• Monday May 12, 2014

    Dominican Republic departs for Indonesia friendly

    The Dominican Republic (pictured) is preparing for this year's Caribbean Cup with an international friendly against host Indonesia on May 15, 2014. (Photo: David Hinds)

    SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic -- The Dominican Republic traveled on Sunday to Indonesia for an international friendly against the host nation on May 15 at the Manahan Stadium in Surakarta City.

    Head coach Domingo Clemente Hernandez chose a 17-man roster comprised of nine domestic- and eight foreign-based players.

    The selection includes 23-year-old forward Erick Ozuna, who led the Dominican Republic in scoring during 2014 World Cup Qualifying, netting five goals in six games.

    The match against Indonesia is part of the team’s preparations for first-round play in the 2014 Caribbean Cup, which will begin in early September.  The Dominicans are in Group 5 with Antigua & Barbuda, St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Anguilla.

    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROSTER
    (International friendly: May 15, 2014 – away v Indonesia)

    GOALKEEPERS:  Wellington Agramonte (San Cristobal), Israel Santos (Pantoja)

    DEFENDERS:  Edward Acevedo (Sloga Doboj/Bosnia & Herzegovina), Heinz Barmettler (Valladolid/Spain), Cesar Garcia (Jarabacoa), Cesar Ledesma (Munsingen/Switzerland), Hansley Martínez (San Cristobal), Eduardo Nuñez (Vilassar de Dalt/Spain)

    MIDFIELDERS:  Rafael Flores (Pantoja), Samuel Lustenberger (Cham/Switzerland), Pedro Antonio Nuñez (Bauger), Kerbi Rodriguez (San Cristobal) 

    FORWARDS:  Rony Beard (Hellin/Spain), Yanio Concepcion (Globe Tech/USA), Jonathan Faña Farias (San Antonio Scorpions/USA), Erick Ozuna (Romana), Domingo Peralta (Moca)

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