2008–09 Apertura Honduran Liga Nacional

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The 2008-09 Apertura will be the first part of the 2008-09 season of Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras, the first division national football league in Honduras. The season is set to start 26 July 2008 and will be set to finish on December 14, 2008.[1] It will follow the 2007-08 Clausura season. The winner will compete in the 2009-10 CONCACAF Champions League.

Soccer scores, attendance figures, team and individual stats are compiled from news reported from Diario La Prensa, La Tribuna, El Tiempo, and El Diez.

2008-09 teams[edit]

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Club City Stadium 2007-08 Clausura season
Deportes Savio Santa Rosa de Copán/Catacamas Miraflores/Avila1 7th
Hispano FC Comayagua Carlos Miranda 5th
C.D. Marathón San Pedro Sula Olímpico 2nd
C.D. Motagua Tegucigalpa/Danli Nacional/Tinoco1 4th
C.D. Olimpia Tegucigalpa/Comayagua Nacional/Miranda1 Champions
C.D. Platense Puerto Cortés/San Pedro Sula Excelsior/Olimpico2 10th
Real España San Pedro Sula Morazán 3rd
Real Juventud Santa Bárbara Argelio Sabillon Promoted
C.D. Victoria La Ceiba Municipal Ceibeño 6th
CDS Vida La Ceiba Municipal Ceibeño 9th

1 Alternate stadium due to field renovations.
2 Alternate stadium due to a dispute between Platense and the city of Puerto Cortes.

Scouting Reports[edit]

In the Clausura 2007/08 tournament, Platense suffered great adversity avoiding relegation in their last match. Their manager Nahúm Espinoza is the mastermind for which the 'dogfish' have changed their form of play and have transformed into a dangerous team aiming for great things. A key benchmarks for Platense is midfielder Carlos Will Mejia, with his talent will try to carry the team on a good path and hopefully a fight for the title. Platense has not fallen behind in signing new players for this tournament. New arrivals include Edilson Pereira, who played previously with Deportes Savio, Willian Veloso, who has shown in preseason matches to be a prominent goalscorer, and Evandro Ferreira, with his speed will try to unbalance the opposing defenses. To add to this is the experience of Walter López,who will be in charge of creating plays and give dynamism to the goalkeepers.

Despite Victoria's manager Javier Padilla insisting the main objective is save their position, the fans think the opposite because they know they have a good lineup to aspire for more. The fans think of nothing more than to lift another trophy, considering that Victoria maintains the fundamental parts of the team from the previous tournaments. They have reinforced the squad with talented and nationally experienced players like José Luis Pineda, Juan Manuel Cárcamo, and Carlos Discua. They also signed the Uruguayans Richard Pérez and Mauricio Webber and have promoted from their reserves forwards Erick Natividad Ayala and Victor Leonel Maldonado. With their current squad, Victoria can reach at the least the playoff round to satisfy their fans, who expected something more dignified in the previous tournament but finished in sixth place despite the strong investment from their patroness. The team had a good preseason. The team aims to bring honor to their name.

Recently promoted Real Juventud have prepared for one goal: to maintain the position in the league. Since their establishment on May 30, 1965, the team never had the opportunity to be able to ascend and play in the Liga Nacional but they now find the opportunity to assemble their own history. Their manager Emilio Umanzor have stated in addition to staying in the league, the team will try to classify as one of the best four in the league and not playing a relegation battle like the majority of the sporting people and press have insisted. Real Juventud arrives with great expectations for the Apertura tournament. Real Juventud will fall upon the success of their Liga de Ascenso campaign and aim for decent position.

A team with the squad and budget of Deportes Savio obviously won't compete for the title. This does not stop them from causing harm to other clubs with greater aspiration. They will be playing their home matches on an unfamiliar field: Stadium Roberto Martinéz Ávila in Siguatepeque, since their stadium is being remodeled. A key loss for the team is the Brazilian Edilson Pereira who signed with Platense. On the other hand, important arrivals include goalie Hugo Caballero, the midfielders Marco Antonio Mejía and Elmer Marín, and forward Edgar Núñez. Deportes Savio will seek to grab points early on to avoid suffering like the previous tournament and with that seek, maybe not the playoff rounds, but their permanency in the league.

Vida will participate in the tournament with a modest team filled with prospects that intend to shine in the league. The directive administration will wage at their inferior categories that they intend to remain in the league. The challenges their manager Alberto Romero faces are difficult because he must erase the frustration from the fans and support the team's president character, who at the moment of saying things says it first and then thinks. The team president and manager have clashed before with Romero threatening to quit the team due to some unilateral decision but soon was resolved. Vida had a good preseason with many matches in the US and Guatemala.

Regular season[edit]

Results[edit]

Home / Away SAV HIS MAR MOT OLI PLA ESP JUV VIC VID
Deportes Savio 2 - 1 2 - 1 2 - 1 0 - 1 2 - 1 1 - 1 2 - 1 3 - 1 1 - 1
Hispano 2 - 1 1 - 2 1 - 3 3 - 1 1 - 2 2 - 3 2 - 0 5 - 3 2 - 0
Marathón 2 - 2 0 - 2 4 - 0 1 - 0 2 - 1 0 - 2 1 - 0 1 - 1 1 - 1
Motagua 0 - 2 2 - 1 2 - 0 2 - 0 1 - 0 0 - 0 2 - 1 0 - 4 1 - 0
Olimpia 2 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 1 0 - 2 2 - 2 2 - 1 1 - 0 2 - 1 2 - 0
Platense 1 - 1 2 - 2 1 - 2 1 - 0 1 - 2 0 - 1 2 - 1 2 - 1 2 - 0
Real España 2 - 0 2 - 2 2 - 2 3 - 2 2 - 2 4 - 0 3 - 1 1 - 1 2 - 0
Real Juventud 0 - 3 3 - 1 0 - 1 1 - 1 0 - 0 1 - 1 0 - 1 2 - 0 0 - 1
Victoria 1 - 0 1 - 2 2 - 2 0 - 4 1 - 1 1 - 2 1 - 0 1 - 0 1 - 0
Vida 0 - 0 1 - 1 1 - 3 1 - 1 0 - 1 1 - 1 2 - 3 1 - 2 0 - 1

Regular season[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
26 July 2008 Marathon 2:1 Platense
2116
26 July 2008 Victoria 0:4 Motagua
3355
27 July 2008 Deportes Savio 0:1 Real Espana
1500
27 July 2008 Real Juventud 0:1 Vida
1920
27 July 2008 Olimpia 0:0 Hispano
2167

Round 2[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
30 July 2008 Platense 2:1 Victoria
-
30 July 2008 Marathón 1:0 Real Juventud
2269
30 July 2008 Motagua 2:1 Hispano
1363
30 July 2008 Vida 2:3 Real Espana
2287
31 July 2008 Deportes Savio 0:1 Olimpia
2,316

Round 3[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
August 2, 2008 Real España 2:2 Marathón
8423
August 2, 2008 Hispano 2:0 Vida
953
August 2, 2008 Victoria 1:0 Deportes Savio
875
August 2, 2008 Platense 2:2 Olimpia
3589
August 2, 2008 Real Juventud 1:1 Motagua
3305

Round 4[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
August 6, 2008 Platense 1:1 Deportes Savio
1594
August 6, 2008 Victoria 1:1 Olimpia
2852
August 6, 2008 Marathón 1:1 Vida
1141
August 6, 2008 Hispano 2:0 Real Juventud
1208
August 6, 2008 Motagua 0:0 Real Espana
2090

Round 5[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
9 August 2008 Deportes Savio 2:1 Hispano
440
9 August 2008 Olimpia 0:1 Marathon
1487
9 August 2008 Vida 1:1 Motagua
2709
9 August 2008 Real Espana 4:0 Platense
2168
9 August 2008 Real Juventud 2:0 Victoria
1223

Round 6[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
16 August 2008 Deportes Savio 2:1 Marathon
2441
16 August 2008 Hispano 5:3 Victoria
1186
16 August 2008 Vida 1:1 Platense
1,729
16 August 2008 Real Espana 3:1 Real Juventud
3188
11 September 2008 Motagua 2:0 Olimpia
4714

Round 7[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
23 August 2008 Marathón 4:0 Motagua
2187
23 August 2008 Victoria 1:0 Vida
4202
24 August 2008 Platense 2:2 Hispano
1272
24 August 2008 Olimpia 2:1 Real Espana
3686
24 August 2008 Real Juventud 0:3 Deportes Savio
1165

Round 8[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
30 August 2008 Real Espana 2:2 Hispano
2,016
30 August 2008 Victoria 2:2 Marathon
1,900
30 August 2008 Deportes Savio 1:1 Vida
134
30 August 2008 Motagua 1:0 Platense
916
30 August 2008 Real Juventud 0:0 Olimpia
2,711

Round 9[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
7 September 2008 Platense 2:1 Real Juventud
1,241
7 September 2008 Real Espana 1:1 Victoria
1,858
7 September 2008 Vida 0:1 Olimpia
2,780
7 September 2008 Hispano 1:2 Marathon
1,102
7 September 2008 Motagua 0:2 Deportes Savio
1,500

Round 10[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
13 September 2008 Real Espana 2:0 Deportes Savio
2114
13 September 2008 Vida 1:2 Real Juventud
831
14 September 2008 Hispano 3:1 Olimpia
1881
14 September 2008 Motagua 0:4 Victoria
1330
14 September 2008 Platense 1:2 Marathon
2584

Round 11[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
20 September 2008 Victoria 1:2 Platense
1302
20 September 2008 Real España 2:0 Vida
1857
21 September 2008 Hispano 1:3 Motagua
2248
21 September 2008 Real Juventud 0:1 Marathón 1709
21 September 2008 Olimpia 2:0 Deportes Savio
1536

Round 12[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
27 September 2008 Marathon 0:2 Real Espana
9335
27 September 2008 Vida 1:1 Hispano
507
27 September 2008 Platense 1:2 Olimpia
3518
27 September 2008 Deportes Savio 3:1 Victoria
135
27 September 2008 Motagua 2:1 Real Juventud
1134

Round 13[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
4 October 2008 Vida 1:3 Marathón
811
4 October 2008 Real España 3:2 Motagua
5436
5 October 2008 Deportes Savio 2:1 Platense
2204
5 October 2008 Real Juventud 3:1 Hispano
535
5 October 2008 Olimpia 2:1 Victoria
1107

Round 14[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
18 October 2008 Marathon 1:0 Olimpia
6650
18 October 2008 Victoria 1:0 Real Juventud
369
19 October 2008 Motagua 1:0 Vida
1675
19 October 2008 Platense 0:1 Real Espana
2356
19 October 2008 Hispano 2:1 Deportes Savio
225

Round 15[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
25 October 2008 Marathón 2:2 Deportes Savio
1,369
25 October 2008 Victoria 1:2 Hispano
91
26 October 2008 Olimpia 0:2 Motagua
10,760
26 October 2008 Platense 2:0 Vida
449
26 October 2008 Real Juventud 0:1 Real Espana
1,480

Round 16[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
1 November 2008 Real Espana 2:2 Olimpia
6521
1 November 2008 Vida 0:1 Victoria
1643
1 November 2008 Hispano 1:2 Platense
1189
1 November 2008 Motagua 2:0 Marathon
4836
1 November 2008 Deportes Savio 2:1 Real Juventud
1825

Round 17[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
16 November 2008 Hispano 2:3 Real Espana
1059
16 November 2008 Platense 1:0 Motagua
1326
16 November 2008 Vida 0:0 Deportes Savio
390
16 November 2008 Marathon 1:1 Victoria
521
16 November 2008 Olimpia 1:0 Real Juventud
2952

Round 18[edit]

Date Home Score Away Attendance
23 November 2008 Victoria 1:0 Real España
317
23 November 2008 Marathon 0:2 Hispano
529
23 November 2008 Real Juventud 1:1 Platense
275
23 November 2008 Olimpia 2:0 Vida
2614
23 November 2008 Deportes Savio 2:1 Motagua
1920
  • On 12 August, Real España obtained 2 additional points and Deportes Savio had 1 deducted for fielding an ineligible player in round 1; the goal records of both clubs remain unchanged.

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Real España (+2) 18 10 6 2 33 18 +15 38 Qualified to the Final round
2 Marathón 18 9 5 4 26 20 +6 32
3 Motagua 18 9 3 6 24 21 +3 30
4 Olimpia 18 8 5 5 19 17 +2 29
5 Deportes Savio (–1) 18 8 5 5 24 19 +5 28
6 Hispano 18 7 4 7 31 28 +3 25
7 Platense 18 6 5 7 22 25 −3 23
8 Victoria 18 6 4 8 22 27 −5 22
9 Real Juventud 18 3 3 12 13 24 −11 12
10 Vida 18 1 6 11 10 25 −15 9
  • Top 4 qualify to the Final round.

Final round[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

2008-11-26
19:30
Olimpia 2 - 1 Real España
García Goal 22'
Turcios Goal 80'
Lalín Goal 92+'
Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, Tegucigalpa
Attendance: 8,696
Referee: Mario Moncada
2008-11-27
19:30
Motagua 1 - 0 Marathón
Castillo Goal 64'
Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino, Tegucigalpa
Attendance: 7,112
Referee: Geovany Mendoza

2008-12-02
19:30
Real España 3 - 2 Olimpia
Pavón Goal 44' Goal 60'
Lalín Goal 83'
Núñez Goal 24'
Bruschi Goal 52'
Estadio Francisco Morazán, San Pedro Sula
Attendance: 6,449
Referee: José Gaspar Molina
2008-12-03
19:30
Marathón 1 - 0 Motagua
Norales Goal 57'
Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula
Attendance: 7,643
Referee: Oscar Moncada

Final[edit]

7 December 2008
(UTC−06:00)
1st leg
Marathón 1 – 0 Real España
Mejía Goal 58'
Marathón
Real España
GK 27 Uruguay Juan Obelar
RB Honduras Erick Norales
CB Honduras Mario Beata
CB Honduras Óscar Bonilla
LB Honduras Marvin Chávez
CM Honduras Mariano Acevedo
CM Honduras Reinieri Mayorquín
CM 13 Honduras Dennis Ferrera
CM 19 Honduras Mario Berríos
SS Honduras Carlos Mejía Substituted off
CF Honduras Milton Núñez Substituted off
Substitutions:
FW Costa Rica Andy Furtado Substituted in
FW Honduras Saúl Martínez Substituted in
MF Honduras Arnold Solórzano Substituted in
Manager:
Uruguay Manuel Keosseian
GK Uruguay Marcelo Macías
RB Honduras Nery Medina
CB Honduras Marlon Peña
CB Honduras Elder Valladares
LB Honduras Carlos Palacios
CM Honduras Elkin González
CM Honduras Alex Andino Substituted off
CM Brazil Carlinho
CM Honduras Mario Rodríguez
CF Honduras Carlos Pavón Substituted off
CF Brazil Everaldo Ferreira Substituted off
Substitutions:
FW Honduras Allan Lalín Substituted in
MF Honduras Mario Martínez Substituted in
FW Brazil Edmilson da Silva Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina Mario Zanabria

2008-12-13
19:30
Real España 1 - 1 Marathón
Ferreira Goal 33' Berríos Goal 92+'
Estadio Francisco Morazán, San Pedro Sula
Attendance: 19,000
Referee: Gaspar Molina
Real España
Marathón
GK - Uruguay Marcelo Macías
RB Honduras Nery Medina
CB Honduras Marlon Peña Red card 90'
CB Honduras Elder Valladares
LB Honduras Carlos Palacios
DM Honduras Mario Rodríguez
CM Honduras Alex Andino
CM Honduras Elkin González
CM Brazil Carlinho
CF Honduras Allan Lalín Substituted off
CF Brazil Everaldo Ferreira
Substitutions:
FW Honduras Carlos Pavón Substituted in
Manager:
Argentina Mario Zanabria
GK 27 Uruguay Juan Obelar
RB 23 Honduras Mauricio Sabillón
CB Honduras Erick Norales
CB Honduras Mario Beata
LB Honduras Óscar Bonilla
DM Honduras Reinieri Mayorquín
CM 19 Honduras Mario Berríos
RM Honduras Mariano Acevedo
LM Honduras Marvin Chávez
SS Honduras Carlos Will Mejía
CF Honduras Milton Núñez Substituted off
Substitutions:
FW Honduras Jerry Palacios Substituted in Red card 90'
Manager:
Uruguay Manuel Keosseián
  • Marathón won 2–1 on aggregate.
Liga Nacional
2008–09 Apertura Champion
C.D. Marathón
7th title

Apertura Tournament Champion[edit]

Marathón as tournament champion has qualified to the CONCACAF Champions League 2009–10.

2008-09 Apertura champion
Marathón
7th National title

Goal scorers[edit]

As of 2008-12-13

  • 13 goals
    • Brazil Everaldo Ferreira (Real España)
  • 9 goals
    • Brazil Marcelo Cabrita (Platense)
  • 8 goals
    • Honduras Leonardo Isaula (Hispano)
    • Honduras Allan Lalín (Real España)
  • 7 goals
    • Colombia Mauricio Copete (Victoria)
    • Brazil Ney Costa (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras Milton Ruiz (Hispano)
  • 6 goals
    • Uruguay Oscar Torlacoff (Motagua)
    • Uruguay Ramiro Bruschi (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Carlos Pavón (Real España)
  • 5 goals
    • Honduras Saúl Martínez (Marathón)
    • Uruguay Nicolás Cardozo (Vida)
    • Brazil Jocimar Nascimento (Motagua)
    • Honduras Rigoberto Padilla (Hispano)
    • Honduras Nery Medina (Real España)
    • Honduras Wilmer Velásquez (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Carlos Will Mejía (Marathón)
  • 4 goals
    • Honduras Marvin Chávez (Marathón)
    • Honduras Jorge Lozano (Deportes Savio)
  • 3 goals
    • Honduras Mario Rodríguez (Real España)
    • Brazil Marcelo Cabecao (Hispano)
    • Honduras Mauricio Sabillón (Marathón)
    • Honduras Juan Manuel Cárcamo (Victoria)
    • Honduras Georgie Welcome (Motagua)
    • Brazil Evandro Ferreira (Platense)
    • Honduras Danilo Turcios (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Carlos Paez (Real Juventud)
  • 2 goals
    • Honduras Oscar Vargas (Vida)
    • Honduras Mario Euceda (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras Carlos Discua (Victoria)
    • Honduras Harrison Róchez (Deportes Savio)
    • Colombia Charles Córdova (Real Juventud)
    • Honduras Carlos Morán (Victoria)
    • Uruguay Mauricio Weber (Victoria)
    • Honduras Adán Ramírez (Platense)
    • Honduras Reinaldo Tilguath (Motagua)
    • Honduras Milton Núñez (Marathón)
    • Honduras Javier Portillo (Hispano)
    • Brazil Marcelo Ferreira (Platense)
    • Honduras David Molina (Motagua)
    • Honduras Ninrod Medina (Victoria)
    • Brazil Juliano Rangel (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras Carlos Navarro (Real Juventud)
    • Honduras Mariano Acevedo (Marathón)
    • Honduras Oscar Zepeda (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras David Meléndez (Real Juventud)
    • Honduras Ramón Núñez (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Erick Norales (Marathón)
  • 1 goal
    • Honduras Rubén Rivera (Motagua)
    • Brazil Willian Veloso (Platense)
    • Honduras Miguel Castillo (Motagua)
    • Honduras Orvin Paz (Marathón)
    • Honduras Lenín Suárez (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras Diktmart Hernández (Victoria)
    • Honduras Bani Lozano (Platense)
    • Honduras Shannon Welcome (Motagua)
    • Brazil Carlos Dias (Real España)
    • Honduras Maynor Gómez (Real Juventud)
    • Honduras Rubén Matamoros (Hispano)
    • Honduras Walter Hernández (Olimpia)
    • Brazil Edilson Pereira (Platense)
    • Honduras Rony Morales (Olimpia)
    • Honduras John Pérez (Hispano)
    • Honduras Johnny Galdámez (Deportes Savio)
    • Brazil Nilberto da Silva (Motagua)
    • Honduras Francisco Díaz (Platense)
    • Honduras Elkin González (Real España)
    • Honduras Oscar Fortín (Deportes Savio)
    • Argentina Pablo Genovese (Hispano)
    • Argentina Gabriel Casas (Vida)
    • Honduras Juan Carlos García (Marathón)
    • Honduras Luis López (Marathón)
    • Honduras Edgar Núñez (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras Luis Pérez (Platense)
    • Honduras Henry Bermúdez (Victoria)
    • Honduras Francisco Aguilar (Real Juventud)
    • Honduras Hendry Thomas (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Román Castillo (Vida)
    • Honduras Cristian Altamirano (Deportes Savio)
    • Honduras Ronald del Cid (Real Juventud)
    • Brazil Allan Kardeck (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Carlos Salinas (Vida)
    • Honduras Jerry Palacios (Marathón)
    • Honduras Angel Rodríguez (Real Juventud)
    • Honduras Víctor Bernárdez (Motagua)
    • Costa Rica Andy Furtado (Marathón)
    • Honduras Mario Martínez (Real España)
    • Brazil Fabio de Souza (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Abner Méndez (Hispano)
    • Honduras Erick Zepeda (Platense)
    • Honduras Henry Jiménez (Hispano)
    • Honduras Richard Pérez (Victoria)
    • Honduras Francisco Valladares (Motagua)
    • Honduras Víctor Arzú (Victoria)
    • Argentina Sergio Diduch (Hispano)
    • Honduras Oscar Bonieck García (Olimpia)
    • Honduras Fernando Castillo (Motagua)
    • Honduras Mario Berríos (Marathón)
    • Belize Elroy Smith (Deportes Savio) (o.g.)

Squads[edit]

Club Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
Deportes Savio Yul Arzú, Hugo Caballero, José Manuel Portillo Vicente Solórzano, Jorge Lozano, Oscar Fortín, Johnny Galdámez, Mario Padilla, Mario Euceda, Juliano de Andrade, Lenín Suárez Elron Smith, Elmer Marín, Juan Manuel Coello, Oscar Zepeda, Christian Altamirano, Mario Chávez, Marco Mejía, Walter Villalobos, Anael Figueroa Harrison Róchez, Edwin Jiménez, Ney Costa, Darwin Oliva, Kevin Portillo
Hispano Kerpo de León, Pedro Alvarez, Emmanuel Díaz Leonardo Morales, Darwin Pacheco, Esdras Padilla, Matías Espíndola, Eliud Membreño, Ronmel Murillo Máximo Arzú, Johnny Arce, Carlos Blandón, Edward Mejía, Pablo Genovese, Javier Portillo, Rubén Matamoros, David Alvarez, Leonardo Isaula Henry Jiménez, Héctor Castro, Sergio Diduch, Rigoberto Padilla, Fredy Benítez, Marcelo Segales, Luis López, Marcelo López, Edilson Aguilar, Milton Ruiz
Marathon Juan Angel Obelar, Víctor Coello, Kelvin Castillo Dennis Ferrera, Pastor Martínez, Juan Carlos García, Astor Henríquez, Arnold Solórzano, Milton Palacios, Erick Norales, Mauricio Sabillón, Mario Beata,

Luis Santamaría

Oscar Bonilla, Orvin Paz, Reinieri Mayorquín, Marvin Chávez, Mario Berríos, Mariano Acevedo, Pompilio Mejía, Franco Sosa, Carlos Oliva, Oscar Galeas Milton Núñez, Jerry Palacios, Saúl Martínez, Andy Furtado, José Güity, Kurt Cárcamo, Carlos Will Mejía
Motagua Ricardo Canales, Donaldo Morales, Rony García Víctor Bernárdez, Samir García, Guillermo Díaz, Nilberto Da Silva, Roy Posas, David Molina, Steven Morris, Emilson Cruz, Aaron Bardales, Oscar Bernárdez Jorge Claros, Fernando Castillo, Miguel Castillo, Luis Guzmán, Víctor Mena, Rubén Rivera, José Rivera, Ronald Martínez, Luis Rodas Oscar Torlacoff, Jocimar, Richard Lloyd, Kevin Osorio, José Burgos, Shannon Welcome
Olimpia Noel Valladares, Donis Escober, Gustavo Pineda Jaime Rosales, Sergio Mendoza, Francisco Arévalo, Nahún Avila, Rony Morales, Yobani Avila, Fabio de Souza, Nahún Güity, Francisco López Walter Hernández, Irvin Reyna, Samir Arzú, Wilfredo Barahona, Jesús Navas, Ramón Núñez, Danilo Turcios, Néstor Silva, Johnny Calderón Wilmer Velásquez, Ramiro Bruschi, Allan Júnior, Erick Andino, Luis Garrido
Platense Júnior Morales, Sandro Cárcamo Odis Borjas, David Meza, Gabriel Hernández, Luis Urbina, Quiarol Arzú, Erick Zepeda, Osman Chávez, Luis Pérez, Manuel Doño, Francisco Díaz, Fredy Escobar Pedro Domínguez, Adán Ramírez, Bany Lozano, Hendry Córdova, Irbin Guerrero, Misael Ruiz, Odis Borjas, Walter López, Edilson Pereira, Willian Veloso Marcelo Dos Santos, Evandro Ferreira, Alexander Aguilar
Real España Marcelo Macías, Orlin Vallecillo, Tomás Meléndez Elder Valladares, Eric Vallecillo, Marlon Peña, Carlos Palacios, Maynor Martínez, Nery Medina, Andrés Morales, César Oseguera, Jeremy Hernández Mario Rodríguez, Carlos Dias, Elkin González, Jorge Zaldívar, Alex Andino, Mario Martínez, Fairon Barahona, Fernando Mercado, Melvin Valladares, Eder Delgado, Dany Reyes Carlos Pavón, Edmilson Da Silva, Everaldo Ferreira, Allan Lalín, Ramón Castillo, Héctor Flores, Fredy Sosa
Real Juventud Adalid Puerto, José Orlando Rivera, José Luis Rosales, Elmer Canales Júnior Turcios, Luis Castro, Kevin Sambulá, César Anariba, Rony Paz, Carlos Navarro, Juan Carlos Róchez, Lucio Argueta, Heber Argueta, Marlon Soto David Rocha, David Meléndez, Luis Lagos, Juan Tablada, Gerson Martínez, Ronald Del Cid, Jorge Fúnez, Jair Aragón, Denovan Morales, Marcelo Monteiro, Rolando Figueroa, Carlos Páez, Carlos Castellanos Randy Diamond, Charles Córdoba, Angel Rodríguez, Luciano Valerio, Julio Canales, Francisco Aguilar
Victoria John Bodden, Diego Vásquez, Kenneth Zapata Orleans Fúnez, Ninrol Medina, Júnior Izaguirre, Pablo Montes, Mario Gómez, Wilson Güity, Wilmer Crisanto, Cristian Batiz, Henry Bermúdez Juan Raudales, Carlos Morán, Richard Pérez, Mauricio Webber, José L. Pineda, Odair Bernárdez, Dictmar Hernández, Pedro Fernández, David A. Doño Juan Cárcamo, Carlos Discua, Johnny Avila, Leonel Maldonado, Erick Ayala
Vida Williams Negrete, Obed Enamorado, Oscar Banegas Angel Hill, Justo Norales, Brayan Beckeles, Carlos Arbizú, Gabriel Casas, Miguel Martínez, Arturo Avila, Walter Williams Arnold Peralta, Borghi Arbizú, Carlos Salinas, Carlos Solórzano, Elvin López, Juan Pérez, Julio Ocampo, Orlin Peralta, Leslie Orozco Nicolás Cardozo, Armando Mena, Román Castillo, Oscar Vargas, Jerry Bengton, Darian Alvarez, Darin Quin Lambert

International Competition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Listo el calendario" (in Spanish). Diario La Prensa. 2008-07-06. Retrieved 2008-07-09. 

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