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Hernandez: Mexicans abroad thriving

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 Posted by Graham Hunter
29 minutes ago

Guardiola and Alonso put the past behind them

After completing his move to Bayern Munich on Friday, Xabi Alonso made his debut for the side in the 1-1 against Schalke in an unfamiliar centre-back position.

It's hard work keeping up with Pep Guardiola. It's hard work working for Pep Guardiola. It's hard work being around the 43-year-old Catalan on a continuing basis.

Not unpleasant, not boring, not needlessly taxing but confusing, quixotic, tiring and often a pain in the butt.

But, of course, it's usually worth the effort.

However in case the casual observer isn't up to speed, I'll try to explain starting with a small example.

During the first long-ish interview I had with Guardiola I offered up a ...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
2 hours ago

Transfer window should know its place

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think have done the best business in this summer transfer window.

Apologies were quickly made by pensive presenters and the show went on, but something had changed. You could see the anxiety that swirled behind their eyes.

After years of increasingly playful, self-referential hyperbole, the innocence of their transfer deadline day was lost and they knew it. How could they not? A man had just been violated in the ear with a sex toy on live television. I don't care how professional you are, that's the kind of thing that makes you stop and think.

British broadcas...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
2 hours ago

Liga MX power rankings: Monterrey move to top as America slip up

Monterrey forward Humberto Suazo scored the game's lone goal off of a counterattack in the first half to put them level with America at the top of Liga MX.

It couldn't last forever. Club America had to lose eventually. It's just that almost anything would've been preferable to a 1-0 defeat to Mexico City rivals Pumas in the Estadio Azteca. The loss let the increasingly organized and clinical Monterrey sneak up to first place in the power rankings after its 1-0 win on the road to Queretaro.

Elsewhere, the Apertura season has been marked by inconsistency in performance so far in the seven rounds of matches, with teams like Tigres following up a 5-1 a...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
2 hours ago

Mexicans Abroad: Good news across the board

The ESPN FC crew analyse how Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez will fit into the Real Madrid squad and whether he will play a similar role to the one he play at United.

Javier Hernandez's move to Real Madrid was by far the biggest news of the transfer window for the Mexicans abroad.

Los Merengues brought the striker on loan this season with an option to buy. Hernandez is now the fourth Mexican to ever play for Madrid -- the most recent one was Hugo Sanchez, who played for the squad from 1985 to 1992.

As I mentioned on Monday, this could be the exact catalyst that Hernandez needs in his career. His goal scoring, while still impressive, has begun to decrease i...

 Posted by Andrea Canales
3 hours ago

Javier Hernandez's Real Madrid dream has only just begun

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti explains why Javier Hernandez will join Real Madrid from Man United on a season-long loan.

Now that his medical is complete and Mexico's Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has officially joined Real Madrid on loan from Manchester United, it's time to analyze the move.

For United, the loss of Hernandez is negligible. In 24 league games this past season, he tallied only four times. The club has other strikers who are more effective, namely Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Falcao. Hernandez was surplus to the requirements of new coach Louis van Gaal.

Although the good-hearted young stri...

 Posted by David Usher
4 hours ago

Understanding Borini's puzzling decision

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think have done the best business in this summer transfer window.

Fabio Borini must really enjoy weekend shopping with the wife, as chances are he's going to have a lot of spare time on his hands over the coming months after pricing himself out of moves to QPR and Sunderland.

Between now and the re-opening of the transfer window in January, the Italian striker's chances of playing first team football appear to be slim and none. Unlike other fringe players at Anfield such as Suso and Lucas Leiva, however, Borini's situation is one entirely of his own choosing.

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