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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Guillermo Cantu backs Ricardo La Volpe as Mexico coach option

Mexico announced Ricardo Ferretti will manage El Tri for their next four matches before heading back to his managerial duties with Tigres, including their Confederations Cup playoff match against the United States.
Mexican international, Giovani dos Santos discusses El Tri's interim coach Ricardo 'Tuca' Ferretti and the support he must get from the full squad.
LA Galaxy midfielder Giovani dos Santos speaks in regards to Major League Soccer's progression, what he hopes to bring to the Galaxy and what it will be like playing against Galaxy teammates when the United States faces Mexico.
Mexican Football Federation president, Decio de Maria has named U.A.N.L Tigres coach, Ricardo 'Tuca' Ferretti, as new interim coach of Mexico for up to four games.
Former Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera sits down in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Jose Ramon Fernandez to discuss his firing and the future of El Tri.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno discusses the players recalled for El Tri's September friendlies and gives the latest on the ongoing search for a new manager.

Guillermo Cantu, new general secretary at the Mexico Football Federation, told ESPN on Tuesday that Ricardo Antonio La Volpe is among several of his personal preferences for the new permanent coach for El Tri.

"In my mind, I have a few," Cantu told ESPN's Jose Ramon Fernandez. "There are interesting coaches. Rayo Vallecano's coach [Paco Jemez], I like his proposal. Unai Emery [Sevilla], I like. They may or may not be options for the national team, but I like them."

Cantu said that he also admired...

Gorocito, Molina suspended by Necaxa after alleged assault and battery

MEXICO CITY -- Two Mexican league players, jailed in connection with a weekend fight that seriously injured a young man, were suspended by their club on Tuesday.

Second-division club Necaxa said via Twitter that Luis Gorocito and Alejandro Molina will be on suspension indefinitely "until their legal situation related to these regrettable incidents reaches a conclusion."

Gorocito, a 22-year-old...

 By Chris Wright

Gustavo Ramirez quick off the mark

Fancying his chances against opponents Necaxa from kickoff, Mineros striker Gustavo Ramirez duly went and scored the fastest goal in the history of Mexican football when he stepped up and walloped on in from the half-way line with just a shade over three seconds on the clock.

The goal was originally wrongly clocked at seven seconds, but the Mexican second division's official website did a bit of in-depth analysis and duly came to the conclusion that Ramirez's 55-yard super strike was indeed the...

League won't yet reveal player names

Two Mexican League players tested positive for the steroid Clenbuterol during the opening weekend of action, Mexican Soccer Federation president Decio de Maria told ESPN's Graciela Resendiz on Tuesday.

De Maria said the federation would not be releasing the names of the players until the investigation was complete. He said disciplinary committee president Eugenio Rivas would be in charge of the sanctions for the players in question.

Although the players were not named, neither America, Tigres,...