2018 Schedule

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4th in FIFA World Cup
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14hTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Osorio leaning toward leaving Mexico - sources

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said he will make his future clear within the next two days as he decides whether to stay or accept another offer.

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4dTom Marshall

Tigres' Ferretti denies interest in Mexico job

Tigres coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti vowed to continue at the club, even if the Mexico job becomes available, after his team defeated Santos Laguna.

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5dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Gonzalez named Liga MX rookie of the year

Former U.S. youth international Jonathan Gonzalez was named rookie of the year at Liga MX's "Balon de Oro" awards ceremony on Saturday.


Mexico will support Osorio if he stays - Vela

Carlos Vela, one of Mexico's standouts in Russia, said his teammates would fully back Juan Carlos Osorio's return but offered little on his future.

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10dTom Marshall

Almeyda: I wouldn't refuse Mexico or Argentina

Matias Almeyda on whether he would accept an offer to manage the Mexico or Argentina national teams: 'Who wouldn't like a job like that?'

10dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Marquez takes director role with Liga MX's Atlas

Recently retired Mexico international Rafa Marquez will become a director at Liga MX club Atlas, club president Gustavo Guzman has confirmed.

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15dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Mexico in 'no rush' about Osorio amid U.S. links

Speculation over Osorio has grown since El Tri were eliminated from the World Cup, with links to the U.S., Argentina and Colombia roles.

Is it fair to call Mexico's World Cup a bust? (3:28)
Matchday 18: Neymar stars, Belgium's historic comeback (0:55)
Salazar: There's a ceiling on Mexican soccer (5:36)
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18dTom Marshall

Mexico can't match quality, depth of Brazil

Mexico's dream of the "Quinto Partido" died in its round-of-16 loss to Brazil, who couldn't be matched by an El Tri side short on quality and depth.

Has Neymar brought shame to Brazil with his latest antics? (5:44)
18dTom Marshall

Mexico needs more players in Europe - Osorio

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio stressed that Mexico needs to export more players to Europe in order to compete with the likes of Brazil.

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18dNick Ames, ESPN.com writer

Neymar delivered the good and bad in Brazil's win

Neymar's antics on the touchline will be what is remembered from Monday's win over Mexico, but the fact is he drove Brazil to victory.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-3Tied-23rd
Goals Scored3Tied-17th
Goals Conceded6Tied-19th