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 Posted by David Faitelson
5 hours ago

Chicharito's fairy tale continues at Real Madrid

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez believes no player in the world would turn down the chance to play for Real Madrid.

He stepped firmly onto the turf of the Bernabeu. He caressed the ball, ran up the middle of the field, passed in front of the photographers, never stopped smiling and let the last rays of the Spanish summer shine on his No. 14. Nothing in him faltered. He knew where he was, what he wanted and where he was headed.

Javier Hernández took the first Monday of the month of September of the year 2014 to appear on a sunny afternoon on the same field that witnessed the glories of Alfredo Di Stefano, G...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
10 hours ago

Mexicans Abroad: Good news across the board

The ESPN FC crew analyse how Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez will fit into the Real Madrid squad and whether he will play a similar role to the one he play at United.

Javier Hernandez's move to Real Madrid was by far the biggest news of the transfer window for the Mexicans abroad.

Los Merengues brought the striker on loan this season with an option to buy. Hernandez is now the fourth Mexican to ever play for Madrid -- the most recent one was Hugo Sanchez, who played for the squad from 1985 to 1992.

As I mentioned on Monday, this could be the exact catalyst that Hernandez needs in his career. His goal scoring, while still impressive, has begun to decrease i...

 Posted by Andrea Canales
11 hours ago

Javier Hernandez's Real Madrid dream has only just begun

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti explains why Javier Hernandez will join Real Madrid from Man United on a season-long loan.

Now that his medical is complete and Mexico's Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has officially joined Real Madrid on loan from Manchester United, it's time to analyze the move.

For United, the loss of Hernandez is negligible. In 24 league games this past season, he tallied only four times. The club has other strikers who are more effective, namely Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Falcao. Hernandez was surplus to the requirements of new coach Louis van Gaal.

Although the good-hearted young stri...

Nicholas Rigg Real Madrid Posted by Nicholas Rigg
1 day ago

Chicharito an ideal fit for Ancelotti's Real Madrid

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez believes no player in the world would turn down the chance to play for Real Madrid.

The "Little Pea" may not be "The Tiger" and may not provide the answers to the problems highlighted in Real Madrid's unexpected 4-2 defeat at Real Sociedad on Sunday night. But Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez may well be a shrewd addition to Carlo Ancelotti's much-changed squad for the coming season.

The European champions' decision to sign Hernandez on a season-long loan and not Colombian star Falcao -- who had been touted for a move to the Santiago Bernabeu all summer -- left many Madrid fans di...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
1 day ago

Fresh start at Real Madrid could be just what Javier Hernandez needs

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez believes no player in the world would turn down the chance to play for Real Madrid.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez is officially a Real Madrid player. At this moment, everything is perfect for him and his fans.

There have been no games yet, no practice reports and no time spent on a bench for Madrid. At this moment, Chicharito can bask in the warm glow of potential and possibilities. He can fantasize about scoring in the Champions League once again or playing with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric and James Rodriguez.

Anything truly seems possible for the striker aft...

 Posted by David Faitelson
3 days ago

Mexico's reshaping continues

Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera begins El Tri's 2018 World Cup cycle with a pair of contests against South American opponents.
Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera begins El Tri's 2018 World Cup cycle with a pair of contests against South American opponents.

To start thinking about 2018, you first have to get to 2018, and I suppose that is what Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera had in mind when he stopped short the process of radically reshaping the Mexican national team.

The "retirements" of Rafael Márquez and Carlos Salcido were halted mid-process; the first's career seemed to get a second or perhaps "third wind" with an unexpected contract to play in Italy, and the Chivas defender was confirmed for the first call-up at the beginning of t...