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Lozano, Gutierrez among Mexico's five to watch at U20 World Cup

In their last visit to the Estadio Azteca, Pachuca stunned Club America with a late goal from Hirving Lozano. The Tuzos will be looking for the same result this weekend in Mexico City.
Hirving Lozano will be one of the standouts for Mexico at the U20 World Cup and beyond.

After winning the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship in January, Mexico's youth squad will be heading into this year's U20 World Cup with high expectations.

Although El Tri has never won the tournament, Mexico appears likely to succeed with the impressive list of names that are on the current roster -- which may lead to some problems for Mexico manager Sergio Almaguer.

Due to their absence in January's CONCACAF tournament, Atletico Madrid's Diego Gama, Porto's Raul Gudino and Queretaro's Orbelin...

 By Tom Marshall

Almaguer and Te Kloese have big expectations for Mexico's U20 team

Ahead of the 2015 World Cup,  Sergio Almaguer hopes that the Mexico U20 team will progress further than its round-of-16 finish in the 2013 edition.

Whenever Mexico enters an international youth competition these days, there is a certain expectation and excitement. And the under-20s World Cup in New Zealand is no exception.

El Tri debuts in the tournament Saturday (9 p.m. ET) against Mali in Dunedin. Results in the buildup have been mixed; a 2-2 tie with Australia in the last preparation game was preceded by a 3-1 loss to Colombia. However, there is a feeling that players like Pachuca's Erick Gutierrez, club teammate Hirving Lozano, Morelia's...

Grading Mexico's European-based players ahead of El Tri's busy summer

Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera has high ambitions for his side in the upcoming Copa America.

Before we begin to consider or analyze the Copa America or Gold Cup tournaments for the Mexican national team, let's take a look back at the recent year that some of the more noteworthy Europeos have had abroad. Here are my Mexicans in Europe player grades for the 2014-2015 season:

Raul Jimenez, Atletico Madrid: C+

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has only had positive things to say about Raul Jimenez throughout the year. Despite this, it was difficult for Jimenez to surpass the massive...

 By Tom Marshall

What's next for Mexico's European-based players?

Javier Hernandez is unlikely to be playing for Real Madrid or his parent club Man United come the 2015-16 season.

The European leagues are wrapping up (or have already wrapped up) for the season and the small matter of the Champions League final is still to be decided, but for Mexicans -- with the exception of Rafa Marquez in Italy -- participation in Europe is already over, with a mixed bag of performances over the 2014-15 season.

While attention for El Tri's Europe-based players -- almost all of who will be involved for the national team this summer -- now switches to the Copa America and/or Gold Cup, a number...

Mexico's European call-ups should make the difference in 2015 Gold Cup

After not being in an international competition in over four years, Carlos Vela hopes to win his second Gold Cup with Mexico.

The Mexico national team will have its full contingent of European stars for this summer's Gold Cup tournament.

On Friday afternoon, the FMF released a list of the 11 European-based players who will be making the trip to the United States for the CONCACAF competition.

The list is undoubtedly a stellar lineup of Mexico's big-name players, most of whom will be coming into this tournament in excellent form.

Javier Hernandez had early struggles with Real Madrid but exceeded expectations with his goals...

 By Tom Marshall

Fabian career back on track in time for Chivas Liga MX title surge

Marco Fabian has endured a tough road, but looks back to his best.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The erratic career of Marco Fabian appears to be finally gaining some stability and, with Chivas in the semifinal of the Liga MX Clausura and the Copa America coming up next month for Mexico, the timing couldn't be better.

Now 25 and approaching his prime, it has been a long, winding and often-bumpy road for a player whose ceiling in terms of natural ability is arguably higher than any other Mexican currently in the Liga MX.

Following Fabian's first half hat trick and mesmerizing...