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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico legend Rafa Marquez deserves fifth World Cup - Hugo Sanchez

Club Tijuana manager Miguel Herrera reveals his desire to return as coach of the Mexican national team.
LA Galaxy and Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos reflects on his return to El Tri and discusses his goals for club and country.

Mexico legend Hugo Sanchez has urged Mexico's federation to learn from past mistakes and take veteran Rafa Marquez to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Marquez will be 39 when the competition gets underway, but Sanchez believes the former Barcelona defender and current Atlas captain must be there.

"I hope that they've learned from so much foolishness and so many mistakes and that they treat a legend and symbol like Rafa Marquez well and give him the sendoff he deserves," Sanchez told Futbol Picante...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Rafa Marquez seeks revenge against United States in Columbus

Columbus, Ohio, was rocking back in September 2013 for the United States' dramatic 'dos a cero' victory over Mexico.
Ross Dyer recaps the latest from American footballers abroad before they join the national team for the Mexico clash.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Mexico leader Rafa Marquez has forgotten about the disappointments of the past and is focusing on helping El Tri to achieve a historic result in Friday's World Cup qualifier against the United States.

Marquez was sent off in 2009 and has been involved in three of the four 2-0 defeats that Mexico has suffered in MAPFRE Stadium in World Cup qualifying, with the former Barcelona player missing out in 2013.

Come Friday, 37-year-old Atlas captain is hoping he can be part of a turning...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX title for Atlas worth more than Champions League - Rafa Marquez

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall previews the upcoming Liga MX campaign and discusses the new 10/8 rule.
Rafa Marquez with Atlas
Rafa Marquez would give up one of his two Champions League titles to see Atlas lift the Liga MX trophy.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- What is worth more -- winning a UEFA Champions League medal with Barcelona, or lifting the Liga MX trophy with Atlas?

For most players, it would be an easy decision, but Atlas and Mexico captain Rafa Marquez says he would give up one of the Champions league titles he won with the Azulgrana in 2006 and 2009 to end Los Rojinegros' 65-year trophy drought.

"A Champions [League] for a title with Atlas?" said Marquez in an event to celebrate the club's 100th anniversary in Guadalajara....

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico may recall naturalized players - Juan Carlos Osorio

Mexico head coach Juan Carlos Osorio said he is considering calling up naturalized players for the friendly against Senegal on Feb. 10 in Miami.

"Within the structure we currently have, with three players for each position, there are some [naturalized players]," Osorio said upon return from a tour of the United States friendly.

The Colombia native also said he has not finalized his picks for the upcoming friendly.

"I don't know and I can't promise [that I will be calling up naturalized players this...

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Mexico icon Rafael Marquez completes Atlas transfer return for 2016 Clausura

Mexico veteran Rafael Marquez has completed a return to his first club, Atlas, from Italian side Hellas Verona.

ESPN Deportes reported on Saturday that a deal was in place with Hellas, and Liga MX club Atlas announced on Monday the 36-year-old former Barcelona defender will return in for the start of 2015-16 Clausura winter tournament.