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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mexico will not appeal FIFA suspension of coach Juan Carlos Osorio

Mexico will not appeal the six-game suspension of coach Juan Carlos Osorio, the national federation announced on Friday.

FIFA banned Osorio last week for protesting a controversial referee decision in the third-place game of the Confederations Cup, leaving the coach to watch the ongoing CONCACAF Gold Cup from a stadium suite.

But Mexico, which will play the complete six games at the Gold Cup if it reaches the final, will not push back against the punishment.

The Mexico Football Federation statement...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco backs Osorio: 'I'll give him all my trust'

Mexico legends have lined up to criticize El Tri coach Juan Carlos Osorio after recent disappointing performances by the national team, but Cuauhtemoc Blanco is bucking the trend.

Blanco worked under Osorio with the Chicago Fire in 2007 and thinks the Colombian deserves full backing from the media and fans.

"I like him, you [the media] don't like his rotations, but I'll keep on defending him," Blanco told reporters on Sunday. "For me, he's a hard-working coach, a great person and the most important...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio offers 'most sincere apologies' for Confed Cup actions

SAN DIEGO -- Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has apologized for his actions during Mexico's 2-1 loss to Portugal for Confederations Cup third place last Sunday.

Osorio was handed a six-game ban by FIFA for protesting a controversial referee decision near the end of the second half of extra-time.

"[I] offer [my] most sincere apologies to all those that felt offended or hurt by my behavior in the game against Portugal," said Osorio on Saturday, adding that he will do "everything possible" so that...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio gets six-match ban for Confed Cup protest

Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico's trip to the Confederations Cup was a failure, despite reaching the semifinals.
Adrien Silva's first international goal in extra time helped Portugal claim third place at the Confederations Cup.
The FC crew have a heated debate in reaction to Mexico's rout defeat to Germany in the Confederations Cup semifinals.

FIFA has announced that Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has been dealt a six-game suspension for protesting a controversial referee decision during Mexico's 2-1 loss to Portugal for Confederations Cup third place.

The ban means he will miss the Gold Cup. Mexico will have to play up to six games to retain the Gold Cup in the United States starting on Sunday when it debuts against El Salvador in San Diego.

Osorio was incensed when his team was not awarded a penalty against Portugal in their final Confed...

 By Tom Marshall

Hugo Sanchez calls for Mexico to replace coach Juan Carlos Osorio

Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico's trip to the Confederations Cup was a failure, despite reaching the semifinals.
Adrien Silva's first international goal in extra time helped Portugal claim third place at the Confederations Cup.

Mexico legend Hugo Sanchez has called on the Mexican soccer federation to replace El Tri head coach Juan Carlos Osorio as soon as possible.

Sanchez said on Tuesday that the Mexican national team needs a change while there is still time for a new coach to work ahead of Russia 2018, following El Tri's fourth-place finish at the Confederations Cup.

"We are only one year away from the start of the World Cup in Russia ... [The Confederations Cup] was a example of what we can expect [from Mexico]," said...