Confirmed: Diego Vazquez is the new interim coach of the Honduran national team
San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Diego Vazquez He is chosen. The Argentine will take over as interim coach for the Honduran national team, which already has time against its participation in the CONCACAF Nations League.
Inconvenience to him in choosing a replacement for Hernán Darío ‘Bolillo’ Gómez, Fenafuth and the Selection Commission made the decision to place La Barbie ‘Vázquez at the head of Bicolor, as Diario La Prensa exclusively learned.
‘La Barbie’ Vázquez, 50, accepted the interim position to lead the national team in the first three matches of The League of Nations To be played in June. You will only have three weeks to prepare.
The Honduran Football Federation has finally decided to choose Diego Vazquez after a “no” to Salomon Nezar, who rejected the idea of taking the reins of the national team because it was “not the right time, nor the wise time to do a good job,” according to the national coach’s response to Fnavoth.
Other options considered by the selection committee were Argentine Pedro Truglio, but he did not want to have an internship, and Hector Vargas, who also could not due to his commitments on the bench at Real Spain.
Diego Vazquez led Motagua in 349 matches, recording 179 wins, 96 draws and 74 losses. 51.6 percent of wins in the National League.
La Barbie has won five National League titles and is the second most successful coach in the First Division, only preceded by Carlos Padilla with six. Vázquez also won the Honduran Super Cup, but this cup does not have the endorsement of FIFA.
The margin is short for Diego Vazquez, because in three weeks he will make his first appearance at the helm of the Honduran national team.
The first match will be on June 3 when they visit “H” to Curaçao at Ergilio Hato in Willemstad, and three days later they will receive the same competitor at the Metropolitan Olympic in San Pedro Sula.
It will be the third match for “La Barbie” Vázquez at home as well, bringing the honors to Canada.
Honduras will play four matches in Group C of the League of Nations, with the top two places going to the 2023 Gold Cup.