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Miguel Herrera: The biggest and best discovery in Mexican football

Mexico have lost just three of 18 matches during Miguel Herrera's tenure as national team coach.
Mexico have lost just three of 18 matches during Miguel Herrera's tenure as national team coach.

One year on, there is not even a shadow of a doubt: He was the most notable and hopeful discovery in an era marked by disorganisation, desperation and worry in Mexican soccer. He was the one voice of reason to be heard amid the darkest days in the history of the Mexican national side.

Miguel Herrera, 365 days later, has unfurled the sails to catch the wind blowing straight to the 2018 World Cup in Russia. When Mexican football was sadly lacking the wherewithal, Herrera found ways and models to...

5 days ago

Miguel Herrera might dare Carlos Vela to say 'no' to El Tri

Erick "Cubo" Torres broke the deadlock at the death for Mexico as they defeated Panama 1-0 in an international friendly.

Mexico head coach Miguel "El Piojo" Herrera seems to have invited Carlos Vela to say no to him. "El Piojo's" frankness is sometimes an unwitting act of provocation. Herrera explains that he still hasn't decided whether he will invite Vela or merely include him in the call-up. The first is an act of diplomacy and the second is a dare.

And "El Piojo" has every right to invite, with no need to beg, as seems to have become the norm in this "tele-no-Vela", in the relationship between Mexican Football...

 By Tom Marshall
5 days ago

Mexico depth chart: Chicharito returns to the XI

Erick "Cubo" Torres broke the deadlock at the death for Mexico as they defeated Panama 1-0 in an international friendly.

Those looking on at Mexico during the past World Cup having not followed El Tri in the year beforehand watched the side and had one question: Why wasn't Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez playing?

Sure, the 26-year-old striker hadn't enjoyed regular playing time at Manchester United, but he went into the tournament as Mexico's most lauded and best-known player and one that had scored more than a goal every two games for El Tri.

Now isn't the time to go back over coach Miguel Herrera's selection policies...

6 days ago

Money, not soccer, driving Mexico toward Gold Cup priority

Mexico fans can expect to see Chicharito Hernandez at next summer's Gold Cup, but probably not at the 2015 Copa America in Chile.
Mexico fans can expect to see Chicharito Hernandez at next summer's Gold Cup, but probably not at the 2015 Copa America in Chile.

It's not hard to understand: The money is in the Gold Cup. The soccer and higher level of competition could be in the Copa America. But it doesn't take a clairvoyant to know which tournament Mexican soccer will choose.

Miguel Herrera has again set the bar very high for the future outlook of the Mexican national team: Win the Gold Cup and reach the final of the Copa America. To what extent is the national coach lying or exaggerating?

180 minutes against Honduras and Panama seem to make it clear...

6 days ago

Looking back on the night the United States saved Mexico

Graham Zusi's 92nd minute goal versus Panama last October will forever live in CONCACAF lore.
Graham Zusi's 92nd minute goal versus Panama last October will forever live in CONCACAF lore.

Ninety-five seconds.

That is all that separated Mexico from not qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. Ninety-five seconds from hundreds of millions of dollars in sponsorship money down the drain. Ninety-five seconds from more than a hundred million people, who have red, green and white running through their veins, dealing with the indignity of their national team failing to qualify for the world's most decorated sporting event.

To understand better what happened on Oct. 15, 2013, the final night...