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Andy Najar – The Prince of Los Catrachos

October 12, 2011 by

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Any sporting triumph for a small country over a larger neighbour brings with it great joy, and a sense of enormous pride amongst the population of the successful nation.Uruguay’s Copa America victory was a magnificent achievement in its own right – the fact the competition had been hosted by Argentina made it extra special. Likewise, […]

The Hardy Tale of Honduran Football

August 5, 2011 by

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By William Heaney The Liga Nacional de Honduras cannot match Argentina’s Primera Division when it comes to the technical ability of its players.  Nor does it possess the flair of Spain’s La Liga or the financial resources of England’s Premier League.  However, it can lay claim to being every bit as competitive as its more […]

The CONCACAF Gold Cup 2011 Preview

May 29, 2011 by

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The CONCACAF Gold Cup begins this coming Sunday, June 5th, with the United States as the host nation. This twenty day tournament should produce  high drama as the teams battle it out for CONCACAF superiority and a Confederations Cup place in 2013. North America, Caribbean and Central America  countries comprise the CONCACAF region.  The competition […]

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