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Faitelson: The other Raúl in Madrid

Liga MX Aug 13, 2014
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 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
2 days ago

Mexicans Abroad: Jimenez transitioning well

Atletico fans got their first glimpse of Raul Jimenez in a Rojiblanco shirt in a friendly versus Sampdoria.
Atletico fans got their first glimpse of Raul Jimenez in a Rojiblanco shirt in a friendly versus Sampdoria.

The big news of the weekend is once again focused on Raul Jimenez. Jimenez did not feature in Atletico Madrid's 1-0 win over Cadiz last week, but he was given the start against Sampdoria the day after.

It's very impressive that the 23-year-old striker was able to assimilate into the team after arriving only two days before the match. The quick transition over to Spain didn't seem to faze the striker on the field. Jimenez had a couple of good opportunities going forward and has already receive...

 Posted by David Faitelson
Aug 13, 2014

The other Raúl in Madrid

With his move from Club America to Atletico Madrid, Raul Jimenez becomes the most expensive transfer in Mexican football history.
With his move from Club America to Atletico Madrid, Raul Jimenez becomes the most expensive transfer in Mexican football history.

I'm sure the reporters in Spain will start off calling him by his last name. And then, if the goals start rolling in, if the class appears, if he generates results, only then will they speak of a "Raúl," of the other "Raul" that can score goals in Madrid.

Some years after Jorge Vergara surprised Mexican soccer by "delivering" Javier "El Chicharito" Hernández into the highest strata of the world of European soccer, América has finalized, on Wednesday, the most expensive trade in ...

Aug 13, 2014

Mexico to face Netherlands in friendly

The Arjen Robben penalty versus Mexico can now be found in piñata form.
Mexico will face the Netherlands again following the Oranje's controversial win in the World Cup round of 16.

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico and the Netherlands will play a friendly in November, less than five months after the teams met in the second round of the World Cup in Brazil.

The Mexican football federation said Wednesday the match will be played Nov. 12 in Amsterdam.

It will be the eighth game between the nations, and first since the Dutch won 2-1 at the World Cup.

Mexico will also play a friendly at Belarus six days later in its final match of 2014. El Tri hadn't played a friendly in Europe sin...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Aug 13, 2014

Atletico close on Raul Jimenez

Arsenal playmaker Santi Cazorla has poured cold water on speculation linking him with a return to Spain this summer.

Atletico Madrid have moved a step closer to completing the signing of Mexico striker Raul Jimenez after reaching agreement on a reported fee of 11 million euros ($14.7 million) with Club America.

- Cazorla rejects Atletico Madrid link

Jimenez, 23, has established himself as one of the most prolific forwards in his native Mexico since breaking through Club America's youth academy in 2011, and was part of Miguel Herrera's World Cup squad.

Club America striker Raul Jimenez is one of several Mexican players on the verge of moving to Europe.
Raul Jimenez's move to Atletico Madrid is expected to break the Mexican transfer record.

Jimenez had been strongly linked with a summer switch to P...

Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
Aug 12, 2014

Herrera looks back and forward

Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera may have an unorthodox approach on the touchline, but one thing is clear: he knows how to make his team succeed.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- While Miguel Herrera was a social media sensation at the World Cup, with his bombastic sideline outbursts and selfies from his hotel room balcony, almost forgotten was the way he resurrected the fortunes of the Mexico national team.

They only qualified for the World Cup thanks to some help from the U.S. but played scintillating soccer in Brazil and narrowly missed out on reaching the quarterfinals. The nation's love affair with El Tri had been restored.

Sometimes the follo...