Honduras has accused the Socceroos of using a Fut 19 Coins drone (left) to spy on their football team during their first training session at Sydney's ANZ Stadium The Hondurans arrived via commercial flights on Monday morning and were quick to start their first training session ahead of Wednesday night's do-or-die World Cup playoff clash Honduras boss Jorge Luis Pinto was also involved in a row with the media at the start of the session on Monday when he tried to close training before the 15 minutes of open access allowed under FIFA rules.
They should show us some respect, we respected them in Honduras so they should show us respect here,' he shouted in Spanish at photographers and cameramen.Pinto also suggested on his arrival in Sydney that someone in the Honduran media had leaked tactical details to Australia, broadcaster Televicentro reported. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Socceroos in driver's seat for World Cup qualification after...
Those d**kheads have to pull their heads in': Radio host... Share this article Share 'If someone in the sports press … betrayed and passed information to Australia … let me tell you, it sells the homeland and (is a) mercenary,' one Honduran journalist tweeted. 'Jorge Luis Pinto said in Sydney that apparently someone from the country passed information to Australia on which they had worked,' he added.
According to Honduran newspaper La Prensa, Honduras team Cheap FIFA 19 Coins management sent up drones of their own in 2016 to ensure no unauthorised parties were monitoring their training sessions. To heat things up even more, Honduras boss Jorge Luis Pinto reportedly suggested that someone in the Honduran media had leaked tactical details to Australia Pinto was also involved in a row with the media at the start of the session on Monday when he tried to close training before the 15 minutes of open access allowed under FIFA rules.