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 By Nayib Moran

Mexico needs generational shift at goalkeeping position

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.

MEXICO CITY -- Since the 2006 World Cup, Guillermo Ochoa and Jesus Corona have been in a toe-to-toe battle to be Mexico's starting goalkeeper, but in the last months the rivalry between the two has seen a fracture, as other goalkeepers such as Toluca's Alfredo Talavera and Club America's Moises Munoz have gotten the nod in important games for El Tri.

New Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has openly expressed his admiration for Talavera, who he describes as a goalkeeper who best plays the aerial...

Four Mexico players looking to make most of El Tri debut

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.

On Thursday afternoon, the Mexican Football Federation released the 22-man roster for Mexico's upcoming friendly against Senegal on Feb. 10 in Miami.

Due to the fact that the game doesn't land on a FIFA date, Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio is utilizing players from Liga MX. Of the 22, four have yet to make an appearance for El Tri's senior national team.

With the Olympics, Copa America and World Cup qualifying matches all set for this year, Wednesday's game at Marlins Park will be an exciting...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas set dangerous precedent with Mexico no-show

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Once considered the natural base of the Mexican national team, Chivas have struggled badly to get players into El Tri in recent years. For a team that plays only with Mexican nationals, that is a damning indication of Chivas' present.

That situation, however, appeared to be changing for the first Mexico call-up of 2016, with coach Juan Carlos Osorio apparently interested in "eight" players -- according to Chivas owner Jorge Vergara -- for the domestic-based squad to face...

 By Tom Marshall

Exciting young talents highlight Mexico's squad to face Senegal

Exciting young prospects like Pachuca's Hirving Lozano highlight Mexico's latest squad.

The first Mexico squad of 2016 has been released, with Juan Carlos Osorio's team set to take on Senegal in Miami on Wednesday. Here are five quick takes on El Tri's latest team:

1. Youngsters get their chance

There has been a buzz building around what is going on at Pachuca in terms of youth production, and this call-up was a major boost for Los Tuzos. Hirving Lozano, Erick Gutierrez and Rodolfo Pizarro have all come up through Pachuca's set-up together, have shown great promise in the Liga...

Is Javier Hernandez already planning a return to the Premier League?

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes asks former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol if Chicharito could be heading to Anfield.

It might be that the team that so enjoys having Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez around, that has splashed the striker on the club website, that has begun social media accounts in Spanish to meet the ardor of many fans, is already planning for life without him.

In a way, that's simply the reality for many teams outside the circle of the very top squads in the world. If a player's goal-scoring form is enough to attract interest from one of the sport's giants, it makes sense to take the money that might...

 By Tom Marshall

Guillermo Ochoa's Mexico career suffering as Malaga exile continues

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.
Guillermo Ochoa
Guillermo Ochoa remains in limbo with Malaga 17 months after his remarkable World Cup performances.

With its beaches, Mediterranean climate and cosmopolitan vibe, Malaga isn't a bad place to live. For the next few months at least, Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa will be a resident in the Andalusian city, after the winter transfer window closed in the majority of European leagues without a serious murmur about the 30-year-old.

But while the environs of the Costa del Sol are undoubtedly attractive, Ochoa remains Malaga's number two, as he trains every day and then warms the bench on the weekend....