Four players from various MLS clubs have been called in by Honduras for a pair of September friendlies.
Houston Dynamo defender Maynor Figueroa, FC Dallas midfielder Bryan Acosta, Vancouver Whitecaps winger Michaell Chirinos and Houston forward Alberth Elis have all been named to Fabian Coito’s team. They’re set to play Puerto Rico on Sept. 5 and Chile on Sept. 10, with the Central American side hosting both matches.
✅ Convocatoria oficial 🇭🇳 selección nacional de Honduras.— Selección Nacional de Honduras (@FenafuthOrg) August 28, 2019
Juegos amistosos vs 🇵🇷 @FutbolPR y 🇨🇱 @LaRoja, mes de septiembre 2019, brindada por el profesor 👤 @FabianCoito .
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Honduras finished bottom of Group C at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup. Los Catrachos last made the World Cup in 2014 and finished with draws against Ecuador and Paraguay earlier this year. They failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup after losing in an intercontinental playoff series to Australia.
Figueroa is Honduras’ all-time caps leader (156), while Elis has seven goals for the country. Acosta, a Designated Player at FCD, is a longtime mainstay for Los Catrachos, while Chirinos, on loan at Vancouver from Olimpia, is increasing his role.