The Mexico manager has a bit of doubt in central midfield but otherwise knows who he will deploy against Bolivia.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Goal's Jon Arnold takes a look at El Tri's most important player and other topics surrounding the team at the Copa America in Chile.
An inexperienced Mexico will look to build momentum against hapless Bolivia at the 2015 Copa America on Friday.
Miguel Herrera and Mexico open their Copa America schedule Friday against Bolivia before taking on Ecuador and host nation Chile.
The U.S. national team midfielder has made the leap from second-tier Minnesota United to Liga MX.
Mexican teams conducted their business Wednesday, with a number of players switching teams.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
U.S. midfielders Joe Corona and Miguel Ibarra also found new homes in Mexico.
The forwards are set to reunite in the United States and contest the CONCACAF championship.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Ronaldinho's Mexico adventure is set to come to an end after just one season with Liga MX outfit Queretaro.
El Tri began its preparations in Chile with Miguel Herrera working out several players who could form part of the starting XI in Friday's opener.
Host Chile is eyeing its first ever Copa America as Brazil looks to restore pride.
Twelve nations are ready to go in search of glory at the Copa America, we give the lowdown on each of the three groups.
Though there have been poor results and controversy ahead of the tournament, El Tri can put that to one side, writes Jon Arnold.
Monday, June 8, 2015
The Mexican league announced its calendar for the 2015 Apertura.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez would relish a move back to Real Madrid, but only if he plays more first-team soccer.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
A much-changed Selecao cruised to a 2-0 win in Sao Paulo on Sunday, leaving the boss a number of quandaries ahead of this month's Copa America.
Goal took in the action in Sao Paolo, where the Selecao made it nine straight wins after dispatching El Tri in their penultimate Copa America warm up.
Brazil continued its perfect record in Dunga's second spell in charge with a 2-0 friendly win over Mexico on Sunday.
The South Americans continue their preparations for the Copa America with a friendly against their North American counterparts
Saturday, June 6, 2015
Between 1950 and 2014, the two sides have met 39 times. The Selecao won 22 matches and El Tri just 10, but Brazilian fans certainly suffered some hard defeats along the way.