Hexagonal Game With Honduras Bigger Than One In Mexico.
The serious business of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil begins next month. Over the coming year the U.S. will play 10 games in the final round of regional qualifying. The Hexagonal!
Six CONCACAF teams are still in the hunt for three guaranteed spots. The most important game will be played on Feb. 6 in Honduras.
The most important because it is the first of 10. The U.S. schedule has Jurgen Klinsmann’s team on the road for three of the first four. The other two road games of that opening quartet are in Mexico City and in Jamaica. Historically, difficult venues for U.S. victories.
With that in mind, it is absolutely critical for the U.S. to begin the Hexagonal with a victory.
While the U.S. is playing Honduras, on the same day the other two “big fish” in the f…
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