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 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio gets chance second meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson

Mexico head coach Juan Carlos Osorio "patiently waited many days" to have an opportunity to speak to then Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson for five minutes back in the early 2000s. It was a process that involved persistence, a trait that has characterized Osorio's career in general, but perhaps especially so given he was then a Manchester City assistant.

But Osorio has never forgotten the meeting with Ferguson, in particular the words of encouragement about rotating players to increase...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico announces World Cup friendly vs. Wales in Rose Bowl

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez recap Mexico's first friendly of 2018, discuss who's on track to make Osorio's World Cup squad and reflect on Jonathan Gonzalez's debut.
After Jonathan Gonzalez's second-half cameo against Bosnia, ESPN's Herculez Gomez questions Juan Carlos Osorio's decision to deploy him in a more advanced position.

Mexico will face Wales in the Rose Bowl on May 28 as part of El Tri's preparation for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The game against Wales will be Mexico's first of three friendlies to prepare for the World Cup, with a match in Estadio Azteca on June 2 against Scotland and a final game against Denmark in Copenhagen on June 9 completing the series, before El Tri heads to Russia to face Germany in its Group F opener on June 17.

There will be four days of events in the build-up to the game, including...

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Sepp Blatter endorses Morocco bid over U.S. to host 2026 World Cup

FIFA president Gianni Infantino speaks to ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti about his hopes of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups being able to change any negative perceptions of both Russia and Qatar.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino tells Gab Marcotti the World Cup 'cannot afford' to be decided by an incorrect refereeing decision.

Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Thursday endorsed Morocco's bid to host the 2026 World Cup over the joint bid from the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Blatter, who is banned from any role in global football for financial misconduct, issued his backing for the event to return to Africa, where he still has support after championing South Africa's bid to host in 2010.

Referencing the joint bid from the North American countries, Blatter tweeted: "World Cup 2026: Co-Hosting rejected by FIFA...

FIFA lifts ban on public endorsements of 2026 World Cup bids

LONDON -- A ban on voters publicly endorsing any 2026 World Cup bid has been lifted by FIFA in the face of criticism from football officials.

The governing body last month ordered officials not to openly discuss the merits of either the joint Northern American bid, featuring the United States, Canada and Mexico, or the rival bid from Morocco.

It led to Confederation of African Football President Ahmad to express frustration at being restricted from backing his continent's bid.

But FIFA Secretary...

Expectations high for Liga MX clubs in CONCACAF Champions League

Henry Martin has been a revelation with his five goals and two assists for Club America.

Expectations are unsurprisingly high for the Liga MX teams involved in this year's CONCACAF Champions League tournament. Since 2006, no club outside of Mexico's first division has won top honors in the CONCACAF competition. Whether it be in the "Champions Cup" or "Champions League" era, a Liga MX team always seems to finish with the title in hand.

This year, the responsibility of maintaining that streak from 2006 lies in the hands (and feet) of four Liga MX squads: Club America, Chivas, Tijuana...