2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
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22hTom Marshall

Mexico's Fabian to leave Eintracht Frankfurt

Fabian has one year left on his contract and it seems the Bundesliga club prefers to sell him now, rather than letting him go for free next summer.

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1dTom Marshall

Napoli chairman De Laurentiis rules out Ochoa

Last season's Serie A runners-up are in the market for another goalkeeper after sale of Pepe Reina and injury sustained by replacement Alex Meret.

2dCesar Hernandez

Jimenez scoring on Wolves debut heats up Hot List

It doesn't get any better than scoring on your Premier League debut, which is why Raul Jimenez leads the way in this edition of the Mexico Hot List.

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7dTom Marshall

Herrera: El Tri manager should know Mexico

Former El Tri coach Miguel Herrera believes Juan Carlos Osorio's replacement as Mexico manager should have experience in the country.

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8dEric Gomez

Ten Mexicans abroad to watch in 2018-19

As European football gets set to resume, ESPN FC looks at the 10 Mexico internationals who will be worth watching in the Old World in 2018-19.

Almeyda the front-runner to coach Mexico? (7:03)
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10dTom Marshall

Lainez hints at being the future for Mexico

Diego Lainez has for a few years now been considered Mexico's next great young talent. On Saturday against Pachuca he showed exactly why.

Vela: I preferred basketball, but was better at football (3:10)
Carlos Vela addresses his future with Mexico (3:10)
Layun opens up about Villarreal and Osorio (1:54)
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17dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Ferretti says 'thanks...but no' to Mexico job

Tigres manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti has ruled himself out of the Mexico job, after recent reports suggested he was the federation's top choice.

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18dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Chicharito: Osorio best coach I've had with El Tri

West Ham United striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez heaped praise on Juan Carlos Osorio after the ex-Mexico manager stepped away on Friday.

Gomez: Osorio may be as good as it gets for U.S. (4:12)

RankingsFIFA World Cup

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