A strong performance in Brazil has put a number of high-profile Mexico stars in the thoughts of many big clubs in Europe.
Monday, July 7, 2014
Friday, July 4, 2014
Jesus Martinez Murguia says there is "nothing concrete" regarding a possible move for the holding midfielder.
Goal columnist Ives Galarcep and Sporting News writer Mike DeCourcy are in Brazil to provide updates throughout the tournament.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Mexico will have to wait for 2018 as it searches for a fifth game, and some veteran players will require replacements.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
After taking a limping El Tri and impressing on the way to a second-round exit at the hands of the Netherlands, Miguel Herrera wants to keep his job as Mexico manager.
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A number of clubs have enquired about the Mexican goalkeeper’s situation following the expiration of his contract with Ligue 2 side Ajaccio.
The Mexico boss led a solid turnaround for El Tri after a hard road in 2013 for the team and would like to stay on as boss of the national side.
Despite some questioning the coach's tactics during the World Cup, the United States is clearly moving in the right direction under Klinsmann.
FIFA has confirmed that no retrospective action will be taken against the Dutch international after he revealed he exaggerated contact against Mexico.
Monday, June 30, 2014
When asked if the Mexican goalkeeper would excel in the English league, former U.S. international shot-stopper said the league "is not for every goalkeeper."
The center back suffered a fracture in Mexico's loss to the Netherlands, which will likely keep him out of action for several months and derail a move to a bigger club.
The Netherlands winger did not cheat the game. He did not attempt to fool the official; he only assured the foul committed by the Mexican defender.
Sunday, June 29, 2014
The defender's club team Espanyol confirmed that he had suffered a broken leg during El Tri's 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands in the World Cup round of 16.
The goalscorer believes the officiating benefited the team from a more recognized footballing nation.
The Bayern Munich winger won a spot kick in injury time to enable Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to score the winner but admitted going to ground too easily earlier in the match.
While the Dutch winger took a dive that led to the winning penalty kick, the focus shouldn't be put squarely on the ref after coach Miguel Herrera made some questionable moves.
The former America boss was furious that Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca failed to caution Arjen Robben for diving and then awarded the winger a decisive late penalty
The goalkeeper came up with a pair of big saves to protect Mexico's lead and couldn't be faulted for either of the Netherlands' late goals.
Mexico is out of the World Cup after a gut-wrenching defeat to the Netherlands that saw El Tri concede twice late.