Mexico

Friday, April 17, 2015

Thursday, April 16, 2015

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The FIFA president told delegates at the CONCACAF Congress that the federation should automatically send four teams to the 2018 World Cup.

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The Mexico manager assured fans El Tri will square off with the United States in a more significant competition after Wednesday's 2-0 defeat.

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The U.S. held on for a 2-0 win over El Tri, and coach Jurgen Klinsmann has plenty to be happy about after watching the Stanford player lead his team.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

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Mexico struggled with four in the back against the USA on Wednesday, but it could prove to be a worthwhile experiment long term, writes Jon Arnold.

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Michael Bradley played a part in goals from Jordan Morris and Juan Agudelo as the United States enjoyed a 2-0 friendly win in San Antonio.

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A pair of second-half goals from the Stanford and New England Revolution players were enough for the Stars and Stripes to grab a victory over El Tri.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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With most of Mexico's regulars not available on this non-FIFA date, Goal lets you know who to keep an eye on against the U.S.

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The Chivas duo, who both spent time in Major League Soccer, are set to start Wednesday's friendly against the United States.

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The defender is set to face El Tri eight years after leaving the United States to chase his professional soccer dream in Mexico.

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The Mexican-American goalkeeper is staying committed to the United States, even though he could face the country of his birth.

Monday, April 13, 2015

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The Club Tijuana midfielder is set to play in his fourth USA-Mexico match, and he has no regrets about choosing to play for the U.S. instead of El Tri.

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Playing Mexico will mean "the world" to United States forward Gyasi Zardes as the home side looks to reverse a form slump in Texas.

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While the Mexico manager would love to top the United States, he's far more concerned with doing so this summer, writes Jon Arnold.