Predicting Juan Carlos Osorio's Lineups for Mexico's Upcoming Friendlies
It's nearly impossible to predict Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio's lineups. We try anyway.
Pulido, Fabian, Gio, and Aldrete Have Plenty to Prove in El Tri Friendlies
November's friendlies for El Tri are meaningless on paper. But Pulido, Fabian, Gio and Aldrete could secure their places on the team for the World Cup qualifying matches.
Marco Fabian's Resurgence Puts Him on the Verge of a National Team Call-Up
The once struggling midfielder is now starring for fifth-place Frankfurt. Is that enough to earn him a call-up to El Tri?
Get Ready for the La Volpe Experiment at Club America
Can the highly influential Argentinian manager help America get back on track?
The Mexican National Team Needs the Dos Santos Brothers
Both Jonathan and Giovani are starring for their club teams. It's time for Mexico to bring them back to the national team.
Rating the Liga MX Favorites at the Halfway Point
The playoff race in Liga MX is starting to take shape near the halfway point of the season. Who are the favorites to win the title?
What's Wrong with the Mexican National Soccer Team?
With a World Cup qualifier against the United States looming in November, we take a look at what ails El Tri.
Liga MX Review: Five Players Osorio Missed for the Mexican National Team
Last week, El Tri manager Juan Carlos Osorio released his 24-man roster for the two upcoming World Cup qualifying matches against El Salvador and Honduras. The list many fans scratching their heads.
Liga MX Review: After Salcedo Loan to Fiorentina, Which Mexican Youngster Will Next Move to Europe?
Will any other young Mexican player make the move to Europe during this transfer window?
Liga MX Review: What's wrong with Leon?
A few months ago, Leon was looking like a club on the rise in the midst of a strong Apertura performance. What happened?
Liga MX Review: Are the Olympics Ruining Pachuca's Chances of Defending Their Title
No team has more players on Mexico's Olympic soccer team than Pachuca. Now they are suffering because of it.
Liga MX Review: 11 goals Allowed in Three Matches. Are Chivas in Crisis?
Chivas just suffered a brutal week in which it lost three games in six days, none of them close. It's not great, but also not nearly as bad as it looks.