Herivaux gets another international call-up

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Zachary Herivaux will once again wear the colors of his country.

For the second time this season, the Homegrown Revolution midfielder will represent Haiti in international competition next Monday, Sept. 10.

“Excited to represent the country again,” Herivaux wrote on Twitter Sunday morning.

Les Grenadiers will start CONCACAF Nations League qualifying on that day, as Haiti hosts Sint Maarten — not to be confused with Saint Martin — in Port-au-Prince. There are a total of four match days in Nations League, with the ultimate goal of qualifying for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

The Top Ten nations in this competition will qualify for the continental championship.

The Nations League, when the qualifying is complete, will see the remaining teams in CONCACAF that did not make the Hexagonal play regular fixtures during international breaks, therefore increasing competition in the North American and Caribbean confederation.

Herivaux found himself called up for Haiti’s May 29 friendly with Argentina, a pre-World Cup tune-up for the Albicelestes. The Brookline native started and played 67 minutes for Les Grenadiers, who lost to Argentina, 4-0.

It was his second cap.

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