Monday, March 17, 2008

The goals and the misses

Second-half highlights from Sunday's Mexico-Haiti game.

At the end of the game, as soon as the final whistle blows, the commentator says: "Tomorrow, if Hugo Sanchez has any dignity, he will submit his resignation" and then goes on to criticize the coach some more on his failures and on the failures of this team in general.


Anonymous said...

Cleary example that HAITI was bought, maybe not by the mexican team, but by the Mexican TV Owners. I challenge you to ask FIFA to invistigate this and Canadas game. You previously gave a great report on that Padilla case. I ask you to use your power to have FIFA investigate both of these games. Everyone already thinks Concacaf is a joke, with this game specifically its even worse. 5 Mexican players no haitians in the box, only 1 haitian trying to run back, UNBELIEVABLE

Dan Haug said...

People seem to forget that if Haiti had won this they would have gone through.

They weren't bought. They were still trying to attack as a short-handed team because they were trying to win. That's what caused all the break-aways.