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A busy summer for Mexico stars

Mexico
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U.S. and Mexico: Any reason to worry?

CONCACAF Gold Cup
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 By Nayib Moran

Miguel Herrera still assembling the pieces needed to revitalize Club America

Miguel Herrera had success in his first spell at America and looks poised to do the same in his second.

MEXICO CITY -- Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's return to Club America is still at its early stages. There's a building process that's still undergoing and explains why America suffered back-to-back losses to Queretaro in the last two weeks. Herrera's joviality is intact, knowing that in the following weeks his team is bound to show improvements, but it won't be easy because Las Aguilas' next three league games include a visit to Pachuca, a Clasico Capitalino against Pumas at Estadio...

Mexico's Gold Cup squad: How many make the cut for 2018 World Cup?

Much like rest of the world, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar are split over Juan Carlos Osorio's future with Mexico.
Herculez Gomez explains why criticism of Juan Carlos Osorio is harsh after Mexico's elimination in the Gold Cup semifinals.

Now that the dust has settled following Mexico's stunning semifinal exit from the Gold Cup, it's worth revisiting how this squad performed. Keeping in mind that El Tri's roster was made up of alternate options, manager Juan Carlos Osorio likely used the CONCACAF tournament as an opportunity to test numerous backups.

With one year to go before the next World Cup, the stakes were high for plenty of fringe players who needed to impress Osorio. Now that the tournament is over, here are the current...

 By Tom Marshall

Lessons of Mexico's summer: Patience with Osorio, lack of long-term depth

Much like rest of the world, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar are split over Juan Carlos Osorio's future with Mexico.

It has been a long summer for El Tri and one that ultimately ended in disappointment, with a fourth-place finish at the Confederations Cup in Russia followed by a semifinal defeat to Jamaica at the Gold Cup last Sunday.

Mexico played a match every 3.6 days over three countries, winning nine times, drawing three games and losing four. There were 25 goals scored by El Tri and 17 conceded. Coach Juan Carlos Osorio was able to see 49 players in World Cup qualifying, friendlies, the Confederations...

 By Nayib Moran

Breakout summer with El Tri has Edson Alvarez ready for life at Club America

Edson Alvarez's composure on the ball resembles a player with tons of experience, not a 19-year-old.

MEXICO CITY -- When americanistas hear the name of Edson Alvarez, there's a scene that immediately comes to their minds.

It's the 95th minute of extra time, the stadium is Tigres' El Volcan, the year is 2016, and Las Aguilas are seconds away from closing their centennial year -- and what better way to do it than in an Apertura final? Alvarez rose above Tigres' defense and connected with a header that gave America a 1-0 lead. America's faithful felt another title coming their way, but Tigres tied...

Mexico Hot List: Alvarez's Gold Cup play thrusts youngster into spotlight

Herculez Gomez explains why criticism of Juan Carlos Osorio is harsh after Mexico's elimination in the Gold Cup semifinals.

With El Tri's (disappointing) journey in the 2017 Gold Cup now done and dusted, and the 2017 Apertura now underway, it's time to bring back our weekly hot list which evaluates Mexico's top players.

Following plenty of recent Liga MX and El Tri action, here are some of the best and worst performances seen on the pitch.

Warming Up

Edson Alvarez, DF, Mexico (Gold Cup)

Why he's here: Unexpectedly, Alvarez was the stand out player for El Tri in the Gold Cup. No matter which position he played, the 19-year-old...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio feels the heat but Mexico's issues run far deeper

Herculez Gomez explains why criticism of Juan Carlos Osorio is harsh after Mexico's elimination in the Gold Cup semifinals.
ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez breaks down what Mexico's loss against Jamaica means for the United States.

PASADENA, Calif. -- When Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio left the Rose Bowl Sunday evening roughly 45 minutes after the final whistle had sounded on El Tri's 1-0 defeat to Jamaica, his exit was marked by heavy security.

Fans and journalists waited for him outside the elevator that takes the manager down to ground level (he'd been compelled to watch the match from a private box due to his FIFA ban). Cries of "Osorio out!" came from the group of assembled fans as Mexico's coach...