only disorganized in backward area to meet the defense and defensive duties very bad in coverage, anticipations and 1 vs 1. 
goals Most of these teams are in the goal scored by defensive disorganization and decentralization in those roles.Lack of physical also determined in that disruption around the pitch. 
PHYSICAL. 
, this was the weakest in the tournament only (3) teams were evaluated as good (Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and the Dominican Republic) 1 Regular (aspect Cuba) and (4) impaired (Anguilla, Stt. Kitts Nevis, Granada and Suriname). 
Which shows how little basic preparation for selection to participate in the final tournament in the Caribbean.Difficulties in their countries to train, have the conditions and sufficient time for proper pre-competitive preparation. 
HEATING. 
crucial before any physical appearance and in the case of the determinant football activity. Serious difficulties some teams had to run a professional and pedagogical way heating. 
use of the material and organization of this activity was low in the equipment level (B) which reason some of these selections to get a good amount of goals against in the first minutes of play. 
Increasing in intensity pace, pauses Retrieval and completion with a special direct work with tactical exercises were poor game. 
MANAGEMENT TEAMS. 
The defining line in football was highly variable in the tournament teams with good direction (Jamaica, Trinidad Tobago and the Dominican Republic) Regular (Cuba) poor (Anguilla, Suriname, Stt. Kitts and Nevis and Granada) 
Most teams level (B) presented limitations to this fundamental issue. Lacking organize, plan and anticipate every situation and maintain a stable organization in the tournament. 
warmups Poor organization and preparation of players change. 
's theme the right direction teams tactics indications within the game and outside this is a weak area in the Caribbean. 
Lowest level of football in the Caribbean has a direct relation to the very low technical and tactical levels of many coaches. 
Commentaries on the actual game time: 
The average actual playing time Tournament was low (48.07) compared to other events in this category worldwide and CONCACAF. 
Partial in periods of 15 minutes reflect that there was increased activity in the period from 75 minutes to 90 (8.45 min effective match) and the first time with a total of (24.55) on (23.53) for the second time. 
however we must affirm that another major football as the rhythm and continuity of actions fluent appearance was poor. In many cases, the low technical and tactical levels of several of the participating teams. 
's Goals: 
We can observe in the table shows that like the other tournaments CFU and Concacaf goals are scored in greater amounts in the end times of each period. In the final 15 minutes of the 1st. Anotaron22 time goals in the 2nd half and 60 minutes at 90 became 32. 
Proving in some cases lack of fitness equipment in the late game where players lose concentration on tactical discipline and make many mistakes. 
was scored all 83 goals were the event proving to be an offensive tournament. 
players with ability and eye for goal was observed.

Commentary on the table lineup changes: 
Teams that scored the best places in the tournament conducted properly and organized substitutions. Featured stability in their starting line. 
was noted that equipment and lower performance results used many changes in the initial basic training to use the same players in different positions within the game development affecting the functioning and contributing to tactical instability. Improvisation was a widely used aspect. 
remarks responses to the technical questionnaire. 
From (8) teams responded (7). Only one Trinidad and Tobago did not return the questionnaire. 
• Countries that responded to the questionnaire raised with events not absolutely this category but play with older.Tournament open age. 
• Most competitive Calendars are short and have a stable league. 
• Average Number of games played by these players officially in their country of 8-14 usually encounters. 
• Priority should be given to technical preparation in most of the answers, but this is limited because many players start late the learning process. 
leagues should girls have to start at an early age. 
• Time spent preparing teams for the tournament was countries with varying stability Jamaica and Cuba in many other cases could not group your players and trained for meetings on weekends. 
• Many of the technical specialists were no women's football. 
• Very little financial and material support to the development of women's football in most countries.

V. Analysis Team.

EEL

The women's national team U-20 Anguilla appeared in the tournament with a team on technical, tactical, physical and competitive level. 
Participated in the qualifying group (A) with teams of Trinidad and Tobago before which were defeated by ( 3goles 1) against Cuba by (6-0) and making his only point against Granada event with a draw (1-1). 
Closing his performance with 10 goals against and one in favor. 
It was very positive the Anguilla participation in the event a country with few interests in international events. 
should work deep into the development of the practice of female soccer in school ages.

Technical Analysis:

• Low individual technical and collectively. 
• Technical limitations in the basic fundamentals of football (passes, lines, turns, beatings, etc..). 
• Significant deficiencies in the coordination of movements to control and dominate the balloon.

Physical analysis:

• Low physical level presented in different games which did not allow them to maintain a compact game. 
• They were not able to maintain a pace of continuous play. 
• Lacking speed, special endurance, strength and power.

Tactical analysis:

Initial Basic System -. 1-5-3-2.

• Which are not maintained as disorganized rapidly under the pressure of the opponents. 
• Not kept a tactic structure defined in the entire match. 
• Attempt to use game counterattacks with long runs, punts and disorganized and most direct attacks lost by bad passes. 
• They had possession of the ball and drawing up plays.

Analysis of the defense:

• Disruption with an initial defensive line defenders of 5 4 mark and sweep. Finally they do is group players in defensive line. 
• Weak in the air (head) and 1vs1. 
• They presented a solid and well-defined defensive system.

Analysis of attack:

• They used a single front in the attack which remained isolated throughout the game. 
• Shallow and arrivals into the opponent's area. 
• The low technical level not allowed possession of the ball, preparing to attack moves and combinations. 
• Long Outputs, direct attacks punts and lost all attempts were bad passes.

Deficiencies.

• Low level of physical fitness to perform in a final tournament in the Caribbean. 
• Disorganization tactical operation in defense and attack. 
• Under collective and individual technical level not allow elaboration and fluency game. 
• 
Outstanding players.

# 10 Coleen JOHNS. Midfielder scored the only goal of the team in 3 games.

Table summarizing the performance of Anguilla in the event.

Key 
TJ Total Time Played for Player 
Total Goals Scored GA 
TJA Total yellow cards 
red cards TJR Total 
M Total best player per game 
Total NA lineup changes from 
D Total matches highlighted by 
RQ Ranking among all players Team 
GP Total goals allowed by porters

GRANADA.

The team of Granada Complete the group (A) where development 3 matches reaching two defeats against Trinidad and Tobago (9-1) and Cuba (7-2) and tie (1 a1) against the weak team of Anguilla. 
17 goals in against and 4 in favor. Mostro technical, tactical and physical throughout the event. 
Wishes fight for victory and compete with dignity but with low level to a final Caribbean. 
should develop a significant development work in school ages in women's soccer.

Technical Analysis:

• presenting an under individual and collective technical level low. 
• Technical deficiencies in the basic principles of football (passes, lines, turns, beatings at goal, etc.., etc..). 
• Slight possession of the ball and developing plays. 
• Naive technically and tactically in game development.

Physical analysis:

• Low physical level shown which is reflected in the inability to maintain a steady pace and compact game between lines throughout the game. 
• Some players showed an isolated and individual physical strength.

Tactical analysis:

The initial basic system is: 1-5-3-2.

• This set for his tactical and technical ingenuity is completely disorganized from the beginning of the game and its action becomes more individual efforts of some athletes sporadically. 
• They use so spontaneously long runs, punts and attempts to direct attacks but the great Most end up in turnovers for the poor quality of the passes. 
• It was noted that due to their low physical level can not also maintain a tactical organization.

Analysis of the defense:

• The advocacy organization consists of five defenders, three of which evolve by center. Two individually marked, and the third plays in coverage. 
• disorganized defense as it develops the game. What made mostly losing players to group the balloon is at the bottom of the deep defensive line. 
• However this agglomeration of defensive players was one of the teams most goleados with 17 goals against. 
• Not having an organized structure and clarity of objectives and defensive principles were limited in coverage and anticipations.

Analysis of attack:

• They used a single front cross in the attack. It was always very isolated and alone without support on offense. 
• We can say that his offensive operation was disorganized and lacking combinations which merely organized the chances of the ball possession and production of plays. 
• For technical shortcomings, tactics Physical and could not maintain a compact structure between its lines. 
• However weak teams were able to score 4 goals which were based on plays and individual efforts.

Needs:

• Presented low level of general and special physical preparation which did not allow them to develop a compact set. Also the rhythm and continuity of the various actions was low. 
• Disruption tactics both defensive and offensive performance. 
• The individual and collective technical level low. Naive in the development of the actions of the team.

Outstanding players. 
• # 10 Ariba Colins. Steering offensive. Good technical level.

Table summarizing the performance of Granada at the event.

Key 
TJ Total Time Played for Player 
Total Goals Scored GA 
TJA Total yellow cards 
red cards TJR Total 
M Total best player per game 
Total NA lineup changes from 
D Total matches highlighted by 
RQ Ranking among all players Team 
GP Total goals allowed by porters

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO.

The National Women's Under 20 Trinidad and Tobago was presented at the tournament with a well prepared team since the first game was observed organization and quality of play. 
however could be seen in the final match against Jamaica team level pressed in the brand and led technical deficiencies and inaccuracies in the passes. 
they showed a good level of preparaciónfísica, technical and tactical. They formed the qualifying group (A) in this group won all three meetings with the following results 
. Against Granada (3-1), Anguilla (9-1) and Cuba (3-1) 
in the semifinals defeated in a close meeting in the Dominican Republic by (2-1). 
Their only loss came in the final match against Jamaica (1-0) in a match hotly contested. 
's final performance of Trinidad Tobago was 4 victories and one defeat with 17 goals for and 4 against. 
should work deep into the technical and tactical aspects with reduced pressure in contrast to the final stage of CONCACAF spaces.

Technical Analysis:

• Good command and control oriented individual and collective ball. 
• Good quality in the short, medium and long distance lines in all countries. Under pressure from the attacking in tight spaces have technical limitations. (Jamaica). 
• Quality shots on goal in movimiento.Uso and effectiveness of midrange shots. 
• Good individual skill of the players (9, 13, 17,18). 
• demonstrated effective air game (head) . 
• Good use of individual dribbling on the wing.

Physical Analysis:

• The players are very athletic: Strong, tall and fast especially defenders. 
• Good general and special physical ability to maintain a compact game between their lines. 
• very combative and aggressive in 1vs 1 players. 
• Maintain a good tempo , intensity and continuity throughout the game. In the last two games tended to decrease their fitness after 70 minutes. 
Tactical Analysis:

• Basic 1-4-4-2 system. Well organized and maintained in every game. 
• Compact game between lines in operation in both attack and defense. 
• Good mobility and rotation of the players within the system. 
• Good possession of the ball with outputs from playing back and processing plays in midfield. Except in the final match where this action was deficient by falling into inaccuracies and bad passes by hand pressure. 
• They use the amplitude in the attack on the right mainly due to the speed of the lateral leaflets. 
• Sometimes under pressure from long runs and instead use direct attacks which become bad passes.

Defensive Analysis:

• They use a 4 defenders and scoring two ruffles containment zone. Well organized. 
• Developed good coverage and anticipations with pressure on the contrary. 
• Strong in discussing air balloons (head) and 1 vs 1. 
• game compact midfield where the spaces shrink and anti pressure . 
• Very good performance from their goalkeeper with precise and team management saves.

Offensive Analysis:

• Presented in a defined manner with two front cross support on arrival and very fast and forward players attacking side ruffles. 
• Good working of plays in midfield with mobility and job rotations. Good possession of the ball. 
• They used the attack on the wing and centers on the opponent's box.

Needs:

• At the last meeting before the pressure of Jamaica or the pressure of the responsibility for the final match. They used direct long runs, punts and direct attacks throughout the game which became ill and lost the ball passes. 
• Lack of possession of the ball and technical capacity to the pressure level of opposites. (Jamaica). 
• In the 2nd. Times after 70 minutes decreased physical ability. 
• They must improve their performance for the final phase of CONCACAF before a game with pressure on the mark. For good results.

Outstanding players.

# 9 Patrice CAMPBELL. Steering attack. Anoto (4) goals. 
# 17 Jonelle Warrick. Defense. I bring attack scored (3) goals. 
# 6 Khadisha Debesette. Organizing safe and Defense. 
# 18 Naomie WAR. Volante. Organizing. Art. 
# 13 Shenelle HENRY. Volante. Very good technical level.

Table summarizing the performance of Trinidad & Tobago in the event.

Key 
TJ Total Time Played for Player 
Total Goals Scored GA 
TJA Total yellow cards 
red cards TJR Total 
M Total best player per game 
Total NA lineup changes from 
D Total matches highlighted by 
RQ Ranking among all players Team 
GP Total goals allowed by porters

CUBA.

The women's team of Cuba Complete sub 20 group (A). In which development (3) encounters (2) wins against Granada (7-1) and Anguilla (6-0) a loss to Trinidad and Tobago (1-3). 
At the Semi-final stage faced the strongest team Jamaica Local losing (5-1). 
During discussion 3rd. Place to Dominican Republic fell again by (1-2) which reason eventually stay in the 4th.Position the tournament. 
Their bottom line was (2) wins and (3) defeats (16) and goals scored (12) against. 
Their performance in the tournament was unstable starting with a good level of performance and to the extent they moved the event was decreasing it. 
were also unstable in the alignments of their players in the field. With systematic changes depositions in the development of the same party. 
Defensively presented organizational constraints and lack of concentration.

Technical Analysis:

• Presented a good individual and collective technical level generally. With an excellent player # 10 (Yoanna Calderon). 
• Regardless of the team scoring 16 goals presented technical deficiencies in shots on goal short and medium distances. 
• Technical deficiencies in the countries of middle and long distance. 
• When the team was pressed in tight spaces most of the players had technical limitations.

Physical Analysis:

• Physical performance was unstable in different matches with the downward trend in the final two games. 
• They presented some quick and strong players.

Tactical Analysis:

• Basic 1-4-4-2 system maintained throughout the tournament. With the intention of bringing together players in the midfield and use counter-attacks through the dangerous levels and skills of its front the # 10. 
• compact defensive play in the midfield and his tactic is based on the level of player # 10 front. In the final matches in the 2nd. Times decreased physical level affecting comply with a compact game between lines. 
• The midfield leaned side defense into attack and defense. 
• It should be noted as negative the many changes in positions of players in the same game . Contributing to the tactical disorganization of the whole. 
• His greatest scorer and player (# 10) extremely dangerous in the attack was used on many occasions acting as central midfielder. 
Thus their offensive capabilities are entirely confined to be off the post contrary.

Defensive Analysis:

• Line 4 fenders with two leaflets and labeling in containment area. 
With defensive weakness for latérales by condiciónfísica. 
• In the 5 games they made Scored goals in 4 of them. Al finalRecibieron 12. 
• By losing balloon attack the team retreated to midfield in order to group spaces and reduce the contrary in the final matches this system was disorganization and depletion team could not hold a compact game. 
• Limitations on 1vs 1 and head game. 
• It was the third team with 12 goals conceded more goals against. They could keep the final matches good defensive organization by low physical level shown.

Analysis Attacks:

• The Cuban team presented an athlete # 10 Yoanna Calderon with a high level individual technical ability and unusual. Cornerstone of their attack scored 9 goals and was leading the event. 
• Juice two attackers in the center and support two lateralescon flyers arrivals instead. 
• outputs was attempted from the bottom with balloon dominated but this was unstable before the pressure level of opposites faced. 
• It was the third team to score more goals and also had many technical errors in shots on goal. 
• Great physical deployment of the No.10 player in the attack which physically wore to meet functions also in midfield. 
• Arrival on the wings was attempted and then centers the opponent's box.

Weaknesses: 
• Low level of physical performance in the final and final partidossemi. They could not keep pace and continue playing the qualifiers. 
• Many players change positions within the party. Tactics disrupted the functioning and stability of performance. 
• Lack of focus on the defensive line in the area and 1vs 1. 
• Slight possession of the ball to the flag with hand pressure.

Featured Players:

# 10. Yoanna Gonzalez Calderon. Steering and front. Leader degoleo. 
# 8. Eliane Romero Acosta. Volante. Good Technical Level. 
# 5. Yarileidy. Mena Noro. Defense and Volante. Good Technical Level.

Table summarizing the performance of Cuba in the event. legend TJ Total Time Played for Player Total Goals Scored GA TJA Total yellow cards red cards TJR Total M Total best player per game Total NA lineup changes from D Total matches highlighted by RQ Ranking among all team players GP Total goals allowed by porters

Jamaica.

Champion team event. Showed in the tournament a very stable level of performance in all physical, technical and tactical orders. 
Could have the support of their fans at all matches in local status. 
Integro the qualifying group (B) with Surinam, St . Kitts and Nevis and the Dominican Republic. Defeating this three squads convincingly and qualify for the Semi-final stage where they beat easily by Cuba (5-1). 
's final match against Trinidad and Tobago which won Jamaica (1-0) was an alert to the independent team to reach the gold medal in this event presented technical and operational limitations. That for the final phase of CONCACAF must overcome. 
should conduct a thorough technical-tactical work of possession of the ball and running with pressure contrast combinations in tight spaces. 
Which with his innate physical ability and speed will produce better results in the final phase of CONCACAF.

Technical Analysis:

• Good individual and collective technical level generally. 
• Management and fundamentally efficient ball control and defensive midfield. 
• In the final match against Trinidad and Tobago lost many passes by presióndel party and focus exclusively on achieving direct attacks and long runs. Using very little possession and production of plays in midfield. 
• Technical limitations to create combinations to counter attack ground. 
• Good technical head in front of the air.

Physical Analysis: 
• Good physical condition for this event. Tall, fast and strong in discussions of air balloons and 1vs 1 players. 
• They maintained their physical performance through a compact game between the different lines. 
• The pressure on the opposing teams brand was physically possible to their ability .

Tactical Analysis:

• One of the four basic computer using the 1-4-4-2 formation unchanged throughout the tournament, but with only six players stable through all the matches of the first round. 
This allowed other players to assess and to stabilize a lineup in the final two games. 
• Well organized, both in attack and defense are concentrated attack on the two wings, but was equally effective when attacked by the center with combination play. 
• Very compact in defense , recover possession of the ball through the collective effort rather than individual effort. 
• They used the speed of their players in attacks and counterattacks long runs cross the opponent's box.

Defensive Analysis:

• Line 4 defensive players in the background with the support of a central means of containment # 10 And all these tall, fast and strong players in the brand. 
• Good anticipations and toppings. Very safe in the air (head) and 1vs1. 
• lobbied opposing teams in midfield with intensive presence about them losing the balloon. 
• Kept a compact game their opponents among the different lines.

Analysis Attacks:

• The basic 4-4-2 formation that allow players to use the tips have good mobility creating a permanent pressure on the area of opposites. 
• Good plays combinations thanks to the skills of the two players on the flank them allowed to vary their wing attacks, and in the middle. 
• Thanks to the speed of its front game ball used in counterattacks. 
• The containment medium # 11 player in good technical and tactical ability determined the organization and development of plays with changes in midfield play, deep attacks with passes to the backs of opposites. 
• Was the team achieving a greater number of scoring with 24 goals.

Needs:

• Loss of balls to pressure the opposing team in tight spaces. 
• Improve the development of attack moves and combinations in the opposite field.

• Outstanding players.

# 11 Khadija Shaw. Steering containment. Organizing. Business. 
# 9 Marlo Sweatman. Volante. Captain of the team. 
# 17 Mackenzie Marsh. Volante. Hardworking. 
# 18 Kayla Gray. Front scored 9 goals. Timely and skillful. 
# 16 Nicole Harris. Volante. Developed and scoring. 
No. 1 Grant Taylor. Portera. Very good saves. Agil and Segura.

Summary table of Jamaica's performance at the event.

Key 
TJ Total Time Played for Player 
Total Goals Scored GA 
TJA Total yellow cards 
red cards TJR Total 
M Total best player per game 
Total NA lineup changes from 
D Total matches highlighted by 
RQ Ranking among all players Team 
GP Total goals allowed by porters

St. Kitts & Nevis

The selection of St. Kitts and Nevis participated in the qualifying group (B) with falling Jamaica (0-11) Dominican Republic (1-5) and defeated the team of Suriname (5-3). 
With a final balance 19 goals in favor and 6 against. 
demonstrated a shame when you play sports will and desire to win. 
still need to work hard in school formacióntécnica in ages.

Technical Analysis.

• I submit a squad with technical limitations in the individual and collective order. 
• Technical difficulties in the basics of football (passing, dribbling, pipes, beatings). 
• They did not have possession of the ball and plays with developing fluency and combinations.

Physical Analysis:

• Low level of physical performance which does not allow them to maintain a compact game between lines. They kept a steady tempo and continuity. 
• Players short and strong physique

Tactical Analysis:

BásicoInicial system. 1-4-5-1. 
• Initial System for the 15 minutes of play did not keep it because of the tactics shown disorganization and the lack of system functions for their players. 
• It is based on individual play and the ability of player # 13. 
• They failed to take possession of the ball and developing plays and combinations rebound. 
• We can summarize that did not have a tactical domain functions in defense and attack.

Defensive Analysis:

• System 4 defenders with two ruffles containment in initial training. Well after disorganized and do not maintain this tactic. 
• Weak in 1vs1 and discussions balls head. 
• Disorganized in coverage and anticipations. 
• Grouped defensive line players but no definite organization.

Analysis Attacks:

• Mainly based on centralizing the attack player # 13 but with little support and normally they were outnumbered losing possession of balonrápidamente. 
• Very disorganized, achieving effective passes to the front on the offensive performance was almost impossible. 
• Inability to kick the ball in a clever through ball to long distance prevents them from being effective in attack. 
• Lack of communication and shallow attack prevented them from being effective against the two best teams in the group.

Needs:

• Low individual and collective technical level (in all areas). 
• Very unorganized operation in both defense and attack. 
• Very little support and coverage in attack and defense. 
• Low physical condition.

Featured Players:

• # 13 Brittney Lawrence. Business front. 
• # 11 Phoenetia Browne. Steering organizer.

Table summarizing the performance of St. Kitts & Nevis in the event. legend TJ Total Time Played for Player Total Goals Scored GA TJA Total yellow cards red cards TJR Total M Total best player per game NA Total changes respect lineup highlighted by D Total matches RQ Ranking among all team players GP Total goals allowed by porters

Surinam. 
Choosing Suriname sub 20 female occupant was the last tournament to not reach any point. In his three presentations you fell defeated in qualifying group (B) against Jamaica (0-5) Dominican Republic (0-3) and St. Kitts and Nevis weak (3-5). 
received 13 goals and scored three. It really was a team with little technical and tactical to face a final Caribbean resources. 
should recognize the effort and sports shame these young beginners in the practice of competitive soccer.

Technical Analysis:

• Under collective and individual technical level so sehace difficult for the team to control the ball and keep possession for long. 
• Low technical level limited the quality and effectiveness of the passes. 
• What led to very few opportunities goal and combinations, even against weak teams in the group. 
• The processing capacity plays in midfield was poor.

Physical Analysis:

• evaluate your fitness level as regular were able to fight in every game but in the end thereof descendíasu performance. 
• demonstrated a high competitive spirit but that is not enough if you do not master the basics of football.

Tactical Analysis:

• Basic system with a 1-4-4-1-1 with defensive formation of seven or eight players grouped in the deep zone defense. 
• Set counter based punts, long runs most of the # 9 and # 11 the which became ill and lost the balloon passes. 
• Very little support when attacking and poor technique makes them lose possession easily. 
• A defense that was never properly organized relied inthe player # 4. 
• Poor offensive operation and defense team. 
• We will summarize a lot but very little football.

Defensive Analysis:

• initial defensive line 4 fenders with two means of containment. It was disorganized from the beginning of the game and then crowded 7 and 8 players on the defensive line. 
• Weak in the air by their short stature. 
• Limited coverage and anticipations in spite of having so many players on defense. 
• No gaming compact between the lines. Spaces left for the opponents.

Analysis Attacks:

• They used two front tip over which based their game which resulted ineffective counterattacks. 
• Many pass through hasty loss without rebound relationship combinations and outputs. 
• Poor offensive operation from low technical level to have possession of the ball and you develop an organized plays.

Needs:

• Low individual technical and collectively. 
• Low level of offensive and defensive performance. 
• Disorganization tactical system since the beginning of the meeting. 
• Very low competitive level for a late CFU.

Outstanding players. 
# 9 Andaya Landveld. Front. Business and technical. 
# 11 Pamela Ansoe. Front. Good technical level.

Table summarizing the performance of Surinam in the event.

Key 
TJ Total Time Played for Player 
Total Goals Scored GA 
TJA Total yellow cards 
red cards TJR Total 
M Total best player per game 
Total NA lineup changes from 
D Total matches highlighted by 
RQ Ranking among all players Team 
GP Total goals allowed by porters

Dominican Repulic.

The Dominican Republic team reach third place at the event having a stable level of performance throughout the competition and falling into private meetings with Jamaica and Trinidad Tobago. 
Participated in the qualifying group (B) with St. Kitts and Nevis to which defeated (5-1) and Suriname (3-0) are falling in a close encounter with Jamaica (1-2). 
In the semifinal stage faced the strong team of Trinidad and Tobago and lost. By (1-2). 
Finally, in the discussion of the third beat Cuba (2-1). Leaving an impression by their performance. 
Summarizing won 3 games, lost 2 scored 12 goals and allowed 6. 
demonstrated good stability and tactical organization in their lineups.

Technical Analysis:

• Good technique collectively and individually and are able to build their attacks from the back, even under pressure. 
• Good ball control and work well even in limited space under pressure. 
• Effective in defending high balls and contarcon two working ends, although they were not physically strong.

Physical Analysis:

• Good physical condition that allows them to play at a high intensity from start to finish. 
• This fitness allowed them to stay compact and keep the pressure on rivals. 
• Front very fast and skillful.

Tactical Analysis:

Basic system 1-4-4-2. Maintained in matches and the tournament.

• Good organization in defense and attack. 
• They used offensively laamplitud terrain with two skillful and fast flyers. 
• He was one of the most stable teams in the alignments and use of his players. 
• Set long counter and looking for exits fast forward. 
• Counted with fast, timely and skillful player # 10 (Yaqueisi Núñez).

Defensive Analysis:

• Very well organized and compact, you anticipate well in one on one situations and constantly put pressure on opponents in all areas of the field to regain possession of the ball. 
• They use the basic 1-4-4-2 formation, as three other semifinalists and rarely change training and only do it when one of the front down to midfield to support the defense.

Analysis Attacks:

• Set outputs with fast counterattacks organized and direct attacks on two ferrules. 
• They used also the depth and breadth instead. With fast and skillful flyers. 
• They had possession of the ball in midfield and played in developing the area.

Needs:

• Passing bad on fast counter attack combinations ground. 
• Technical deficiencies in shots on goal and shots from distance. 
• Limited competitive level of the reserve players for the changes.

Outstanding players: 
# 7Gabriela Pena Romero. Volante. Organizing. Good technique. 
# 9 Anajaira Maciel Burga. Front. Quick and art. 
# 10 Yaquelsy Nuñez. Front. Goleadora (7). Very slick and dangerous in the aerea. 
# 3 Lissy Marla Sanchez. Defense. Segura and art. 
# 16 Winibian Judith Peralta. Volante. Business and hardworking.

Table summarizing the performance of the Dominican Republic in the event. legend TJ Total Time Played for Player Total Goals Scored GA TJA Total yellow cards red cards TJR Total M Total best player per game Total NA lineup changes from A Total matches highlighted by RQ Ranking among all team players GP Total goals allowed by porters

VI.Conclusions. 
 The tournament took place in an organized manner and with adequate logistical support to deployed through the CFU, Jamaica Football Federation and CONCACAF work. 
 Good job they made the tournament arbitrators generally. 
 Two levels of quality and performance level (A) Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominican Republic and Cuba. were observed 
level (B) teams with technical, tactical and physical. (Anguilla, Granada, St. Kitts Nevis and Suriname). 
 It was seen attending competitive teams without proper preparation prior to the event. Giving the impression that some visiting to meet their participation not looking for high performance. 
 were observed individually players with good talent and performance. 
 In the qualifying event for the world, only 13 countries were enrolled in all CFU . 
 The teams qualified for the final round of CONCACAF (2) Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago must execute a careful preparation for the final in the technical, tactical and competitive bidding. 
 players were observótambién great difficulties in the technical coordination of their movements Equity in demonstrating that football began practicing at advanced ages. 
VII.Recomendaciones. 
 The CFU femeninode football is in the area of the lower Concacaf demonstrated by their results in the final stages of level and by region . the levels shown by the teams in tournaments Caribbean 
for which we recommend: 
- a diagnosis must be made in each of our countries. 
- Require each member federation organizing female soccer leagues. 
- See the organization and structure of internal development of women's football. 
- Define CFU level technical staff to organize and plan a plan 
. Within four years the logical projection of labor women's soccer 
 The development of women's football in CFU can not be left to spontaneity must be oriented and planned to achieve growth. 
Our players have the athleticism and speed to make significant progress in football. 
 Start teaching work with girls at an early age in primary schools. Getting girls tournaments in all countries. 
 The CFU must achieve the means and methods to assess the development of the preparation of the finalists before the events of the area. 
 Achieving greater incorporation of paísesparticipantes in CFU qualifying events. 
 Conduct training courses in the area of female coaches, trainers and coaches goalkeepers.

Luis Hernández Herez. 
Member of the Executive Committee of CONCACAF. 
Chief Technical Study Group TSG CONCACAF.