Hernan Bolillo Gomez expects “suffering” to occur in the upcoming matches of “H”, which includes El Salvador’s visit to San Pedro Sula at the end of this month.
Only less than two weeks left Choose cuscatleca . visit Honduras For the tenth day of CONCACAF octagonal, heading to Qatar World Cup 2022, The Cratchus panorama continues without a positive fee despite the change of coach.
“H” comes from adding another defeat at the hands of the coach Hernan Dario Gomez, This time in a friendly match against his Colombian counterpart (2-1), the reactions of the strategist of Colombian origin were not at all encouraging for his fans.
La Selecta continues to prepare for the upcoming matches of the Octagonal
The former coach of Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Panama has admitted he hasn’t lost before in his first three games with an absolute team, and warned of a worse streak for the “two-colour” in his upcoming dates.
“It has never happened to me before… and there are more (defeats) to go because we are in the process of forming and looking for a team that has the style and the idea we want. It is difficult at first.” Gomez explained after the match in statements collected by the newspaper “Diez”.
Honduras resumes its octagonal way with two home matches against Canada, On January 27 and earlier savior, On the 30th of this month, they are both at the Metropolitan Stadium in San Pedro Sula. Close with a visit to United State In Minneapolis, Minnesota, one of the northernmost places in that country, on February 2, in the middle of the North American winter.
Despite the bad omens, “Bolillo” Gómez is confident that the style he is seeking for the Catracha team can pay off in the short term.
“Defeats are not good, we are doing a job to give style and identity. We will suffer a lot and we will face more defeats, but the day we start winning when we have that style and identity, we will not lose either. At the moment we are suffering”repeat.
Meanwhile, El Salvador continues to prepare for its three matches in a row in FIFA history in January, to test the possibility of winning for the first time in its history on the soil of Honduras in the World Cup qualifiers.