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Marshall: Five Mexico issues

Mexico Sep 11, 2014
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Mexico vs. Bolivia: Player ratings

Mexico Sep 9, 2014
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 Posted by Tom Marshall
3 days ago

Mexico depth chart: Marquez back in contention

There is still some thought that Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, left, could call in veteran defender Rafael Marquez.
There is still some thought that Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, left, could call in veteran defender Rafael Marquez.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico - Mexico's first two friendlies post-Brazil 2014 -- a 0-0 tie against Chile and 1-0 victory over Bolivia -- told us that head coach Miguel Herrera's thinking in terms of moving El Tri forward is very much a gradual change, rather than a sharp, sudden clear-out of players.

- Hernandez: Jimenez, Chicharito meet in Madrid derby
- Marshall: Five problems Herrera must solve
- Faitelson: Herrera's playing style taking hold

That couldn't be re-emphasized any more by the fact that...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
6 days ago

Mexicans Abroad: Jimenez and Chicharito meet in the Madrid derby

Javier 'Chicarito'  Hernandez didn't have much of an impact in his debut for Real Madrid.

If my estimations are correct, Raul Jimenez and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez were both together on the pitch for a total of about four seconds in Atletico Madrid's 2-1 win over Real Madrid on the weekend.

It was a bit of a letdown for those El Tri aficionados watching -- especially considering the hype around the match beforehand.

It was supposed to be a battle between two of Mexico's biggest stars. A battle between an ex-Chivas and an ex-America player on one of the biggest stages in world soccer.

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 Posted by Tom Marshall
Sep 11, 2014

Five problems Miguel Herrera must solve for Mexico

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says that Mexico and their young stars did not impress in their 1-0 friendly victory over Bolivia.

If you were to give Mexico a grade out of 10 for its performances over the past week against Chile and Bolivia, it would be a six.

In the first match last Saturday, El Tri matched Chile for intensity and gave a performance that showed the World Cup was no fluke.

The same elements of high work rate, tidy passing and quality were there. The only disappointment was in the final third, with Javier "Chuletita" Orozco and Giovani dos Santos missing chances they really should've put away.

That has...

 Posted by David Faitelson
Sep 11, 2014

Miguel Herrera's playing style is taking hold for Mexico

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says that Mexico and their young stars did not impress in their 1-0 friendly victory over Bolivia.

The conclusion is obvious: Mexico does not have two national teams. It has a foundation, players seeking to pave the way into the best leagues in the world, players who promise to grow, and a good coach. If they remain calm, if they receive support, if smart decisions are made, if the economic factors can be balanced with the sporting factors, there's enough to make it to Russia 2018.

- Canales: Erick Torres impressive in win vs. Bolivia
- Hernandez: Aquino, Layun head up ratings
- Marshall:...

 Posted by Andrea Canales
Sep 9, 2014

Mexico national and MLS star Erick Torres features in 1-0 win vs. Bolivia

Miguel Layun's first-half goal proved to be the difference in what was a tight contest.

In their latest international friendly, Mexico had a tidy, if unspectacular, 1-0 victory over a lackluster but doggedly-defensive Bolivia squad. The win marked coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's first win since the World Cup. It also introduced a new star for El Tri.

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Yet it wasn't the player who actually scored the goal. Miguel Layun is already an established star, long a favorite of Mexican fans for his role with Club America, one of the top clubs in Liga MX. Under Herrera, Layun transitioned well...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
Sep 9, 2014

Mexico vs. Bolivia: Miguel Layun, Javier Aquino head up El Tri player ratings

Miguel Layun's first-half goal proved to be the difference in what was a tight contest.

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. -- Bolivia weren't much competition for Miguel Herrera and Mexico on Tuesday night. Although El Tri secured a 1-0 win after 90 minutes of football and a few pitch invaders, fans will be slightly disappointed that there weren't more goals from the squad.

However, it isn't all doom for Herrera's men -- El Tri had more positives than negatives on the field and were still able to win the match. Erick Torres has emerged as a decent striker option for Mexico, Marco Fabian was extremely...