Among the big surprises stands out the call of such players Andy Nazar, Danilo Acosta, Allans Vargas, Kervin Ariaga, Brian Moya and Edwin Solano.
What else, Attacker Anthony Sogo returns to Lozano Who had the best start to the season with a caddy shirt in the Spanish first division. The Spanish team’s strategist used this player as a left-hander.
“Love” Rommel Kyoto He finally joined the team as injury was suspected.
For his part, coach Fabian Coito left the footballers absent on this occasion Denil Maldonado and Kevin Alvarez, the latter, returned to Honduran football to strengthen Real Spain.
Unfortunately, Albert Ellis was not called forward either. Fig Girondins de Bordeaux is in France to complete his signing on Ligue 1.
“La Panterida” is injured, so it is one of the main vulnerabilities in the Honduran team.
The Katracha team will visit their teammate from Canada on September 2nd He said there will be a clash at the BMO Field in Toronto, the club’s home of the same name, which will participate in the MLS.
The clash between the Canadians and the Cadracho team will begin at 6:05 pm Honduras time.
For the second day of the final round, H will continue to play on the road, this time you will face El Salvador on September 5th At Cascatlon Ground. The match will start at 5.00 pm.
On the third day the Honduran team will have its first home game Will attack the United States on September 8th The team that comes with the most determination after winning the Gold Cup and the Concacaf Nations League.
The match between Bicolor and the American team will take place at the San Pedro Sula Olympic Stadium and will begin at 8:05 pm Honduran time.
Call to Honduras:
Pupa Lopez (Real Spain)
Etrick Menzver (Olympia)
Marlon Ligona (Motagua)
Johnny Leveron (Olympia)
Jose Garcia (Olympia)
Marcelo Pereira (Motagua)
Allans Vargas (Marathon)
Manor Fikurova (Houston Dynamo, USA)
Andy Nazar (DC United, EUA)
Felix Chrisando (Olympia)
Diego Rodriguez (Motagua)
Danilo Acosta (LA Galaxy, USA)
Debbie Flores (Panetoligos, Gracia)
Carlos Pineta (Olympia)
Brian Acosta (FC Dallas, USA)
Phoenix Garcia (Houston Dynamo, USA)
Kerwin Ariaga (Marathon)
Jonathan Rubio (Coimbatore Education, Portugal)
Alex Lopez (Alajulence, Costa Rica)
Edwin Rodriguez (Olympia)
Brian Moya (August 1, Angola)
Soko Lozano (Cadiz, Spain)
Rommel Kyoto (CF Montreal)
Eddie Hernandez (Olympic)
Edwin Solano (Marathon, Honduras)
Rico Rivas (Regina, Italy)