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Hex Foes Abroad

United States Sets Sights on Jamaica, Panama

The U.S. has qualified, rendering the final two Hex matches somewhat academic. Still, you need to keep tabs on the best of the best from Jamaica and Panama. Now, onward.
BY Jon Arnold Posted
September 17, 2013
11:15 AM
As a friendly reminder, Honduran, Costa Rican, and Mexican players will make sporadic appearances in the CONCACF Report but not in Hex Foes Abroad since the U.S. won't see them again in the Hex.

Wes Morgan, newly capped for the Reggae Boyz, got a win in his return to club football with Leicster City beating Wigan, 2-0.

Rodolph Austin went the full 90 and helped his Leeds team best countryman Jermaine Beckford's Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium. Beckford entered the 1-0 match in the 62nd minute.

Quick turnaround for Daniel Gordon who went the full 90 Friday for Karlsruher. He couldn't get a win with his club falling 1-0 to Paderborn.

Chris Humphrey started and made way after 72 minutes in a 3-0 Preston North End victory.

90 minutes, no goals for Theo Robinson for Doncaster Rovers in a 0-0 result against Huddersfield Town.

Jermaine Johnson came on after the hour mark for Sheffield Wednesday and was booked in the 1-1 draw.

Lloyd Doyley was an unused substitute in Watford's 1-1 draw against Charlton Athletic.

Adrian Mariappa is still awaiting his Hull debut.

Jobi McAnuff was on the bench for Reading's 0-0 draw with Brighton and Hove Albion. Garath McCleary and Shaun Cummings didn't make the squad.

Luton Shelton was an unused substitute for Volga in a 1-0 loss to Spartak Moscow. Yuri Movsisyan, the former Real Salt Lake forward, scored the winning goal.

Marvin Elliott sat out Bristol City's loss to Peterborough United.

Marlon King still doesn't have a club, despite rumors he'd join Sheffield United.

Roberto Chen was an unused substitute for Malaga in its 5-0 defeat of Rayo Vallecano.

Luis Henriquez was back in the center back slot for Lech Poznan who took a 2-0 loss at Slask Wroclaw.

Roman Torres had a quiet return to domestic action, playing all of a 0-0 Millonarios draw against Independiente.

Amilcar Henriquez wasn't able to get a point in his return, though he too played the full 90. Medellin lost to league leaders Atletico Nacional by a 2-0 mark.

Jairo Jimenez played for Panama in both its qualifiers but didn't get minutes when Elche Ilicitano returned to action with a 4-0 loss in the Spanish Segunda B.

FĂ©nix lost to Defensor Sporting, giving that club it's first victory this season in Uruguay's top divison. Forward Cecilio Waterman came on in the second half. Goalkeeper Luis Mejia was an unused substitute.

Are you excited to see a particular Jamaican or Panamanian player face off with the United States? Let us know in the comments.

Jon Arnold is an ASN contributing editor. Follow him on Twitter.

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