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Lozano, Hernandez top strong group of Mexicans in Europe


Osorio's Mexico reign a success despite criticism


Osorio's greatest hits -- and misses -- as El Tri boss


Jimenez' big chance to pass Chicharito


Mexico making one last attempt to convince Osorio?


Does it matter who manages Mexico next?


Liga MX 2018 Apertura: What you need to know before kickoff

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Juan Carlos Osorio has to choose: Mexico, U.S. or Europe?


Raul Jimenez scoring on his Wolves debut has him heating up Mexico Hot List

Although Mexico has yet to find a replacement for former manager Juan Carlos Osorio, the national team still has two upcoming friendlies to prepare for in early September. With matches set against Uruguay and the United States in the next FIFA international break, a number of players will be given a chance to shine the initial stages of the post-Osorio era.

With an eye towards selection for El Tri, here are the latest best and worst performances we've seen from Mexicans at home and abroad.


Is Cruz Azul's Pedro Caixinha being slept on as a candidate for the Mexico national team job?

Could Pedro Caixinha be the next boss for El Tri?
Would Cruz Azul's Pedro Caixinha make a good Mexico manager?

Are we overlooking a certain Liga MX-based manager when it comes to the Mexico national team coach's job?

The name Pedro Caixinha was mentioned all over the media back in 2015 before Juan Carlos Osorio was confirmed as El Tri's permanent coach. The Portuguese manager appeared keen back then, even if this time around he appears to be more nuanced in his enthusiasm.

"I think that in Mexico there is a great tradition of [picking] the coach that is in fashion, that is winning or has won," stated...

The top 10 Mexico internationals in Europe to watch in 2018-19

During the latest episode of the Two on Tri podcast, Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez examine potential candidates for Mexico's head coaching position.
Mexico defender Miguel Layun talks to ESPN about his move to Villarreal and why El Tri fans could not get behind Juan Carlos Osorio.

Just a few years ago, the thought of 10 Mexican players roaming European pitches seemed like a pipe dream. Even after watershed performances from the likes of Hugo Sanchez and Rafa Marquez, Europe's top leagues were slow to rely on players from the Latin American country in a more consistent manner.

High wages in Liga MX, coupled with the comforts of home also curbed the ambition of several big-name players for decades. However, 2018 is setting up to be a landmark year for the development of Mexican...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico manager search could be aided by merry-go-round in the Americas

During the latest episode of the Two on Tri podcast, Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez examine potential candidates for Mexico's head coaching position.

With the World Cup in the rear-view mirror, it's all change in the Americas as a number of national teams look for a new manager. 

Argentina, Costa Rica, United States, Mexico and Honduras have vacancies, while Colombia's top job might shortly be available. Even with Ricardo Gareca reportedly continuing with Peru and Oscar Tavarez likely to stay on with Uruguay, the situation is open, complex and potentially linked.

Costa Rica reportedly have 36 options and are set to take until October...

Club America's Diego Lainez showing why he's Mexico's next great young talent

Diego Lainez's two goals vs. Pachuca were the latest example of his unlimited potential.
Diego Lainez's two goals vs. Pachuca announced his presence on the Liga MX stage.

Diego Lainez is the type of player you can recall the time and place you saw him play live for the very first time.

The ball seems to be glued to his left foot when he dribbles, the opposition players smell danger and approach, often leaving space for teammates, and there is a grace about him that few players possess. He invites the spectator to imagine when he's on the ball, both in the immediate sense of where a play will end up, as well as just how high the 18-year-old's ceiling could be.


Hirving Lozano, Javier Hernandez lead list of Mexicans set to begin their seasons in Europe

Coming off a breakout World Cup, Hirving Lozano is poised for big things in Europe.
Can Hirving Lozano carry the momentum from his breakout World Cup into the upcoming European season?

With the World Cup now over, many of Mexico's most prominent players have now set their sights on their next European season. There's no shortage of names here, so without further ado, here's a quick 2018-19 season preview of Mexico's most noteworthy European-based players.

FW Hirving Lozano, PSV Eindhoven (Eredivisie)

With each passing day, it appears more and more likely that Lozano's move to a bigger European club will have to wait. That said, a second Eredivisie season with PSV wouldn't hurt...