August 17, 2022

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Kicks, punches and insults in the referees’ dressing room

Nasty images from the San Pedro Sula Stadium tunnel: Kicks, punches and insults in the referees’ locker room by Canadian soccer players.

there Canadian National Team He never had a simple moment. After more than 30 years of qualifying for the World Cup, North American selectors went on strike days ago over proposed salary conditions in a new collective agreement deemed unacceptable. But that’s not all. There is a certain tension in the environment and the opposite raceHonduras confirmed it.

A group of John Herdman 2-1 defeat against Honduras in San Pedro Sula CONCACAF Nations League A After the final whistle, footage emerged showing Canadian players slamming and kicking the referees’ locker room door as they were dissatisfied with the direction of the match.

The Canadian players were furious with the referees and Jonathan David for scoring the goal Canucks, He had to intervene to convince his comrades. Unfortunately, however, Canada’s anger was not only directed at the umpires, but after the on-field congratulations, there were some heated arguments with opponents for this behavior in the tunnel.

At 18, Gnonto gave lessons in humility: “After such failure the goal is no use to me.”

Kevin José López and Gervin Arriaga scored a goal in the half to decide the game, rendering David’s goal in the final pointless. Canada also finished the tournament with 10 men after Alistair Johnson was sent off in injury time. A bad evening for Canadians in every sense of the word.

Herdmann’s team qualified for the World Cup in Qatar in November, their first appearance in 36 years, but anti-Confederation outcry has cast a shadow over the road to this prestigious milestone.

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Canada was forced to cancel a friendly against Panama last week after players went on strike to protest bonus payments for World Cup qualifiers. Not a very good time Canadian Soccer Association.