Tuesday, July 28, 2015

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The Mexican Football Federation fired the 47-year-old without announcing his successor. Goal takes a look at eight potential candidates who could coach El Tri.

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CONCACAF's most important tournament is broken, but it's not beyond fixing, writes Jon Arnold.

Monday, July 27, 2015

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One day after his team won the Gold Cup, the Mexico manager could have put himself in hot water after allegedly assaulting a journalist at the airport

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Allegations of corruption, deplorable fan behavior and poor playing conditions have turned an enticing tournament into a sideshow, writes Thomas Floyd.

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After numerous unconvincing performances, Mexico earned the praise of coach Miguel Herrera following its CONCACAF Gold Cup triumph.

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The Caribbean nation is feeling positive ahead of World Cup qualifying, despite its Gold Cup run ending with a 3-1 loss to Mexico in Sunday's final.

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After advancing to the Gold Cup final in controversial fashion, Mexico left no doubt that it was the superior side as it brushed aside Jamaica, writes Seth Vertelney.

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In a tournament that was supposed to be a showcase for other high-profile Mexican stars, it was the midfielder who grabbed the mantle and led El Tri to glory.

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The regional rivals will meet in California to fight for a place in the international tournament Russia in 2017.

Sunday, July 26, 2015

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Clint Dempsey and Brad Guzan claimed awards as Andres Guardado celebrated Mexico's CONCACAF Gold Cup win with one of his own.

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Jamaica had few answers to a rampant Mexico in Philadelphia, as Miguel Herrera's team completed an incredible CONCACAF Gold Cup recovery.

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Andres Guardado, Jesus "Tecatito" Corona and Oribe Peralta scored as Mexico coasted to the Gold Cup title with a 3-1 win over Jamaica.

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The Caribbean nation have never reached a Gold Cup final before, whereas the Central Americans have won it six times. Follow the final LIVE!

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U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati broke his recent silence on Saturday to back U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann after his team's Gold Cup failure.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

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The U.S. national team sleepwalked through much of Saturday's Gold Cup third-place match, leaving Jurgen Klinsmann grasping at straws.

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Jurgen Klinsmann said he would call Tim Howard next week about the goalkeeper's potential return to the U.S. national team but didn't make any guarantees.

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The Houston Dynamo left back missed the decisive penalty kick in the USA's third-place game loss and says he's open to playing more international matches.