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 By Nayib Moran

Omar Govea continues special season, Marco Fabian nears return

The guys discuss Bruce Arena's TV appearance, Mexico's successful international break and how to fix the MLS Cup playoffs.

With Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez out with a hamstring strain that could take two weeks to heal and Andres Guardado scheduled to play Monday night, this weekend's action of Mexico's European legion wasn't as heavy. Most of Mexico's players were coming off a week-and-a-half stretch that included friendlies against Belgium and Poland. Chicharito got injured during the Belgium game, and that's why he missed David Moyes' debut with West Ham, which finished with a 2-0 loss to Watford.

One of the main...

CONCACAF unveils League of Nations for all members including U.S., Mexico

ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez explains why he was an outlier coming up in a flawed system where many talented U.S. prospects fall through the cracks.

CONCACAF is launching a new national team competition to begin play in September 2018 that will include the United States and Mexico.

The new CONCACAF League of Nations, which will be played on FIFA fixture dates in place of many friendlies, will feature all 41 member associations in North and Central America and the Caribbean. The exact format and schedule will be announced early next year.

It will be divided into three divisions based on "sporting level" with promotion and relegation between...

CAS rules FIFA wrong to fine Mexico for fans' ant-gay chant

Herculez Gomez assesses which of the qualified CONCACAF teams can make the deepest run at the World Cup.

FIFA was judged wrong to fine Mexico's football federation for fans chanting anti-gay slurs at opposition goalkeepers at World Cup qualifying games.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport judges hearing Mexico's appeal accepted the chants were "insulting words," even if fans did not intend to offend, the court said on Thursday when it published the verdict.

"[The words] could still be considered discriminatory or insulting in nature and should not be tolerated in football stadiums,'' the court said.

However,...

Six lessons for the World Cup from Juan Carlos Osorio's six Mexico losses

The FC crew answer your tweets on Germany's Confederations Cup squad, Juan Carlos Osorio's future with Mexico and much more.

With less than seven months to go until the 2018 World Cup, the Mexico national team is at a very good point in its preparation.

The squad not only finished at the top of CONCACAF's Hexagonal, but also recently finished a European friendly tour with a 1-0 win over Poland and a noteworthy 3-3 draw against Belgium. Mexico currently has a good balance of experience and youth within its roster and is developing exciting names like Hirving Lozano and Edson Alvarez before Russia 2018.

All that said, there...