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He just had his debut with the national team against Ecuador. Damm is just below Gareth Bale on the list.
Most of the best players belong to European teams, but not all the fastest players in the planet are in Europe. Jurgen Damn, a young player from Mexico is making headlines after a list set him as the second fastest footballer in the world.
The 22-year-old player who belongs to Pachuca, a first division team in Mexico, is just behind Gareth Bale on that list. What is more impressive is that he... Read the rest of the article »
Miguel Herrera's crew showed the highest attendance average for a National Team in 2014, surpassing the USMNT, among others.
Mexico's National Team usually gets a lot of attention when playing friendly matches in the United States, but their attendance numbers are something to consider when Miguel Herrera's team visits American soil.
During last year's international breaks, El Tri played eight friendly matches in the U.S., with an average attendance of 57, 250 fans per game. This stats reveal that even in a small... Read the rest of the article »
After the huge success of the black shirt used in the 2010 World Cup, the team's sponsor decided to bring back the color for a game-packed 2015.
The Mexican Football Federation and their sponsor Adidas unveiled the new kit for Mexico's National Team. Miguel Herrera's men will have a tight schedule in 2015, where they will take part of the Copa America in Chile and the Gold Cup, where they will fight for a spot in the 2017 edition of the FIFA Confederations Cup. The teams colours will include a black jersey for home games, while their away kit... Read the rest of the article »
Watch the Mexican team complete their European tour against Belarus, a team that's coming from a tough loss against former World Champion Spain.
The Mexican team will complete their International matches for 2014 with a visit to Belarus. This will be the first time Miguel Herrera's crew land in this territory, where low temperatures and an unknown environment will be waiting for them.
It seems Mexico have taken a turn into the right direction for the first time in years. After an above-average performance in this summer's World Cup... Read the rest of the article »
The Real Sociedad player estranged himself from his National Team since 2010, and will be making a comeback with Mexico tomorrow
After a four-year absence with El Tri, one of the most important Mexican strikers will return to play with his National Team. Carlos Vela was confirmed as a starter for tomorrow's game against The Netherlands in what's been labeled as a rematch for the Round of 16 match between the two sides during last summer's World Cup.
Miguel Herrera, Mexico's coach, revealed that everyone inside the group... Read the rest of the article »
Real Sociedad's player has refused several times to join the Mexican National Team, but El Tri's coach will give him one more chance to reconsider.
Mexico's favorite novel may come to an end soon. After refusing several times to join El Tri, Mexican Carlos Vela has been called up by Miguel Herrera for next month's friendly matches against The Netherlands and Belarus. Recently, the Real Sociedad wingman assured this was not an appropriate time to play with his National Team, but Herrera wanted to end the controversy surrounding Vela, so he decided... Read the rest of the article »
The Mexican defender stated after this year's World Cup that his days with El Tri were over, but playing in Serie A has re-ignited his will to play for Mexico
Mexican center back Rafael Marquez changed his mind about defending El Tri once again. The former Barcelona and Monaco player stated today he feels quite capable of playing under coach Miguel Herrera, as long as Mexico's manager feels he can give something back to the green and white.
"I think that playing in a league such as Serie A has given me the motivation I needed. I believe I can... Read the rest of the article »
Just after last Saturday's friendly against Chile, Mexican coach Miguel Herrera was informed his squad would be short on men for this night's friendly against Bolivia
Not everything's good news for Mexico's National Team. With one game pending in their North American tour, Miguel Herrera has seen his squad cut short, following injuries to three of his starters last Saturday against Chile.
Francisco Rodriguez, the former PSV Eindhoven and Stuttgart player, came down with an injury to his left leg, which will keep him off the pitch for at least two weeks.... Read the rest of the article »
Vela has sidelined himself from Mexico’s National Team since 2010 citing “personal reasons”. Coach Miguel Herrera wants him back if he is willing to return.
Carlos Vela has been reluctant to play for El Tri for almost four years. The player has never said why he refuses to join El Tri, and this time, Miguel Herrera and FEMEXFUT’s officer Hector Gonzalez want him back for good.
“I know he’s been in touch with Giovani (Dos Santos), with Guardado and Hector Moreno, asking them about how things were around the team during the World... Read the rest of the article »
Salcido played 122 matches for his National team. He was called up for Mexico’s friendly matches being held in September.
Just 24 hours after being called up by Coach Miguel Herrera, center back Carlos Salcido announced his retirement from Mexico’s National Team. Salcido called a press conference, where he let the media know why he is taking this decision:
“I’m happy with everything I had the chance to experience, but it’s time for me to step aside and let a new generation of players take... Read the rest of the article »
After this announcement, Mexico will only have to fill in the friendly matches for October, which will be held in their country.
Mexico’s football federation (FMF) confirmed via a press release El Tri will be playing in Europe for the first time since 2010.
The Mexican side, one of the most underrated during the past World Cup in Brazil, starts the new four year term playing against The Netherlands, in a match to be held at the world famous Amsterdam Arena, home of AFC Ajax, on November 12th. After this, Miguel... Read the rest of the article »
Despite already being written off, the Kiwis have a great chance of securing a place in Brazil as they prepare to take on Mexico.
Thanks to Graham Zusi who scored for the US national side against Panama a few weeks back, Mexico managed to secure fourth place in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers last month. There was relief all across Mexico as the national side had made quite a meal of things during the qualification campaign.
On the other side of the world however, the reaction was viewed with quite indignation.
After... Read the rest of the article »
Panama came out on top when both sides met earlier in the competition. LiveSoccerTV shows you where to watch this match live with Mexico looking slightly more confident heading into it.
Preview: Panama looking for another historic victory
When both these sides took the field in their opening match of the group stage, Mexico undoubtedly had a hand full of question marks surrounding their manager. After losing that match 2-1, angry Mexican fans expressed their concern surrounding Manuel de la Torre's job security.
Fortunately for de la Torre, El Tri has managed to bounce... Read the rest of the article »
Some of the biggest networks in the world – Sportsnet World, ESPN, Univision and Fox Soccer – are preparing for the live broadcast of Mexico vs Panama on Sunday, July 7, 2013.
Preview: M. Fabian's El Tri eyeing a positive start
This Gold Cup fixture will open El Tri’s defence of their CONCACAF title. The good news for the Mexicans’ backline is that it will not need to contain Blas Perez at the Rose Bowl. The Panama striker has opted to miss this encounter for tonight’s big MLS clash between FC Dallas and LA Galaxy due to take place at the StubHub... Read the rest of the article »
Costa Rica vs Mexico airs live from the Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica in San Jose on Telemundo. Kick-off time for viewers in USA is 19:30 EST.
Eight players from the Mexican squad that clinched gold at the London 2012 Olympics have been called up by Jose Manuel de la Torre. The coach will demand a positive attitude from his side after the defeat to the United States last month.
Chicharito is set to play a major role for Mexico against Costa Rica. The Manchester United striker did not take part in El Tri’s Olympic triumph this summer... Read the rest of the article »
Despite the fact that the Monarcas may very well win the Clausura 2011, Rafael Marquez Lugo will probably not get all the recognition he deserves from his splendid season and post-season efforts.
By: C.I. Sanchez
Alas he has been overlooked for Mexico’s Gold Cup squad—eclipsed by Monterrey’s Aldo De Nigris and his own teammate, Elias Hernandez. Yet Marquez Lugo has been a consistent drive in Morelia’s fight to the championship and should be allowed to play for El Tri.
Perhaps the grounds for neglecting Marquez Lugo centre on the notion that he is neither an “old pro... Read the rest of the article »
A turbulent mini-era of Mexican football ends in Ciudad Juárez as El Tri draw with a brave Venezuela.
Mexico bid adieu to a roller coaster 2010 by playing what can only be described as a charity match in violence-torn Ciudad Juárez against a Venezuela team that are putting the rest of South America on notice with their rapid development. Two Juan Arango goals from set pieces provided all of the Vinotinto's offense, while Manchester United's Javier Hernández and Tottenham's Giovani dos... Read the rest of the article »
El Tri will take the pitch in its last match of 2010, celebrating the swan song against Venezuela.
After the referee blows his whistle to end hostilities between Mexico and Venezuela, fans will likely be seeing the last of many wearing the characteristic green uniform of the CONCACAF giants.
They'll definitely be seeing the last of Efrain Flores on the touchline. A new era is expected to be ushered in in the following weeks, with either Toluca boss José Manuel de la Torre or Monterrey manager... Read the rest of the article »
Qualification for the finals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa resumes around the world on September 5th.
In the CONCACAF region, the table’s leaders Costa Rica host the 2009 Gold Cup champions Mexico in what promises to be a thrilling encounter.
Mexico are favorites again
El Tri are currently out of the qualification zone as they seat fourth in the six-team group table. They’ve picked up only 9 points from a possible 18. These facts indeed reveal their reality in which Mexico... Read the rest of the article »
It surely started well for El Tri against Panama, but the way things ended was worse than one could ever think. A fourth minute opener thought to have put things on the right track for Mexico, but troubles were just about to arrive.
An equalizer for Panama and two red cars for El Tri meant that Mexico had suffered a bad day.
Next up is a match against Guadeloupe in round 3 of the Gold Cup tournament. Can Mexico overcome the challenges and qualify to the quarterfinals of the competition?
Coach Javier Aguirre will be unable to support his boys from the touch line; the Mexican boss was given a red card in the last moments... Read the rest of the article »