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Toronto FC drops Honduran star Guevara
by Paul Kennedy, December 18th, 2009 7AM
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[MLS]Honduran national team captain Amado Guevarawon't be returning to Toronto FC in 2010. The news that TFC didn't pick up Guevara's option comes as no surprise. The Canadian team recently hired former Chivas SA coach Preki, who had a falling out with Guevara in 2007 and dealt him to Toronto.

The 33-year-old Guevara was one of the most popular players on Toronto, playing 46 games in two-plus seasons for TFC.

His nine goals are tied for third with Chad Barrett all-time on TFC, behind only Danny Dichio (14 goals) Dwayne De Rosario (11). His 10 assists are tied for first with Marvell Wynne.

Guevara has returned to Honduras, where he signed with Motagua.

TFC also declined options on Argentine forward Pablo Vitti and Haitian defender Lesly Fellinga.

 



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