The Mexico Football Federation voted on Tuesday to sack coach Miguel Herrera following an alleged incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport following El Tri's Gold Cup win over Jamaica.
The move comes just two days after Mexico won the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the nation's first major title since 2011.
Incoming federation president Decio de Maria explained the decision at a lengthy news conference.
"After listening to all my colleagues who are part of this federation, and reasoning...
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera will learn whether he stays or goes on Tuesday following a reported airport scuffle with a TV Azteca reporter.
The Mexico Football Federation met on Tuesday to discuss Herrera's fate after the incident that allegedly took place at Philadelphia International Airport following El Tri's Gold Cup win over Jamaica. The news conference is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET.
ESPN analyst John Sutcliffe on Tuesday afternoon tweeted that Herrera is out as coach.