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 By Tom Marshall

Battle of philosophies: Osorio's Mexico against Pinto's Honduras

Juan Carlos Osorio's attacking style contrasts with that of Honduras.

PHOENIX -- There is no love lost between Colombians Juan Carlos Osorio and Jorge Luis Pinto.

Mexico coach Osorio and Honduras' Pinto have never come together and clashed in the same way as Pinto has with Panama's Colombian coach Hernan "Bolillo" Gomez, for example, but when they speak about each other it is clear they don't see eye to eye on footballing matters.

Osorio's attacking philosophy contrasts with Pinto's counterattacking style, although it is Pinto who has done more on the world stage,...

 By Arch Bell

Usual suspects Mexico, U.S. and Costa Rica big favorites in Gold Cup

Antonio Valle reports on the addition of Erick "Cubo" Torres to Mexico's squad for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

The 2017 Gold Cup is just days away from kicking off, so the time has arrived to make fearless predictions about what will go down in Groups A, B and C.

Group A

1. Costa Rica -- Despite the absence of Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas, Costa Rica still boast a very strong squad. Among the names are Sporting Lisbon attacking duo Bryan Ruiz and Joel Campbell, plus MLSers Rodney Wallace (New York City FC) and Johan Venegas (Minnesota United). They are sturdy in defense as well, with European-based...

 By Jason Davis

Houston's core of Honduran stars hoping to springboard into Gold Cup

Alberth Elis has six goals and three assists so far this season, helping the Dynamo soar.

Erick "Cubo" Torres leads the Houston Dynamo in scoring midway through the 2017 Major League Soccer season. The Mexican striker's revival after two moribund seasons in Texas is garnering headlines for Torres and praise for the man in overseeing his resurgence, Dynamo head coach Wilmer Cabrera.

But anyone that has watched the Dynamo play in 2017 will tell you that Torres' return to the top tier of MLS goal scorers owes a lot to a pair of new faces wearing orange: Honduran attackers Alberth Elis...

Pulisic can provide U.S. X-Factor in World Cup qualifying Hexagonal

Jurgen Klinsmann has hailed Christian Pulisic's impact with the United States.

World Cup qualifying began in CONCACAF 17 months ago when the U.S. Virgin Islands defeated Barbados 1-0. Four rounds and 81 games later, 29 teams have been eliminated, leaving six countries to contest the final round.

The format of the Hexagonal is forgiving to say the least. (Find the full Hex schedule here.) The top three finishers qualify automatically for Russia 2018 while the fourth-place team will take on the fifth-place side from the Asia Football Confederation in a playoff to help fill...

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What price for victory? Honduras forced to rebook flights home

Honduras
Honduras advanced to the Olympic semifinals with shocking victories over Portugal and Argentina.

Can you put a price on victory?

CONCACAF side Honduras can.

The lone remaining men's team from the region were so sure they would lose in the group stage at the Rio Olympics that they had gone ahead and booked travel for the more than 30 players and staff back home for Friday -- at the end of the first round. 

It has turned out to be a $7,500 mistake. But what a happy one it was.

Los Catrachos upset strong sides Portugal and Argentina in the group stage and got past Korea Republic in the quarterfinals....

 By Tom Marshall

Honduras' new generation showing CONCACAF giants the way at Rio 2016

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Hondura will face host nation Brazil in the semifinals of the men's football Olympic tournament in Rio.

Reigning Olympic champion Mexico is still licking its wounds after a group stage exit at Rio 2016 and the United States never even got to pack its bags for the men's football tournament. Instead, it is Honduras that keeps the CONCACAF flag flying high, while the confederation's traditional giants wonder where it all went wrong.

Such negative thoughts are a long way away for a Honduran team that will look to make history on Wednesday with a shock victory over hosts Brazil in the semifinal at...