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Mexico squad bolstered by return of Hernandez, Aquino, Jimenez

Mexico interim head coach Ricardo Ferretti started his tenure with the eyebrow raising move of omitting the Dos Santos brothers from his first team selection.

On Thursday afternoon, the Mexican federation announced the list of 23 players that interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will utilize in the upcoming friendlies against Trinidad & Tobago and Argentina.

Although the big story is most definitely the omission of the Giovani and Jonathan dos Santos and Guillermo Ochoa, it must also be noted that several familiar faces have made the return to El Tri after missing out last month's Gold Cup tournament.

Let's take a look at these returnees and discuss...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico losing out with no players in European summer transfer window

Javier Aquino is just one of many players no longer plying their trade in Europe.

A loan deal taking 19-year-old Omar Govea from Club America's Under-20s to Porto B is the sum total of transfer deals involving Mexican players heading over the Atlantic this summer. And with the transfer window in Europe closing on Monday (Tuesday in the Premier League), there is silence when it comes to rumors regarding imminent Mexican signings.

The net movement between the Liga MX and Europe this summer will very likely be a net loss come Sept. 2. Javier Aquino left Villarreal and returned...

 By Tom Marshall

Dos Santos, Ochoa unlikely to feature against the United States

Mexico interim head coach Ricardo Ferretti started his tenure with the eyebrow raising move of omitting the Dos Santos brothers from his first team selection.

Interim Mexico head coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti openly stated in his introductory news conference on Monday that not everyone would be happy with his squad list for next month's Mexico friendlies. And not everyone is.

There are two standout names in particular who are not on the roster: L.A. Galaxy forward Giovani dos Santos and Malaga's Guillermo Ochoa.

The duo have become figureheads of the Mexican national team over recent years, starters at the last World Cup, and Ferretti omitting them...

Chicharito's United chances slipping away, Herrera finds form at Porto

Mexico announced Ricardo Ferretti will manage El Tri for their next four matches before heading back to his managerial duties with Tigres, including their Confederations Cup playoff match against the United States.

While Giovani dos Santos is flying through MLS with fantastic performances, others like Javier Hernandez have struggled with playing time and scoring in the last few matches.

With El Tri's next roster set to be announced on Thursday, let's take a look at some of the recent highs and lows from Mexico's best players.

Warming up

Giovani dos Santos, F, L.A. Galaxy (MLS)

Why he's here: There's no stopping Dos Santos in MLS. The 26-year-old has seamlessly transitioned over to the Galaxy and built...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Louis van Gaal, Ryan Giggs exchange dubious look after Hernandez miss

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal and his assistant Ryan Giggs exchanged a sideways glance with one another after Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez missed a second-half penalty in a 4-0 win against Club Brugge.

The Mexican international has been the subject of numerous transfer rumours this summer, with interest from teams like West Ham and Tottenham in the Premier League as well as Major League Soccer's...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti: Five facts about El Tri's new manager

Mexico announced Ricardo Ferretti will manage El Tri for their next four matches before heading back to his managerial duties with Tigres, including their Confederations Cup playoff match against the United States.

New Mexico manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti landed in Guadalajara to join Atlas as a player in 1977 and has never returned to live in his native Brazil.

For regular followers of the Mexican game, he has become almost an institution, having managed for five clubs without any gaps in between in the country's top division since 1991. For those that don't watch much Liga MX, here is what you need to know about El Tri's new interim coach:

1. Ferretti prefers a possession-based game

Ferretti's Tigres...