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Hard days sight Competition in the hexagonal of CONCACAF qualifying speeds up this June, in which Mexico, Panama, Honduras, United States, Costa Rica and Jamaica will play three games each. At the end of the month should be answered many questions and have a much clearer idea of which of these teams could win the three direct passes to the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014. Cheap FIFA 13 Coins offers a foretaste of what is in store for the first day, to be held on the 7th night. The big game Panama-Mexico Apparently Mexico is virtually assured a spot in the FIFA World Cup, but his shaky start in the Hexagonal has cast doubt on the chances of Tri. The men of JosĂŠManuel "Chepo" de la Torre tied their first three games, but resumed their winning ways with a spirited victory (1-0) over Jamaica in Kingston. Aldo de Nigris scored the goal, and goalkeeper Jesus Corona became the big star of the night. However, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, Andres Guardado and Gio dos Santos had trouble finding the usual rhythm. The result, however, is what matters to the question "Chepo". The Mexican team has returned to pull himself to the top of the table, no doubt, a much more comfortable than the penultimate position. Panama, however, seems not even a shadow of that team easily previous years. Under the leadership of Luis Tejada and Blas Perez in the front, the struggling Canaleros are at a point of Mexico in second place, but also with a game. In qualifying for Brazil 2014 have not lost any shock in Rommel Fernandez Stadium, and coach Julio Dely Valdes, seems totally determined to bring his people to their first finals of the FIFA World Cup. If Tejada Panamanian striker, who exercises his career in club football in Mexico to Toluca, dream houses imposed on Tri, not willing to letting go: "It will be a difficult game because we face one of the best teams region, a nation hard to beat, "he told FIFA.com on the eve of the meeting. The previous In the rest of the area, the United States, which began with his own faltering steps in the Hexagonal, are stockpiling momentum and forces in preparation for your visit to Kingston, where they will face Jamaica. The Reggae Boyz currently occupy last place in the six-team standings with only two points on the board, and possibly come to feel pretty demoralized after defeat by Mexico, which failed to find the net. However, the American striker Jozy Altidore, who has just given a fabulous performance in the snatch 4-3 win in the friendly against Germany, do not take the opponent lightly, even though, obviously, the campaign classification of the islanders is coming to an end. "When you play in Kingston, you get the feeling that you're facing a team but an entire country," he told FIFA.com. The Americans, who have conceded seven goals in their last two friendlies, will have to give everything in attack and make the most of that display great form Altidore and Clint Dempsey, who scored twice against the Germans. Jamaica head coach Theodore Whitmore, under significant pressure from the national press, will also assume the arduous task of motivating his players. "We just need to come goals," said the man who has been left out of the Reggae Boyz top scorer of all time selection, Luton Shelton, for matches in June and has opted instead for Ryan Johnson , a player based in the American League. "They are all we need." The third match of the evening will be a derby Central: Honduras's visit to Costa Rica in San Jose. To date, the Hondurans were tied with Mexico and defeated the United States, and now will be to show he can also get good results at home. However, Costa Ricans and their captain, playmaker Bryan Ruiz, have always been intractable at home. With the United States, Honduras and Costa Rica tied at four points on Friday 7th there will be much at stake. More information please visit: http://www.arm2fifa.com/


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