C.D. Dandy

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Dandy
Full name Club Deportivo Dandy
Nickname(s) Catrines
Ground Estadio Francisco Morazán, San Pedro Sula
Ground Capacity 20,000
1983–84 10th

Club Deportivo Dandy was a Honduran football club that played in the Honduran Liga Nacional from 1982–83 to 1983–84,[1] season in which they were relegated to the Second Division after finishing bottom with 27 points.

They played their home games at Estadio Francisco Morazán and were nicknamed los Catrines.[2]

Achievements[edit]

Domestic

1981

League performance[edit]

Regular season Post season
Season Pos Pld W D L F A GD Pts Pos Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1982–83 7th 27 6 14 7 20 22 –2 26 Did not enter
1983–84 10th 36 6 15 15 22 35 –13 27 Did not enter

Current squad[edit]

  • Honduras Luis Alonso Guzmán Velásquez
  • Honduras Rigoberto Escalón
  • Honduras Oscar Villegas
  • Honduras Efraín "Pucho" Osorio
  • Honduras Roberto Escalón
  • Honduras Oscar Núñez
  • Honduras Oscar Montoya
  • Honduras Carlos Castellanos
  • Honduras René Orellana
  • Honduras Orlando Garay
  • Honduras Ricardo Castro
  • Honduras Carlos Flores
  • Honduras Edward Kisling
  • Honduras Carlos Alvarez
  • Honduras Jorge Martínez
  • Honduras Carlos Banegas
  • Honduras Roberto Moreno
  • Honduras Oscar "Hormiga" Muñoz
  • Honduras José Molina
  • Honduras Carlos Ramírez
  • Honduras Roger Valladares
  • Honduras Eleázar Peña
  • Honduras Jorge "Chino" Euceda
  • Honduras Claudio Romano Castro
  • Honduras Daniel "Diablo" Sambulá
  • Honduras Apolonio Sambulá
  • Honduras Arnold Connor Costly
  • Honduras Arnaldo Guevara
  • Honduras Oscar Torres
  • Brazil Benedito Tiburcio
  • Honduras Julio "Banana" Alvarez
  • Honduras Marcial Bonilla
  • Honduras Roberto Castellanos
  • Honduras Oscar Machigua
  • Honduras Oscar "Chino" Brizuela
  • Honduras Mario Bustillo
  • Honduras Oscar Ríos
  • Honduras Luis Guerrero
  • Honduras Noé Meza
  • Honduras Pastor Martínez
  • Honduras Benito Suazo
  • Honduras Luis Guzmán
  • Honduras Julio "Chino" Ortiz
  • Honduras Francisco Sandoval
  • Honduras Oscar Orellana
  • Honduras Guillermo Bernárdez
  • Honduras Manuel Rivera
  • Honduras Oscar "Pito Loco" López

References[edit]