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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's 'national team will benefit' with more players in Europe - Osorio

Catch up with all the latest Liga MX action, as Monterrey beat Atlas 2-0 to move into second spot.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio emphasized that there are plenty of Liga MX-based Mexicans with enough quality to play in Europe and argued the national team would grow from a deeper pool of players based overseas.

"I believe that there are Mexican players that deserve to be abroad," said Osorio in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Futbol Picante on Tuesday.

"To the extent that the clubs facilitate that, Mexican football will be more recognized in the future and the national team will benefit."

Osorio...

 By Tom Marshall

Tijuana manager Miguel Herrera could face sanction for alleged insult of a fan

Club Tijuana manager Miguel Herrera reveals his desire to return as coach of the Mexican national team.

Club Tijuana coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera could be punished for allegedly insulting a member of the crowd inside Estadio Caliente last Friday, after Xolos' 1-1 draw with Santos Laguna.

Former El Tri coach Herrera had been sent to the stands by the referee for his complaints about Guido Rodriguez's red card and stood with fans as the game wound down.

On the final whistle, one fan filmed Herrera appearing to insult and challenge a member of the public to a fight.

The Mexican Football Federation (FMF)...

Atletico Madrid seal investment in Liga MX club Atletico San Luis

Bayer Leverkusen head coach Tayfun Korkut says opponents Atletico Madrid are adept at holding on to a lead.

Atletico Madrid say an investment of an undisclosed size in Liga MX club Atletico San Luis has been completed, pending ratification by the Mexican authorities, as the La Liga outfit adds a Mexican team to their other overseas franchises in India and France.

Atletico chief executive Miguel Angel Marin travelled in mid-February to meet with executives at the club based in the centrally located Mexican city of San Luis Potosi, and San Luis owners, the Payan family, were in Madrid this week to formalise...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico needs more players competing abroad to win titles - Osorio

Dos Santos Osorio training
Juan Carlos Osorio believes that Mexico need more exposure abroad to be considered among the elites.

El Tri coach Juan Carlos Osorio isn't personally weighed down by the expectations of his job, but does believe that the demands in Mexico for its national team are inflated.

Osorio suggested in a recent interview with Spanish publication Marca that he gets misinterpreted in Mexico when he has claims that El Tri isn't at the level of some of the most successful national teams in world football, but it's a sentiment he has stated more than once.

"Demanding in Argentina or Brazil that [their national...

 By Tom Marshall

Vancouver's Carl Robinson confirms 'gap' between MLS and Liga MX

Herculez Gomez breaks down the match-ups in the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals ahead of first-leg action.
Alphonso Davies, left, and Andre-Pierre Gignac vie for the ball in a CCL match between Vancouver and U.A.N.L.
Tigres strolled to a 2-0 win over Vancouver in their CONCACAF Champions League semifinal first leg on Tuesday.

MONTERREY, Mexico -- Vancouver Whitecaps coach Carl Robinson was happy with the effort and discipline of his side in its 2-0 loss to Tigres in the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal first leg on Tuesday, but was full of praise for Liga MX champions Tigres after the game.

"Tigres showed tonight they are a top team," said former Wales international Robinson, whose side had just 21 percent of possession in the defeat.

"They play a certain way here in Mexico and it's a great way. It's technical and...