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Paulo Wanchope's outburst reveals pressure on CONCACAF coaches

The former Manchester City and Malaga striker was the protagonist of a brawl on the stands as he watch his nation's Under-23 side play an Olympic qualifier against Panama.

The finality of Costa Rican coach Paulo Wanchope's resignation on Wednesday was merely a formality to most who saw the video of the incident that led to him leaving the Ticos. It seemed only inevitable, especially given that something somewhat similar had taken place recently.

When the first news of a violent incident involving Wanchope in Panama broke, it did so on Twitter. That can only feel familiar to Mexico fans, many of whom started to hear word of former El Tri coach Miguel Herrera's airport...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's imperfect Gold Cup lives on thanks to late penalty

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Andres Guardado scored from the penalty spot deep into the second half of extra time against Costa Rica on Sunday to send Mexico to the semifinals of the Gold Cup.

El Tri overcame Los Ticos 1-0 in a tightly-contested affair and thanks to a penalty call that was dubious at best. Television replays showed Oribe Peralta fell to the ground inside the penalty area despite minimal contact from Costa Rica's Roy Miller.

Here are our three observations from the match:

1. Mexico gets...

Guillermo Ochoa masterclass keeps Mexico alive in the Gold Cup

Recently, Mexico can't help but run into dramatic finishes in the Gold Cup.

After a extremely exciting 4-4 match against Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday, El Tri followed up the draw with a thrilling 1-0 victory over Costa Rica in the quarterfinals on Sunday.

Mexico maintained most of the momentum in the match but couldn't find a goal until a last-second penalty call in the second half of extra-time. The controversial decision provided El Tri with a late opportunity that captain Andres Guardado buried...

In Gold Cup, Costa Rica adjusting to new status as contenders

Costa Rica's draw against Jamaica was disappointing considering that the team has several players based in Europe, including Joel Campbell, right.

CARSON, Calif. -- Costa Rica's 2-2 draw against Jamaica in their Gold Cup opener on Wednesday showcased the best and worst of the Tico squad in the same match.

The team's slick passing game was on display, but their defense was also vulnerable to Jamaica's athletic runs and long balls over the top. It was a frustrating result for the squad that had promised much more this previous summer with a World Cup run to the quarterfinals. Then again, it's not always easy for a squad to transition from beloved...

CONCACAF Gold Cup predictions -- can the U.S. retain the trophy?

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner predicts United States to win the Gold Cup, especially with some injuries some rivals have to deal with.
USMNT's captain Michael Bradley, Greg Garza, and Omar Gonzalez speak ahead of their Gold Cup opening match against Honduras.
USMNT's Michael Bradley and Greg Garza react to Bradley being named captain for the 2015 Gold Cup.

With the CONCACAF Gold Cup set to kick off, ESPN FC writers Jeff Carlisle, Doug McIntyre, Jason Davis, Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Andrea Canales make their tournament predictions. 

Who will win the Gold Cup?

Carlisle (@JeffreyCarlisle): United States

McIntyre (@DougMacESPN): United States

Davis (@davisjsn): United States

Marshall (@MexicoWorldCup): United States

Hernandez (@cesarhfutbol)Mexico

Canales (@SoccerCanales): Costa Rica

What do you think?

Who will be the runner-up?

Carlisle: Mexico

McIntyre:...


Costa Rica could be Gold Cup dark horse contenders

Joel Campbell, left, and Bryan Ruiz, right, aim to lead Costa Rica to its first CONCACAF title since 1989.

It seems like it would be too soon to forget Costa Rica's inspiring and exciting run in the 2014 World Cup, but that remains the most plausible explanation for the team being so lightly regarded in the upcoming Gold Cup tournament. Many, including the Mexico and United States squads themselves, seem to believe that these two are destined to meet in the final yet again and have dismissed the chances of any other CONCACAF team to claim the title.

It's odd partly because besides impressing with a run...