Honduras News

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Sui 0-0 Hon: Rueda happy with team's attitude

June, 25 2010

Colombian coach Reinaldo Rueda said he was happy with his Honduras side after they drew 0-0 with Switzerland to secure their only point of the tournament.

Sui 0-0 Hon: Hitzfeld says pressure got to Swiss

June, 25 2010

Switzerland coach Ottmar Hitzfeld claimed the reason they were knocked out of the World Cup was because the pressure got to the players.

Rueda urges Honduras to restore pride

June, 23 2010

Honduras coach Reinaldo Rueda expects his team to restore some pride in an unlikely attempt to reach the World Cup second round on Friday.

Honduras' Guevara doesn't fear Spain

June, 20 2010

Honduras captain Amado Guevara has urged his team-mates to play for a famous victory against a Spain side which he claims is "not invincible''.

Honduras 0-1 Chile: Bielsa not satisfied

June, 16 2010

Chile coach Marcelo Bielsa claimed his team must play better despite opening their World Cup campaign in impressive fashion with a 1-0 win over Honduras.

Third Palacios call-up makes history

Soccernet staff | June, 15 2010

Honduras have set a World Cup record after calling up Jerry Palacios to join his brothers Wilson and Johnny the day before they begin their World Cup campaign.

Chile wait on Suazo fitness news

Soccernet staff | June, 15 2010

Chile will rely on the results of a late fitness test to decide whether star striker Humberto Suazo can start in the country's World Cup opener against Honduras on Wednesday.

Honduras won't risk Palacios and Suazo

June, 12 2010

Honduras insist they will not take any chances in trying to rush the recoveries of star midfielder Wilson Palacios and striker David Suazo ahead of Wednesday's World Cup opener against Chile.

Thomas: Honduras squad upbeat despite defeat

June, 9 2010

Hendry Thomas claims the mood in the Honduras squad is cheerful as they build up to the start of the World Cup.

Honduran government authorise finals holiday

Soccernet staff | June, 9 2010

The Honduran government has approved a work schedule that allows 200,000 public employees time off the job to watch their country play in the World Cup. The government has urged private enterprises to do the same.

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