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Worthy tribute: The San Pedro Sula sports complex will now be called Chelato Uclés - Diez

Worthy tribute: The San Pedro Sula sports complex will now be called Chelato Uclés – Diez

Jose de la Paz Herrera, Commonly known as Chelato UchlesHe died on April 29 in a hospital in Tegucigalpa, which dealt a heavy blow to the football world in Honduras.

Today, in his honor, the San Pedro Sula municipal authorities requested that the sports complex of the aforementioned city be named after the former technician, Chelato Uchles, Who was the first to class bicolour in the World Cup, 1982 World Cup.

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It should be noted that this facility consists of sports facilities called as such: 1) the Olympic Stadium, 2) the first sports center for indoor sports practices. 3) Olympic swimming pool complex, 4) baseball field, 5) paved cycling path, 6) parking area and several open fields for tennis, football and volleyball.

The name “Complejo Deportivo Motropolitano de Sula” located at 33 (33) Street will be changed to “COMPLEJO OLIMPICO MUNICIPAL JOSÉ DE LA PAZ HERRERA UCLÉS, Chelato Uchles’.

Undoubtedly, former coach Catracho has left an irreplaceable void in the history of sports in Honduras and the fans, so a worthy tribute is being sought in San Pedro Sula, the city known as the home of the Honduran national team.

In the San Pedro Sula sports complex is the headquarters of the national team, we refer to the Olympic Stadium.

Chelato He is so loved in San Pedro Sula that he made a champion for Real Spain and was also at the helm of a marathon, leaving an indelible mark.

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On the other hand, a parchment was also requested to be handed over to the closest relative of Artistic J.osé de la Paz Herrera (QDDG), as a private act and a posthumous recognition of his sports work.