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Galaxy first means resisting loan deals in 2018

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Nov 15, 2017) US Soccer Players - The LA Galaxy's disastrous 2017 MLS campaign left much destruction in its wake. Coaches and executives lost their jobs or faced demotions. The club showed players the exit. New faces both on and off the field came and will undoubtedly arrive to help right the wrongs in 2018.

The November friendlies count for Mexico

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Nov 8, 2017) US Soccer Players - The windy and tumultuous path known as World Cup qualifying yielded positive results for Mexico as El Tricolor will play in its seventh consecutive World Cup next summer in Russia. Now that the dust has settled on qualifying, El Tri will start the next phase of its journey as preparations for Russia begin in earnest.

Mexico 2018 World Cup adidas Home Jersey

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adidas and la Federación Mexicana de Futbol (FMF) have officially released the Mexico 2018 FIFA World Cup home jersey. The new kit will see its debut when El Tri meets fellow World Cup qualifiers Belgium and Poland in international friendly action over the next two weeks. The shirt will be available atWorld Soccer Shop,Subside Sports,UK [.

Mexican national team director: Jonathan Gonzalez chooses USMNT, but El Tri still pushing

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After breaking through as one of the brighter prospects in North American soccer, Jonathan Gonzalez is expected to join the U.S. Men's National Team over Mexico. However, El Tri isn't done pushing for the young midfielder

According toDennis Te Kloese, Director of National Teams for the Mexican Football Federation, the young Monterrey midfielder has made it clear that he wishes to join the U.

Does Mexico have a momentum problem?

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Oct 11, 2017) US Soccer Players - With World Cup qualifying now complete for Mexico, the attention will soon focus on the future. The World Cup draw, tune-ups against European foes before and after FIFA draws teams into groups. The endless debate on what the 23-man roster for Russia should look like.

The last week of the Hexagonal

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Oct 4, 2017) US Soccer Players - The CONCACAF Hexagonal will culminate over the next week. Come Tuesday evening, three national teams will be making plans for Russian accommodations. Another team will eye Asia for their own passage. Two will be left wondering what could have been.

Gio Dos Santos reaches a century with Mexico amid questions

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Sep 6, 2017) US Soccer Players - When Mexico played at Costa Rica in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier, the match itself was a bit anticlimactic for the visitors. Mexico had already wrapped up a berth in Russia 2018 the match prior and a lopsided result either way would not have made a difference.

Mexico isn’t sweating World Cup qualifying and neither or their fans

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Aug 30, 2017) US Soccer Players - There's something to say for tranquility. For once, Mexico is not flailing about in World Cup qualifying. There are no imminent sackings or roster shake-ups. Mexico only needs one positive result in the next few days to book passage to Russia 2018.

LA’s MLS teams keep Mexico in mind

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Aug 23, 2017) US Soccer Players - If you build it, so the saying goes, they will come. In Major League Soccer's early days, the league created its own spin to that - if you load your rosters with them, they will come, where "them" meant players from an ethnic group and "they" were fans of that same group.

Why is it so difficult to keep coaching Mexico?

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Jul 26, 2017) US Soccer Players - Peace and tranquility is a myth, at least within the Mexican national team's coaching ranks. Disarray is harmony. Pandemonium and lawlessness is Mexico's peace and order.

Mexico national team coach Juan Carlos Osorio is under heavy fire in Mexico for the obvious reasons.

Preview: USMNT vs Jamaica

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By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (July 24, 2017) US Soccer Players – This summer's edition of the Gold Cup has been a strange one. Favorites such as the United States and Mexico, who fielded a B team, had struggled big time during much of the tournament. CONCACAF had egg on its face following the incident with French Guiana fielding Florent Malouda knowing he was ineligible.

Jamaica hold Mexico to goalless draw

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Los Angeles (AFP) – Defending champions Mexico couldn’t make their dominance pay dividends on Thursday as they were held to a frustrating scoreless draw by Jamaica in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

In a rematch of the 2015 final won by Mexico, El Tri dominated possession but couldn’t get the ball into the net of Jamaican keeper Andre Blake.

El Tri in qualifying, the Confederations Cup, and the Gold Cup

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Jun 7, 2017) US Soccer Players - Busy summers are part and parcel for national teams. For Mexico though this summer will be busy and historic, with long-lasting effects that could set El Tri up well for the next few years. Whether or not all that comes to fruition depends on how coach Juan Carlos Osorio and the players respond and what they prioritize.

Mexico takes over the Hexagonal

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Mar 29, 2017) US Soccer Players - Most years, CONCACAF World Cup qualifying is anything but routine for Mexico. More often than not, Mexico has struggled during the qualification phase, struggles that often necessitate a coaching change and roster overhaul.

This is not one of those years.

Mexico’s home World Cup qualifying schedule

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Mar 22, 2017) US Soccer Players - For all the pressure and fear associated with World Cup qualifying, there is a rather simple formula for CONCACAF teams seeking entry to the world's biggest sporting spectacle. Take care of business at home.

It's a tried-and-true formula, really.

U.S. U-20s vs. Mexico: Your Running Commentary

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The United States' rivalry with Mexico resumes on Monday, and a World Cup berth is on the line.

After advaincing from the group stage, the U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team takes on El Tri on Monday in the first match of th second round of World Cup qualifying. Mexico enters with a perfect record of three clean sheets, while the U.

Friday Kickoff: Mexico, Rooney, Silva and more

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El Tri's manager says the team will be sticking with tradition while leadership from a major Chinese city denied interest in a big star.

Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio says El Tri will continue to use the Estadio Azteca as the team's hope stadium.

Mexico sets an easier path through the Hex

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Mexico can rely on a late run of home games in the Hexagonal round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, but they're already doing enough.

USMNT, Pulisic, and youth

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The USMNT formation and tactical shift cost them against Mexico, but it's important not to lose sight of the bigger picture.

USA vs. Mexico 2016: Time, live stream, TV schedule, and 3 things to know

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The USMNT opens the final stage of World Cup qualifying against El Tri in a very familiar venue

The United States faces Mexico tonight as the Hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying gets underway throughout CONCACAF. It's the biggest USMNT game since Tim Howard's exploits carried the Americans to overtime against Belgium in the round of 16 in Brazil over two years ago.

USMNT vets looking to guide youngsters through Mexico clash

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For members of the U.S. Men's National Team, Mexico is a whole differentballgame. Matches are intense and physical, boasting a new level of meanness unseen against other CONCACAF foes. It's a unique experience, one hard to comprehend for those that haven't experienced it first-hand.

Consistency is key for Gio dos Santos

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Gio dos Santos made a successful return for Mexico dring the October friendlies, but can he be reliable in games that count?

Gio dos Santos returns for Mexico

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Gio dos Santos's form with the LA Galaxy means another shot with Mexico, but he needs to do more to return as an El Tri favorite.

The end of the Azteca advantage?

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If Mexico is serious about playing World Cup qualifiers in other stadiums, there are enough reasons for leaving Estadio Azteca.

Mexico tries to forget their last Hex

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Before penciling in Mexico as the favorite in the Hexagonal, it's worth considering how their form has slipped since the Copa Centenario.

Mexico has the Copa Centenario to lose

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Its a different scenario for Mexico in the Copa Centenario, with their sizable home field advantage adding to the pressure to win.

Copa America Group C Recaps - Watson, Jamaica Eliminated; Mexico, Venezuela Advance

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Revs defender Je-Vaughn Watson and the Reggae Boyz were eliminated from the tournament along with Uruguay on Thursday night.

VenNew England Revolution defender Je-Vaughn Watson and Jamaica are out of Copa America after a 2-0 loss to Mexico at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA, last night.

Watson went 90 minutes in defense, starting the game at left back and was the only player cautioned in the game following a 27th minute foul against El Tri's Javier Hernandez.

Mexico vs. Jamaica live stream: Game time, TV schedule and live stream for Copa America 2016

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El Tri could seal a spot in the knockout round if tonight's results work out for them

The Copa America Centenario rumbles on tonight, with Group C pairing off into all-CONCACAF and all-CONMEBOL games. Uruguay will take on Venezuela in the early game, while Mexico will face Jamaica at the Rose Bowl.

Mexico’s honeymoon phase

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The Copa Centenario is already going well for Mexico, validating the FMF's decision to hire coach Juan Carlos Osorio.

Mexico vs. Uruguay live stream: Game time, TV schedule and live stream for Copa America 2016

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El Tri opens their Copa campaign against the 2011 winners and we have the info on how to watch the games today.

Day 3 of Copa America brings us action from Group C today, with two matches on the schedule, but Mexico's Copa opener against Uruguay is probably going to get the majority of the attention.

Mexico has more to lose at the Copa Centenario than the USMNT

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The USMNT has the pressure as the host country, but it's Mexico with the most on the line at the 2016 Copa Centenario.

Mexico in the Copa Centenario and the Olympics

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Mexico National Team coach Juan Carlos Osorio has the players to compete in the Copa Centenario and the Olympics this summer.

Mexico advances to the Hexagonal

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Mexico advanced to the Hexagonal round of 2018 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying with two games to spare with a win over Canada. Read More

CONCACAF WCQ Rewind: Mexico cruises past Canada and more

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While draws were a common result on Friday, several teams picked up crucial victories in CONCACAF's fourth round of World Cup qualifying.

A total of 16 goals were scored across the six matches played yesterday, with Mexico and Trinidad & Tobago breaking out for three goals each. El Tri was paced by Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez's return to the team, after impressing this club season with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.

Mexico 2016 Copa América Centenario adidas Home Jersey

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adidas and la Federación Mexicana de Futbol (FMF) officially presented the Mexico 2016 home jersey. [...]

Copa America 2016: The Top Five Can’t-Miss Group Matches

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This summer's Copa America Centenario is expected to be the biggest soccer tournament on US soil since the 1994 World Cup. After the draw last week, excitement is already starting to build for this historic South American tournament, which is the most competitive tournament in the world.

With many of the biggest stars in world soccer including Neymar, Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi expected to play, these are the five group games that I'm looking forward to the most:

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El Tri coach Juan Carlos Osorio raises a familiar issue for MLS

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Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has already clarified his statements, but his point about MLS as a career option won't go away. Read More

The Rest

Gonzalez praises Arena's preparation, criticizes Klinsmann

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Omar Gonzalez admitted that he was one of several U.S. Men's National Team players surprised to hear Bruce Arena wanted to revert back to a three-at-the-back system against Mexico. After being battered by El Tri while playing a similar formation back in the fall, there was an obvious hesitation towards giving it another go at the Azteca.

Footy On The Telly June 9 – 16

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This week it's World Cup Qualifying, the US v El Tri, the U20 World Cup Finals, a dash of MLS, some Friendlies, African Cup of Nations, and the Spanish Segunda with the most televised club fixtures.

Major Link Soccer: Venezuela take down Uruguay, El Tri cruise past Jamaica

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El Tri dispatch Jamaica with relative ease. Gyasi Zardes' first touch is so good it needed a highlight video. Atlanta United are hot in pursuit of Andres Guardado.

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Venezuela made a first-half goal Saloman Rondon hold up for a 1-0 win over Uruguay. That makes two straight victories for La Vinotinto, who are sitting pretty at the top of Group C.