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ASN Morning Read: The Hexagonal Begins

The United States national team begins the final stage of the march to Brazil and there is plenty of writing from down in San Pedro Sula and beyond. Plus, Ibra on Beckham and looking good.
BY Noah Davis Posted
February 06, 2013
7:33 AM
  • Wait, is there an important game today?

  • Omar Gonzalez has a fan in David Beckham. "Omar, he's not just a special player but he's a special person as well," the former Galaxy midfielder told Zac Lee Rigg. "He works hard. He listens. He's a young player with a lot of talent that I hope at some point is going to play for the U.S. national team more regularly, because he deserves it." Will Gonzalez get the start today against Honduras? Share your thoughts.

  • One man enter, one man leave. Timmy Chandler will almost certainly get "cap tied" in San Pedro Sula, while Landon Donovan isn't here. The Americans are moving on without their former star.

  • Ryan O'Hanlon posts his second dispatch on traveling to the world's most dangerous city for a soccer match. He wrote it from a very comfortable bed. There's more drama from Fox Soccer and the Washington Post.

  • Dax McCarty signs a new contract to stay with the New York Red Bulls. Hopefully the cash will take out the sting of not getting a call up to join the January camp.

  • Finally, this:

    Enjoy the games, all.

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