Sport 'Espionage': Honduras continue drone wars

14:06  14 november  2017
14:06  14 november  2017 Source:   MSN

Honduras accuses Australia of spying by drone

  Honduras accuses Australia of spying by drone <p>Honduras accused Australia of spying on their training sessions with a drone on Monday, as tensions heated up ahead of Wednesday's decisive World Cup playoff match.</p>The Honduran National Football Federation (FENAFUTH) posted on Twitter 18 seconds of footage of a drone flying above Sydney's Olympic Stadium, where the team trained after their long flight from central America.

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It turned out to be nothing more than a family playing with a rather modern toy, yet Honduras coach Jorge Luis Pinto can't let go of the "embarrassing" drone incident engulfing World Cup qualifying preparations.

Spying allegations were directed at the Socceroos on Monday after the Honduran football association caught sight of a drone hovering above their training session at ANZ Stadium.

Upon investigation, the device was found to belong to a father and his children playing in the nearby Cathy Freeman Park.

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Honduras coach Jorge Luis Pinto gestures during a Honduras training session at ANZ Stadium ahead of their World Cup 2018 qualifying play-off against Australia on November 13, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. © Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images Honduras coach Jorge Luis Pinto gestures during a Honduras training session at ANZ Stadium ahead of their World Cup 2018 qualifying play-off against Australia on November 13, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. It was subsequently grounded.

"Let's not be innocent, it's espionage in football," Pinto said on Tuesday.

"Just like VAR (video assistant referee) has made it into football, drones have made their way into espionage."

Socceroos granted clean card slate before World Cup qualifier .
The Socceroos have been handed a major boost ahead of their all-important World Cup qualifying match against Honduras on the 11th of November, granted a clean disciplinary slate by FIFA. Before the ruling, any player who had received a yellow card this qualifying campaign would have been suspended for the second leg against Honduras if they were to pick up another card in the first.FIFA’s announcement means that all past cautions will be disregarded, and the team will be given a clean slate. This essentially guarantees that all players will be eligible to play in Sydney (barring injury).

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