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Lozano, Hernandez top strong group of Mexicans in Europe

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Chicharito: Osorio best coach I've had with El Tri

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Hirving Lozano, Javier Hernandez lead list of Mexicans set to begin their seasons in Europe

Coming off a breakout World Cup, Hirving Lozano is poised for big things in Europe.
Can Hirving Lozano carry the momentum from his breakout World Cup into the upcoming European season?

With the World Cup now over, many of Mexico's most prominent players have now set their sights on their next European season. There's no shortage of names here, so without further ado, here's a quick 2018-19 season preview of Mexico's most noteworthy European-based players.

FW Hirving Lozano, PSV Eindhoven (Eredivisie)

With each passing day, it appears more and more likely that Lozano's move to a bigger European club will have to wait. That said, a second Eredivisie season with PSV wouldn't hurt...

 By Tom Marshall

Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez: Juan Carlos Osorio best coach I've had with Mexico

The ESPN FC crew weigh the pros and cons of Juan Carlos Osorio potentially becoming U.S. head coach, after stepping down from the Mexico job.

West Ham United striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez heaped praise on former Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio after it was announced Friday that the Colombian would not be continuing in the job.

Hernandez was a regular under Osorio and spoke highly of him during his almost three-year spell in charge.

"Thanks for these three years, coach," wrote Hernandez on his Instagram account. "Thanks for so much."

He continued: "Mixed feelings. Thankfulness is the one that stands out because our paths crossed....

West Ham's Javier Hernandez not on market - sporting director

West Ham forward Javier Hernandez is "not on the market at all," the club's sporting director Mario Husillos has said.

Mexico international Hernandez, who joined the London club from Bayer Leverkusen last summer, has been linked with a move away after struggling for a regular starting pace last season.

But Husillos told Marca Claro the former Manchester United player could flourish under manager Manuel Pellegrini and was not available for transfer.

"Offers? There surely won't be any because people...

Guillermo Ochoa the one bright spot as Mexico go out in the round of 16 again

SAMARA, Russia -- Once more, Mexico fell short in their quest for that elusive fifth World Cup game ("quinto partido") -- that remains the object of their obsession. Brazil's relentless style was enough to prevail over a side that played inspired football for only 30 minutes. El Tri leave Russia on a bittersweet note, as despite a brilliant start to the World Cup with wins over Germany and South Korea, they were unable to meet the pre-tournament goals put forth by manager Juan Carlos Osorio.

Positives

The...

 By Tom Marshall

Javier Hernandez: Mexico fans must 'imagine amazing things' ahead of crunch Sweden match

Germany is able to find a injury time winner against Sweden, Lukaku-Hazard scores brace and Mexico continues its winning form.

YEKATERINBURG, Russia -- Mexico striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez launched a staunch defense of El Tri ahead of Wednesday's crunch Group F clash against Sweden on Wednesday, indicating he and his teammates have every right to "imagine amazing things."

The West Ham United striker said he means it to be motivational for both the Mexico team in Russia as well as fans.

"The best thing is sharing this with amazing people and that we are brave," stated Hernandez in a passionate statement during Tuesday's...

Javier Hernandez's World Cup success underlines Man United instability after Sir Alex Ferguson

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Ryan Giggs recounts his Man United memories and reveals what the current squad can learn from his success.

There are mixed feelings among Manchester United fans as they've watched their former players excel for their countries in Russia.

Mexico's Javier Hernandez and Colombia's Radamel Falcao, two former United strikers, both scored at the weekend. While it's not quite like seeing an ex with a good-looking new partner, there's definitely a feeling of "What if?"

Both are the all-time leading goal scorers for their football-mad countries and both were at Old Trafford during their prime years -- if...