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Hernandez: Corona continues surge

 By Tom Marshall

Five Mexican hopefuls pushing to be in Miguel Herrera's next squad

A rare goal from defensive midfielder Jesus Duenas helped Tigres crush Pumas.
Tigres' Jesus Duenas is all but certain to be capped by Miguel Herrera in the upcoming Mexico friendlies.

It's been a long break in the international calendar for Mexico since that 3-2 loss in a freezing Belarus last November, but the first games of 2015 for El Tri are just around the corner, and coach Miguel Herrera will have a fair idea by now of which players will be involved.

Matches against Ecuador in Los Angeles on March 28 and Paraguay in Kansas City, Missouri, three days later open what will be a very busy next few months for Mexico, with Herrera's side participating in both the Copa America...

 By Tom Marshall

Carlos Vela (knee) out for Mexico matches against Ecuador, Paraguay

Carlos Vela is battling a meniscus tear suffered he against Real Madrid on Jan. 31.

Mexico forward Carlos Vela will not return from injury in time to be included in El Tri's squad to face Ecuador and Paraguay in late March, national team coach Miguel Herrera confirmed on Wednesday.

"For the FIFA [international] dates, all the Europe-based players are being considered, except for Carlos Vela," stated "El Piojo" Herrera in a press conference.

The 26-year-old Real Sociedad player is still recovering from surgery on a torn meniscus picked up in his side's 4-1 defeat at Real Madrid...

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Herculez Gomez blasts Ventura Alvarado for Mexico, U.S. comments

United States Men's National team head coach, Jurgen Klinsmann notes that he remains optimistic for the future of the USMNT despite the disappointing run of recent results.

U.S. and Puebla forward Herculez Gomez blasted Club America's Ventura Alvarado for not having a sense of nationalism and said the 22-year-old should keep his indecision to himself about playing for either Mexico or the United States rather than involve the media.

"He should decide before he speaks," Gomez told via telephone on Tuesday night. "With all due respect, neither the United States nor Mexico teams want to hear this from him. Both sets of fans want commitment.

"If he feels...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX pair Alvarado and Yarbrough facing big international decisions

Club America's Ventura Alvarado could well be lining up for the U.S. versus Mexico on April 15th.
Club America's Ventura Alvarado could well be lining up for the U.S. versus Mexico on April 15th.

The prospect of dual Mexico and United States citizens deciding between national teams is nothing new, but when it is at the full national team level and involves young players, the stakes are naturally higher.

That is the situation Club Leon's William Yarbrough and Club America's Ventura Alvarado may find themselves in very soon. There have been murmurings that both could soon be involved at the international level, and with Mexico and the U.S. playing friendlies later this month, before meeting...

El Tri Hot List: Herrera and Moreno solidifying national team spots

Hector Herrera has enjoyed a stellar season in midfield at Porto.
Hector Herrera has enjoyed a stellar season in midfield at Porto.

With the Gold Cup and Copa America just a few months away, it's imperative for a few of the Mexicans abroad to start making a case for themselves to national team head coach Miguel Herrera.

While some players like Hector Moreno or Andres Guardado are shoe-ins for El Tri, others like Diego Reyes and Javier Aquino might struggle to find minutes with the national team after failing to do the same for their respective club teams.

Let's take a look at some of the recent highs and lows with Mexicans...