In the player proclamation, the match on June 9 against Curacao in CONCACAF Nations League play could be in danger. It is planned to be played at BC Place in Vancouver.
"We trust Canada Soccer will find definitive ways to work with our group so we can be back on the field for our match on June 9," the assertion read towards the end.
Canada Soccer CEO Nick Bontis expressed that he has been "quickly accessible" to players for exchanges both after arriving in Vancouver as well as after the question and answer session hung on Sunday, June 5.
Bontis expressed that the Curacao match in CONCACAF Nations League play would be a "CONCACAF issue" on the off chance that an arrangement couldn't be reached and the players didn't play.
CONCACAF is the territorial confederation involving countries of North America, Central America and the Caribbean of which Canadian Victor Montagliani is president.
There is likewise a Nations League excursion to Honduras booked to be played on June 13.