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USL's Phoenix Rising sign Mexico legend Omar Bravo

Omar Bravo
Oma Bravo is Chivas' all-time leading scorer.

United Soccer League club Phoenix Rising has signed former Chivas Guadalajara standout Omar Bravo.

The club was founded in 2014 as Arizona United SC and was rebranded in November as part of an effort to enter the race to become a Major League Soccer expansion team, joining a list of 10 other markets.

Bravo, 36, scored 132 goals for the Liga MX side over a career that spanned 15 seasons.

Chivas' all-time leading scorer also made 65 appearances for Mexico, tallying 15 goals.

"Our ownership group promised...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio lauds captain Rafa Marquez's 20-year El Tri career

Rafa Marquez made his international debut in 1997 with Mexico.

LAS VEGAS -- Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio is grateful to still be able to rely on Atlas defender Rafa Marquez, 20 years after the former Barcelona player first played for El Tri.

Marquez made his debut as a 17-year-old on Feb. 5 1997 and the Mexican federation celebrated the anniversary with a video.

"It's a source of pride [to work with Marquez] because life has rewarded me by having players at club level at the end of their careers, but I've not seen anyone at the level of Rafael at national...

 By Tom Marshall

'Sport doesn't have anything to do with politics' - Mexico's Juan Carlos Osorio

Juan Carlos Osorio
Juan Carlos Osorio's Mexico side will open their busy 2017 with a friendly against Iceland in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

LAS VEGAS -- El Tri manager Juan Carlos Osorio insists that the Mexico national team is in the United States to solely play soccer and will not get involved in any political discourse.

Stars like Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Rafa Marquez have taken to social media recently to post messages of togetherness and unity amid talk about strengthening the U.S.'s southern border, but Osorio and his squad -- currently in Las Vegas for Wednesday's friendly against Iceland -- have preferred to focus on...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico legend Rafa Marquez deserves fifth World Cup - Hugo Sanchez

Club Tijuana manager Miguel Herrera reveals his desire to return as coach of the Mexican national team.
LA Galaxy and Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos reflects on his return to El Tri and discusses his goals for club and country.

Mexico legend Hugo Sanchez has urged Mexico's federation to learn from past mistakes and take veteran Rafa Marquez to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Marquez will be 39 when the competition gets underway, but Sanchez believes the former Barcelona defender and current Atlas captain must be there.

"I hope that they've learned from so much foolishness and so many mistakes and that they treat a legend and symbol like Rafa Marquez well and give him the sendoff he deserves," Sanchez told Futbol Picante...