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President of top Costa Rican soccer team killed

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP)—The president of a top Costa Rican soccer team was killed by gunmen on a motorcycle as he was driving his car.

Attorney General Francisco Dall’Anese said Monday’s attack on Adrian Castro may have been a revenge killing. He gave no other details Tuesday.

There was no evidence the 50-year-old team president was targeted because of his connection to the first-division club Puntarenas, which was leading Group A in the Costa Rican league.

The businessman had ties to at least 32 other companies, from real estate to ranching. He was jailed on fraud allegations in 2000 but was freed in a deal with prosecutors.

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CCL Preview: Puerto Rico Islanders vs. C.D. Marathon


The Montreal Impact gave USL a first ever victory in a CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal match on Wednesday and the Puerto Rico Islander will have a chance to make the USL two for two on Thursday. The Islanders will host Group A winners C.D. Marathon at the Estadio Juan Ramon Loubriel in Bayamon , Puerto Rico .


Puerto Rico returns to action after the extended winter break with almost completely the same side that came out of the group stage. USL award winning goalkeeper Bill Gaudette, defender of the year Cristian Arrieta, and most valuable player Jonathan Steele all returned this season to play for head man Colin Clarke.


But the Islanders, much like their Canadian and American counterparts in the quarterfinals, enter the tie having not played a competitive match since the final group game in October.


The Islanders started out on the right foot in Group D with seven points from their first three matches. But the other shoe dropped and the Puerto Ricans struggled in the latter stages of group play, limping into the quarterfinals with eight points from six games.


Marathon has problems of its own to contend with heading into Thursday’s match. A rash of injuries will likely force the Honduran representatives to play without several members of Manuel Keosseian’s first choice eleven.


The backbone of Marathon ’s squad, goalkeeper Victor Coello, defenders Erick Norales and Mario Beata, and midfielders Maynor Suazo and Carlos Oliva are all excepted to be sidelined for Thursday’s CCL clash.


However, the Green Monsters should have Jerry Palacios and Mitchell Brown available to key the attack. The two strikers have combined for seven goals in the early stages of the current Liga Nacional de Honduras season.


Players To Watch:


Puerto Rico Islanders: Fabrice Noel. The 23-year-old Haitian, and former San Jose Earthquake player, scored in the side’s last outing against Tauro F.C. and should be one of the more dangerous players in the Islanders attack.


C.D. Marathon: Marvin Chaves. The attacking midfielder returned to action in Sunday’s league win and should be available for Thursday’s CCL match. Chavez scored in Marathon ’s 2-0 victory over Saprissa that won Group A for the Hondurans.


Goal.com Prediction: It may seem silly to pick against the home side after the first three matches, but Marathon is the most talented team left in the competition. Puerto Rico Islander 1-2 C.D. Marathon.

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Islanders Secure First Leg CCL Victory

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Puerto Rico Islanders hosted Group A winners C.D. Marathon in the first leg of a CONCACAF Champion League quarterfinal on Thursday.

With one USL team having already collected a first-leg win in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals, the Islanders did their part to make the American second division two for two.

First Half


Puerto Rico got off to a shining start with Petter Villegas’ seventh minute shot causing problems for Marathon and leading to the home side’s first corner of the match. A mad scramble off the corner almost paid off, but the headed effort was once again pushed wide


The continued pressure resulted in two more corners in rapid succession, but the orange-clad Islanders could not capitalize on any of their early chances.



The wide open contest would continue with Marvin Chaves and Jerry Palacios both carving out chances for Marathon before the 15 minute mark and the Islanders forcing a couple of good saves from Green Monster ‘keeper Juan Obelar.

A good bit of play from Marathon almost led to a big mistake from USL defender of the year Cristian Arrieta, who dangerously headed a cross from the right flank back toward his own net. Puerto Rico ‘keeper Bill Gaudette was up to the task and the match remained level through the half hour mark.

The match settled into more of a midfield battle in the later stages of the first half. Puerto Rico seemed content to serve in early crosses, while Marathon looked to find Palacios running the channels.

Noah Delgado set up a good chance for the Islanders in the 36th. The Puerto Rican national dispossessed a Marathon defender and kept his cool long enough to find onrushing midfielder Sandi Gbandi. The shot from Gbandi had plenty of force, but lacked accuracy and the Islanders were frustrated once again.

Moments later Martin Nunez was gifted the best chance of the half for Puerto Rico when a redirected cross found the 22-year-old alone in front of goal. But Nunez could not get his head over the ball and the result was a missed opportunity.

Marathon responded quickly with a chance at the other end when Palacios out paced the Islander back line, but Gaudette was quick off his line and saved well.

Gaudette’s quickness off his line would cost Puerto Rico in the 41st when the ‘keeper misjudged a cross from Marathon defender Oscar Bonilla. Palacios was first to react and pushed the ball just inside the post, giving the visitors a 1-0 lead heading into the break.

It was a disappointing end to a bright half from the home side, who limited Marathon to only a couple of late chances, but could not find the net themselves.


Second Half

After 10 minutes of open play to start the second half, Marathon thought they had scored from Saul Martinez’s head, but an athletic save from Gaudette pushed the ball against the post.

Gaudette was called back into action in the 60th when Mavin Chavez’s shot from the top of the box almost found the net.

Clumsy defending from Marathon allowed a chance for Puerto Rico to test Obelar from a good position, but Jonathan Steele’s free-kick took a deflection past the post.

The Islanders continued to push for the equalizer into the 70th minute and Marathon ’s counterattack became even more dangerous, forcing Gaudette to come up with a couple of big saves.

In the 73rd Steele found Nicholas Addlery with a cross that the Jamaican couldn’t finish, but Addlery would redeem himself moments later. Another ball from Steele was flicked past Obelar into Marathon ’s net and the game was level with just over fifteen minutes to play.

With neither team looking for a draw the action continued into the final ten minutes when the home side would take its first lead of the match.


It was a daring run from Trinidadian Kendall Jagdeosingh in from the left flank that opened up the Honduran’s defense. The 22-year-old took the shot on boldly after a nice step over created a bit of space inside the box. The shot took a minor deflection and found the roof of Obelar’s net.


It was almost 3-1 in the 87th when a terrible tackle from a Marathon player should’ve led to a penalty for the home side. But the referee turned a blind eye and deaf ear to appeals from the team and crowd and the lead would remain just one goal in favor of Puerto Rico .

A frantic final seven minutes produced little more than some rough tackles. Then the final whistle blew, giving the Islanders the USL’s second win of the quarterfinals.

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Atlante Eliminate Houston From CCL

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Heading into Tuesday’s second leg quarter final the onus was on the Houston Dynamo to come out flying after conceding a goal at home in the first leg. Atlante had the advantage of needing only to hold the fort to advance to the semifinals, but neither manager seemed ready to sit back as both teams would start with strong attacking sides.

With the two sides having met twice in regional competitions over the last year, the second leg quarterfinal was expected to be a chippy affair with goals on the offer.

Neither team made many changes from the first-leg encounter in Houston. For the Dynamo defensive stalwart Bobby Boswell was out with illness so Craig Weibel got the start in his place. Giancarlo Moldonado started on the bench for Atlante in favor of Clemente Ovalle, and the home side chose to go with Argentine Frederico Vilar in goal rather than last first-leg starter Omar Ortiz.

First Half

Atlante opened the match much the way the home side would be expected to, creating a couple of early chances to little avail. But the early pressure was just a sign of what was to come in the later stages of the half.

Houston’s best chance to open the scoring came ten minutes in when Kei Kamara and Brian Mullen combined well near the touchline. Mullen’s service was well hit, but the runs of Brian Ching and Stuart Holden were just a bit early and Brad Davis could not arrive at the back post in time.

While the run of play certainly did not show one-way traffic, the home side took control of the match through the rest of the first half by way of finding the net.

The Iron Colts’ break through would come in the 23rd when Vilar sent a free kick over the top of everybody. Wade Barrett was beaten to the ball by Fernando Navarro who took a brilliant touch with his head to beat the Houston left back and finished calmly.

With the game turning a bit rough and Houston throwing more numbers forward, trying to get the equalizer, Atlante would strike again.

It was Rafeal Marquez Lugo who found space behind Weibel in the 36th after the Houston center back failed to get his head on a floated cross. In the end the headed finish was all too easy for Lugo and Atlante would take a 2-0 advantage to the break.

Second Half

Houston would make two changes in the back, bringing on Geoff Cameron and Corey Ashe in an attempt to bring to open up play a bit more.

Ashe began paying dividends in the 59th when he won a free kick in a good position, but Davis could not get the service in behind Atlante’s defenders.

The game would continue in a rater choppy fashion into the last thirty minutes, with Atlante showing better control of the ball than they did in the first leg, and Houston struggling to find their rhythm.

Another free kick led to a Houston chance in the 71st when the floated ball in was cleared by Atlante for a corner to the Dynamo. The ensuing corner found Ricardo Clark unmarked at the six yard box, but the midfielder’s header lacked the direction and power to beat Vilar.

Ching came close to pulling one back in the 77th. It was Ashe who did the hard part, turning his defender well and floating a ball to the back post where the Hawaiian was waiting. A good bit of defending closed the angle and Ching could only push the header off of the outside of the post.

Atlante, clearly content to defend their two-goal lead, offered little going forward, but defended well by closing space quickly and marking Ching and Kamara almost completely out of the action.

The only real danger came from set pieces where Kamara’s size was troubling the smaller back line of the home side, and one nearly paid off for Houston in the closing minutes.

Clark did well to win a corner in the 82nd and Houston seemed to have found their first goal, but the referee determined that Kamara’s effort involved a foul and the Dynamo was no closer to closing the gap.

With the game winding down and Houston finding little going forward, Luis Gabriel Rey set the table for second-half sub Giancarlo Maldonano who would book Atlante’s ticket to the semifinal.

Rey did well to beat the first defender and hold off two more before lofting a ball to the waiting Venezuelan. Maldonado made no mistake in pounding the ball past Houston ‘keeper Pat Onstad with his left foot from just a few yards out.

The game would end 3-0 with the Iron Colts becoming the CONCACAF Champions League’s first every semifinalist.

It was a deserving result for Atlante who were clearly the better side throughout the night, and a poor ending to Houston’s, and Major League Soccer’s, first ever shot at the CCL.

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Pumas Look To Turn Series Around

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Pumas will host a very tough Cruz Azul team in a CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal match on Wednesday.

Pumas have only beaten Cruz Azul once in their past 11 meetings. Cruz Azul also has an advantage after they beat Pumas 1-0 at home. Pumas who are coming off a good performance will hope to rally past Cruz Azul.

One of the players who wants’ to end their loosing ways against Cruz Azul is Dante Lopez, who is coming off a stellar performance in which he scored the winning goal against Tigres.

“The victory gives us hope to keep getting better in a lot of aspect. The game on Wednesday will be very important because we are facing an opponent who we haven’t beaten in a while and we would like that to change at home,” Lopez said. “We will look for different variations because we need to score at least once. A game with Cruz Azul always means a lot but we have to make sure we end our bad streak against them."

Pumas midfielder Fernando Espinoza said that Cruz Azul will be a very difficult opponent to defeat.

“The people that come behind in Cruz Azul will want to demonstrate what they have. Which would make them a tougher opponent to beat?”

The “people” Espinoza was referring to are the Cruz Azul subs, who will be seeing playing time which means they will try to impress Benjamin Galindo with nothing less than a win. “To go against Cruz Azul is always important, we are going to do everything possible to cut that bad streak that we have against them”, noted Espinoza.

For Pumas it will be vital to go in to game running. They need to score to at least tie the game ad then play their hearts out in extra time or decide the game in a penalty shoot out. It is also very important that they don’t let Cruz Azul score at all because the away team’s goal is more valuable.

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Islander Win Clinches Semifinal Birth

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The Puerto Rico Islanders and C.D. Marathon got their chance to make the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals Wednesday night when the two teams met in San Pedro Sula , Honduras .


The home side had plenty of work to do having lost the first leg match 2-1 and the surprising Islanders needed only a draw.


Both teams made significant changes in the starting eleven. The most notable difference for Marathon was the decision to partner Milton Nunez up front with Jerry Palacios rather than the larger Saul Martinez.


Colin Clarke’s big move was the decision to start young Kendall Jagdeosingh as in the attack rather than bringing the first leg hero off of the bench.


First Half


The tactics of this match seemed rather clear from the early going with the visitors content to defend their series lead and wait for chances on the break.


The first chance for Puerto Rico would come just six minutes in when Joshua Hansen unleashed a right footed effort from twenty yards out that whistled just past the post.


Merely one minute later, the game would take another strange turn when Marathon defender Astor Henriquez was forced to leave the match with injury only to be replaced by the much more attack minded Mariano Acevedo.


A threaded ball through from the right side almost got Marathon on the board in the 18th minute. Palacios found a bit of space in the box, but the defending from Puerto Rico was too good and the shot was blocked well.


Marathon began to assert more control on the game as the half wore on, stringing together several good series of passes. But the home side could not turn the good play into many opportunities.


One decent chance fell to the Green Monsters in the 23rd when Palacios slipped a teammate in, but Islander ‘keeper Bill Gaudett was in good position and the game remained level.


Mario Berrios had a good crack at goal for Marathon in the 33rd minute, but the shot came from distance and Gaudett was able to save comfortably again.


The match opened up a bit in the dying minutes of the first half as Puerto Rico began to venture forward. Marathon found more space on the break with the visitors pushing numbers forward. Neither team could find a telling ball in the final third, however, and the match would go to the break on level terms.


Second Half


Marathon came out on the front foot in the second half despite a curious decision to bring on Emil Martinez for Palacios at the half.


A bit of wizardry from Martinez almost explained the decision straight away as the winger broke through the Islander defense and played a decent ball across the frame of goal. The resulting open play found Acevedo in a bit of space and the first half sub rifled a shot that went wide of the post.


Noah Delgado had the first chance of the half for Puerto Rico when he found a bit a space inside the box, but could not curl his shot into the upper corner.


A defensive gaffe almost led to a breakthrough for the Islanders when a poor trap from a Marathon defender fell to Jagdeosingh. The Trinidadian’s effort was well struck and forced a brilliant save, but in the end did not find the net.


With Marathon controlling most of the run of play it seemed as though the better chances continually fell to Puerto Rico and in the 66th Nicolas Adderley forced another great save form Marathon ‘keeper Juan Obelar.


Puerto Rico did well to slow the pace and control more of the ball after Adderley’s chance, but was almost caught out in the 72nd when Saul Martinez got a touch on a cross in front of Gaudett, but could only push the ball over the post. Moments later another break from Marathon saw a ball threaded across the frame with no strikers in place to get the final touch.


Still, it was the visitors who put together a few long spells of possession, trying to kill off the match.


Marathon had a great chance in the 82nd when Saul Martinez ripped a shot from just outside the box. The right footed effort beat Gaudett only to bang off the woodwork and continue the frustration for the home side.


The game took a nasty turn late on when assistant coaches from both teams were sent off and involved in a minor scuffle on the way to the locker room after a hard foul was committed by one of the Islanders.


With the game coming to a close and the Islanders playing defense with ten men behind the ball, it would be the visitors who found a breakthrough. Nicolas Adderly was found with a through ball after Puerto Rico gained possession close to midfield. The Jamaican outpaced Marathon ’s back line a slotted home the goal, clinching his team’s birth in the final four.


The final whistle sounded minutes later with the USL side 1-0 winners.

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Santos Stun Montreal With Amazing Comeback

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The Estadio Corona in Torreon, Mexico was the site was for the final match of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals. And what a thriller it turned out to be.

The fixture saw the visiting Montreal Impact come in with a two-goal advantage on aggregate to take on a powerful Santos Laguna side. Santos brought out all of the big guns on their roster for this one, in hopes of rescuing a semifinal birth from the USL side.

First Half

The stadium was rocking as the match kicked off with the Santos faithful doing their best to give the home side the same type of support the Montreal received in the first leg. Both teams looked sloppy in the early going, but it was clear from the outset that this was going to be a fast-paced match.

Just when it seemed that Montreal would weather the early storm of pressure from Santos, the home side struck in the 15th through Christian Benitez. The Montreal midfield allowed far too much space for a cross from the left flank and the Ecuadorian made no mistake on the header, pounding it back across the frame and into the net.

Benitez was busy again just moments later. The striker collected a ball in the box and laid it off to an onrushing teammate, but the shot was blocked well by the Impact defense.

The pressure from the home side continued into the 20th minute when Matias Vuoso got his head on another well struck cross. Impact ‘keeper Matt Jordan was on his toes and collected the ball well, but Santos was certainly threatening to collect a second.

The game turned suddenly in the 24th when a major gaffe from the Santos back line allowed Roberto Brown to level the match. A lazy back pass slipped between Santos’ center backs and Brown reacted first. The Panamanian slid between the defenders and beat Oswaldo Sanchez with ease.

With the game level the onus was all on the home side, who were now in need of three goals to earn a spot in the semifinals. To Santos’ credit they almost pulled one back in the 31st when a low cross came in across the face of goal. But Vuoso could not get a touch on it before the Montreal defense cleared.

Santos took another hit in the 34th when Sanchez had to leave the match with injury. The loss of the number one ‘keeper cost the home side dearly just moments later when Eduardo Sebrango wrong-footed Sanchez’s replacement and gave Montreal a 2-1 lead. Vuoso tried to pull the goal back in the 40th with a nice hit from just outside the box, but Jordan was there once again and pushed the shot wide of the post.

Jordan came up with another brilliant save in the 42nd when Santos got a touch on a floated ball in just in front of the Montreal net. Moments later claims for a handball in the box came from the home team, but the referee saw otherwise and the match went to the break with Montreal leading 2-1.

Second Half

Santos came out hot in the second half with Daniel Luduena ripping a shot from the left corner of the box that sailed just past the far post. The pressure continued with Sanotos creating a couple more half chances before the 50th minute, but the Montreal defense held firm.

The match equalizer would come in the 54th from Vuoso when Jordan made his first mistake of the match. The Montreal ‘keeper spilled a ball from the right back in front of his net and Vuoso tapped home the goal.

Second half substitute Carlos Quintero came very close to reclaiming the lead for the home side minutes later.

The Columbian’s riffle of a shot bounced off the woodwork after having Jordan clearly beaten and the rebound was saved well. The visitors managed to slow the pace in the following ten minutes, but the Impact were clearly becoming more content to defend with ten men behind the ball.

Quintero continued to trouble the Montreal back line with his dazzling skills on the ball. In the 70th it looked as though the Columbian had scored to give Santos the lead, but he was judged to be in an offside position.

In the 75th Santos finally got the much deserved goal when Quintero split two defenders with a deft pass.

The ball was redirected from the touchline back in front of goal and Vuoso was there to collect his second tally of the night.

Over the final fifteen minutes, Santos put on an attacking clinic with slashing runs, well struck crosses, and brilliant passing combinations.

The great attacking play almost paid off in the 89th when Santos had a sure goal blocked by Christian Benitez, who could not get out of the shot's way in time.

Benitez would make amends in stoppage time when his cross set up Santos for their fourth goal of the night, courtesy of Quintero.

But the job was not yet done.

Quintero came to the rescue again at the death of the match when he snuck in behind the Montreal defense and finished in fine form, completing an amazing comeback victory for the home side. The final goal sent Montreal packing from the competition and assured that Mexico would be well represented in the semifinals.

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