“Polillo” Gomez is no longer the coach of the Honduran national team
Colombian Hernan “Polillo” Gomes He is no longer the technical director Honduras national team.
OPSA Team On Monday he confirmed with one of the technical staff that “Polilo” and all his technical staff have reached an agreement to terminate a comprehensive contract. The selection commission and the federation gave him the distrust until the 2026 World Cup process last October.
However, with bad results the Federation and the Commission decided to step back after a semester and terminate the contract with an experienced coach.
Minutes later, Fenafut, in a statement, officially announced the departure of Hernan Gomez, noting that the two sides had reached an agreement to terminate the deal.
“We would like to express our gratitude to Professor Gomez and his coaching staff for always displaying high professionalism, dedication, dedication, discipline and commitment to the service of the national team during his tenure with H,” Fenafut said.
The former World Cup DT was recently able to host in 2018 with Panama in Russia In the qualifying round for Qatar 2022, Honduras played seven games, lost seven, overcame a draw and lost their only friendly to Colombia, Ford Lauderdale.
The La Piqueler, led by Polilo and Coyote, recorded the worst final draw of its history, finishing with just 4 points in 14 games, conceding just seven goals and conceding 26.
Although Polilo’s intention is to continue in this position and try to resolve the issues at Bicolor in the future, the top leaders of national football are considering choosing one of the national candidates after the change in decision. There is Solomon Nasser, Will be leaving Victoria at the end of the season.
Leaving San Lorenzo, it is also under analysis that Diego Vasquez will not have a team and will not even have Pedro Troclio.
“Polilo” arrived in Honduras in October 2021 to replace Uruguay Fabian Coyotes, Could not lead his process to a successful conclusion.
Honduras’ next responsibilities are in the League of Nations in June, where it split into Group C with Canada and Curaக்கோao.
Their debut in the tournament will be against South American team Curaோao on June 3, three days later, on the 6th, after which H will receive them home to finish the series.
Always in June, but on the 14th, Bicolor will receive the Canadian team, one of the three teams currently qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Close this group by visiting Maple Leaf, but not until March 28, 2023. Concacaf has not yet rotated the schedule of these matches.
The former World Cup coach, who recently played with Russia in Panama in 2018, was able to direct eight matches for Honduras in the qualifying round for Qatar 2022 and failed in seven, rarely getting a draw, and, in his only friendly match with Colombia, he lost at Fort Lauderdale. .