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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico interim boss Ricardo Ferretti delighted after CONCACAF Cup win

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno rates the U.S. national team players in their match against Mexico, awarding Cameron a 7, with no one else scoring above a 5.
ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman shares his insights after the USMNT's 3-2 defeat by Mexico in the Confederations Cup playoff.

PASADENA, Calif. -- It is mission accomplished for Mexico interim head coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti.

The Tigres UANL manager was invited to take over the national team for four games back in August, with the central focus Saturday's CONCACAF Cup against the United States. Now with the 3-2 extra-time victory in the bag, Ferretti only has Tuesday's match against Panama in Toluca, before he swans off back to Tigres.

"I feel good for having accomplished what [Mexican federation president] Decio [De...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Confederations Cup 'somewhat useless' - Bruce Arena

After doing enough to limit Seattle's potent attack, Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena must now try to keep New England's creative playmakers in check.
Bruce Arena doesn't see much value in the Confederations Cup.

Former U.S. national team head coach Bruce Arena has called the Confederations Cup "somewhat useless" ahead of the United States' CONCACAF playoff match against Mexico on Saturday in Pasadena.

The winner of Saturday's game will travel to Russia to take part in next summer's Confederations Cup, which is regarded as a dress rehearsal for the 2018 World Cup host nation.

While he believes the logistics aspect of the tournament has importance, Arena says the event, as a competition, doesn't have much...

Kristian Nicht hopes his experience helps Montreal Impact in CCL Final

Montreal Impact captain Patrice Bernier previews the "biggest game in Montreal Impact's history" while Club America's Ventura Alvarado aims to stay focused for the entire match in hopes of achieving CONCACAF glory.

MONTREAL -- Given the uproar over the Montreal Impact's pursuit of an emergency goalkeeper before the biggest match in club history, things could have turned out worse.

After their efforts to acquire Chicago Fire keeper Sean Johnson on a short-term loan were (rightly) blocked by MLS in the midst of social media outcry, the Impact could've been forced to use a career minor leaguer or a 20-year-old with no first-team experience in net against Club America in Wednesday's CONCACAF Champions League final.