Haiti coach Patrice Neveu has selected a 23-man squad for the 2016 Copa America, which will be held in United States of America.
A few eyebrows may have been raised when Neveu selected his squad for the upcoming tournament as some players surprisingly made the final roster.
Uncapped Luis Valendi Odelus is the only representative from the domestic championship and he could he could make his Haiti debut in a friendly against Colombia on 30 May.
Duckens Nazon, who impressed at the CONCACAF Gold Cup, made the Haiti Copa America squad, with fellow attackers Kervens Belfort, Jean-Eudes Maurice, Wilde-Donald Guerrier and Jeff Louis being included in the squad as well.
Patrice Neveu’s team kick off their 2016 Copa America campaign with a game against Peru on 5 June.
Haiti Copa America squad:
Goalkeepers: Steward Ceus (Minnesota United), Luis Valendi Odelus (Aigle Noir), Johnny Placide (Reims);
Defenders: Jean Sony Alcenat (Voluntari), Judelin Aveska (Atletico Uruguay), Alex Junior Christian (Vila Real), Romain Genevois (Nice), Reginal Goreux (Standard Liege), Kim Jaggy (Aarau), Mechack Jerome (Jacksonville Armada), Stephane Lambese (Paris Saint-Germain B);
Midfielders: Jean Alexandre (Fort Lauderdale Strikers), Max Hilaire (Cholet), Kevin Lafrance (Chrobry Glogow), James Marcelin (Carolina RailHawks), Pascal Millien (Jacksonville Armada), Soni Mustivar (Sporting KC), Sony Norde (Mohun Bagan);
Forwards: Kervens Belfort (1461 Trabzon), Wilde-Donald Guerrier (Wisla Krakow), Jeff Louis (Caen), Jean-Eudes Maurica (Sai Gon), Duckens Nazon (Laval).