23 September 2009

Breaking News: US to return to Saprissa?

You heard it hear first. Yep, when this gets announced, you can tell all your friends and colleagues and even that pretty girl down the cube farm, that you get all your prime news from MLS Rumors². If it turns out to be false, well, blame our sources...

With Goff's report about US Soccer monitoring the situation in Honduras for the October 10 qualifier, we decided to talk with our sources. Some in the super dangerous Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Washington "Danger Town" DC report that Costa Rica's Saprissa stadium would be a good alternate location. They cited the fact that the US has never won in the Monster's Cave and that Honduras would really like to win this match. Not only that but some think that Costa Rica "owes" Honduras for hosting their deposed President after the military coup this spring.

The question is would the US object to the relocation in favor of a more successful environment like Barbados...

2 comments:

EdTheRed said...

I believe there is precedent - back in 2001, Honduras played a home qualifier vs. the U.S. at RFK Stadium, riding the energy of the blue-and-white clad crowd to victory.

al said...

did honduras ever legally become independent? thats debatable as no document has ever been produced verifying their legal status. this is very suspicious, and their presidency, i mean their independence, should be questioned and researched to find if in fact they're not still a state of mexico.