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Copa America

Pele says he has recovered after recent health scare

ESPN FC's Alison Bender interviews Pelé, Steve McManaman, and Robbie Fowler ahead of this weekend's crucial Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool.
Pele says he has fully recovered from his time in hospital last year.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Brazil legend Pele says that he has "happily recovered" from a recent health scare.

The 74-year-old spent time in intensive care late last year because of a urinary tract infection and had to undergo physiotherapy to recover some of the muscle mass that he lost during his hospital stay.

"I want to thank God because I have my health and I'm here before you all," Pele said while visiting a slum in Santiago. "I feel blessed because with health you can do it all."

The three-time World...

 By Tom Marshall

Projecting Mexico's Gold Cup and Copa America squads

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe speaks to Eduardo Herrera, who scored his first international goal in Mexico's 1-0 win over Paraguay.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera's dress rehearsal for this summer was brief, but can be adjudged to have been largely successful.

Last Saturday's 1-0 victory over Ecuador in Los Angeles pointed to what the Gold Cup team could look like, while another 1-0 win over Paraguay in Kansas City on Tuesday provided an insight into El Tri at the Copa America in Chile. El Tri will play the United States next month in San Antonio, but that will be without the key component of Mexico's...

 By Tim Vickery

Mascherano vital to Argentina's Copa America campaign

Argentina players Javier Pastore and Javier Mascherano give reaction to win over Ecuador.

At the 2004 Copa America in Peru, Javier Mascherano was a newcomer to the Argentina team. He had just turned 20, but the defensive midfielder played with such authority that it was already hard to imagine an Argentina side without him.

He seemed to have gotten his international career off to a winning start. He gave an outstanding performance in the final against Brazil, marking rival playmaker Alex out of the game, and provided his team a platform for what appeared to be a deserved victory.

But...

Five key young players for Mexico

ESPN FC's Fernando Palomo and Alejandro Moreno review Mexico's 1-0 win over Paraguay, where El Tri's debutants certainly made an impact.
A goal after just three minutes from Mexico's Eduardo Herrera would be all El Tri would need to secure a 1-0 win over Paraguay at Arrowhead Stadium.
ESPN FC's Fernando Palomo and Alejandro Moreno break down Mexico's match against Paraguay, as Javier Hernandez has been left on the bench.

Mexico's World Cup experience in Brazil seems like a lifetime ago, and whatever equity built on the back of El Tri's performance last summer is long gone. As we get deeper into 2015 with a busy international calendar on the horizon, El Tri will soon turn its attention to two major regional competitions in the Gold Cup and Copa America -- with the Gold Cup considered the priority whereas Copa America will be more of a proving ground for a secondary El Tri team.

Head coach Miguel Herrera has mentioned time and again the need to broaden the player pool to afford Mexico the opportunity to call in two different squads for each tournament and give its young players experience on the international stage and/or first-team reps. As Mexico looks toward the future of the national team, Herrera and El Tri must find players who can carry the team forward in 2015 and beyond, players who can create their own history of success and vision for the future, just as aging-out veterans like Rafa Marquez did before them.

In order for El Tri to continue to grow, the development and maturation of the following five young players will be at the forefront heading into a busy summer of international tournaments. Here's a look at a handful of promising Mexican players whose development will be key to the team's success in the 2018 World Cup cycle.

Diego Reyes | Age: 22 | Pos.: Defender | Club: FC Porto (Portugal)

Yes, that Diego Reyes, the same one who went to the World Cup and has featured time and again under Herrera. Reyes is only 22 years old and for some time now has been handpicked to be the next Marquez. However, Reyes has yet to live up to those lofty standards with either club or country.

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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico spots up for grabs as El Tri prepare to face Ecuador, Paraguay

A wax figure of Mexican coach Miguel Herrera was unveiled on Wednesday.

Saturday's clash against Ecuador in Los Angeles and next Tuesday's match in Kansas City against Paraguay may be Mexico's first games of 2015, but time is running out for coach Miguel Herrera to sieve through El Tri's depth pool and come up with two separate and competitive squads for the Gold Cup and Copa America this summer.

The "A" squad will be charged with winning the Gold Cup in the United States in July and sending Mexico through to a Confederations Cup playoff against the U.S. this fall, while...