The wait is over … Fabian Coito, coach of the Honduras National Team, announced on Monday the list of the H summoned for the three games that will be played next September for the qualifying rounds for the World Cup. Qatar 2022.
Among the great surprises stands out the call of players such as Andy Najar, Danilo Acosta, Allans Vargas, Kervin Arriaga, Bryan Moya and Edwin Solano.
What’s more, the attacker Antony Choco Lozano returns who has had a great start to the season with the Cádiz shirt in the Spanish first division.The player has been used by the Spanish team’s strategist as a left winger.
“The romantic” Romell quioto He has finally entered the squad as an injury had him in doubt.
For his part, among the absences on this occasion, the coach Fabián Coito has left footballers like Denil Maldonado and Kevin Álvarez, the latter returned to Honduran soccer to reinforce Real Spain.
Unfortunately, forward Alberth Elis has not been called up either, who is in France to finalize his signing for FC Girondins de Bordeaux in Ligue 1.
“La Panterita” is injured and therefore is one of the sensitive casualties in the Honduran team.
The catracha squad will begin the tie on September 2 visiting their counterpart from Canada and said confrontation will be at BMO Field in Toronto, home of the club of the same name that participates in MLS.
The clash between Canadians and the Catracho team will begin at 6:05 pm, Honduras time.
For the second day of the final round, the H will continue to play on the road and this time you will face off on September 5 against El Salvador at the Cuscatlán stadium. This game will start at 5.00pm.
The Honduran team on the third day will have its first home game and will collide on September 8 against the United States, team that arrives with high morale after becoming champion of the Gold Cup and the Concacaf Nations League.
The game between the Bicolor and the American team will be held at the San Pedro Sula Olympic Stadium and will begin at 8:05 pm, Honduran time.
The call for Honduras:
Buba López (Real Spain)
Edrick Menjívar (Olympia)
Marlon Licona (Motagua)
Johnny Leverón (Olympia)
José García (Olympia)
Marcelo Pereira (Motagua)
Allans Vargas (Marathon)
Maynor Figueroa (Houston Dynamo, USA)
Andy Nájar (DC United, USA)
Felix Crisanto (Olympia)
Diego Rodríguez (Motagua)
Danilo Acosta (LA Galaxy, USA)
Deybi Flores (Panetolikos, Greece)
Carlos Pineda (Olympia)
Bryan Acosta (FC Dallas, USA)
Boniek García (Houston Dynamo, USA)
Kervin Arriaga (Marathon)
Jonathan Rubio (l Academician of Coimbra, Portugal)
Alex López (Alajuelense, Costa Rica)
Edwin Rodríguez (Olympia)
Bryan Moya (August 1, Angola)
Choco Lozano (Cádiz, Spain)
Romell Quioto (CF Montréal)
Eddie Hernandez (Olympia)
Edwin Solano (Marathon, Honduras)
Rigo Rivas (Reggina, Italy)