180 seconds in an emotional video were dedicated to the great captain of the Honduras national team, Maynor figueroa, who at 38 years of age, goes to the trunk of his achievements in his football career to find comfort and remember who he is, and everything he has done.
Maynor is considered one of the two best centrals in the history of Honduran soccer according to the IFFHS, and it is not for more, because a formidable six-year journey in the best league in the world, the English Premier League, plus another six seasons in the MLS, along with the 2010 and 2014 World Cups with the Bicolor, place him at the top of our football.
His wife, Sandra Norales, published a three-minute video on Instagram where the best moments of Figueroa in his career abroad, while touring his home full of awards and memories, such as his World Cup participation medals, awards for the best player of the year 2012 in the Wigan and MVP of the game in the Premier where he also played for Hull City.
In the same way, it shows its tremendous collection of exchanged shirts, which includes some jerseys of Luis Suárez, world champion Cesc Fábregras, John Terry and Patrice Evra, in the company of images of Maynor raising the national flag.
Although he is going through the grayest moment in his career after being eliminated from Qatar World Cup showing a low level, Figueroa, the ‘iron man’ who has defended the ‘H’ since January 21, 2003, remains firm and will seek to close his life in football with righteousness after having completed his cycle with the National Team.
“Maynor doesn’t think about retirement yet. It is whole “, commented his wife Rose bushes to TEN, confirming the continuity of the veteran catracho, respected by every player in the national arena for his leadership and quality in the field of war where in each game he left his soul.
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Maynor Figueroa’s wife dedicates an emotional video to the captain, but clarifies that ‘he does not think about retirement, he is whole’ – Diez – Diario Deportivo