In this interview, RedNation and Patrice discuss his current campaign with Danish side Lyngby, his current fitness following a pair of injuries that kept him off the pitch for a significant amount of time, Canada’s recent World Cup qualifying matches, the key factors related to being successful in the CONCACAF region and the qualities that Quebec native Olivier Occean brings to the Canadian National Team.
Born in Brossard, Quebec, Patrice Bernier is a 32 year old midfielder who is currently playing for Lyngby in the Danish Superliga. A former member of the Montreal Impact, Bernier is one of the strongest two way players in the Canadian National Team player pool. At the International level, he has represented Canada at the U-17, U20, U23 and senior levels. He has been capped been capped 45 times by the Men’s Canadian National Team and has represented Canada in nine FIFA World Cup qualification matches.