Honduras vs. USA in January Soccer Match

Honduras will play its first World Cup friendly soccer match of 2010 against the United States on Jan. 23rd at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, USA.

“Obviously we know the quality of the Honduran team very well and we think the match is a great way to start the year as we commence preparations for the World Cup,” U.S. Coach Bob Bradley said in a statement. “With both teams working toward finalizing their rosters for South Africa, we expect it will be a very competitive game.”

Honduras, preparing for its first World Cup since 1982, opens against Chile on June 16th, plays Spain on June 21st, and Switzerland on June 25th.

4 Responses to "Honduras vs. USA in January Soccer Match"

  1. Axel Reyes Bogran  December 18, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Even though I praise the achievements of the national soccer team, I can not forget about that other little thing going on in Honduras.

    Yes, as any Honduran should be, it makes me proud and happy that our team is going to the Cup.

    It would just make me much happier if we were to show, as a country, more concern about taking care of our children’s health and education as well as their future need for employment so that they do not have to migrate out from the land that saw them be born.

    And we should, as Hondurans, take a very strong stand against these people that conform the so called “Resistance”, a group that is fighting a Coup that never hapenned and defending a criminal and traitor to the country.

    Now they are killing inocent bystanders, that makes them terrorists, and terrorists do not have the same rights that a law abiding citizen has.

  2. loui ayala  December 18, 2009 at 9:18 am

    I do agree with the comments above. It ‘s ridiculous that the political issues in Honduras was set aside ….but i hope Honduras would win the soccer game to give a left and right slap to the ” iron lady ” and ” O” BOMB” A”…for the things they ‘ve been doing to that country.
    The Congress voted against their party leader 111-14 and they still insist on that stupid ” SAN
    JUDAS ACCORD”….( i knew it’s san jose accord) . The authority of that ” San Judas ” accord did not even know the ” Constitution of the country he was mediating” what a shame , another idiot …..that wants a international political centerstage. Please give me a break!!!!
    Same as the iron lady and her boss,so quick to condemn Honduras….that there was a coup d’ etat…i think your rains are distorted and so arrogantly that without U.S.A help , Honduras will go down bad. Let me tell you clear and honest. poor people are resilient with sufferings ,they’re used to survive ….but not U.S.A.

  3. Al  December 17, 2009 at 8:12 pm

    There are many other news about the current political situation in Honduras other than “soccer”. Whoever is in charge of reporting news on this website must be on vacation or consuming something that makes them oblivious to the current crisis.

  4. Richard  December 15, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    Since all the news seems to be moving away from the political arena, it’s on to the next most important subject: Soccer.

    Which begs me to ask why a Hondurian News website calls it soccer?

    As an American (born and raised), and a “soccer” fan. I have put my loyalty in Honduras. “Soccer” is not big here. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, even Golf have a better fan base than “Soccer”.

    I support Honduras in many ways, none better now than their World Cup run.

    Go Honduras. You’ve made your country proud.

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