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Juan Carlos Osorio doubted Mexico players believed they could beat Brazil

Herculez Gomez reacts to LAFC striker Carlos Vela's comments about playing for Mexico at the Olympics.
Herculez Gomez says having Jurgen Klopp in charge wouldn't have improved Mexico's 2018 World Cup performance.
Former Mexico coach Javier Aguirre says he made one of the worst mistakes of his career at the 2002 World Cup.

Former Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said he was met with silence when he asked El Tri's players if they could defeat Brazil in the Round of 16 of Russia 2018 World Cup and has questioned whether Mexico had the quality to pull it off.

Osorio's team defeated Germany in the opening game of the tournament and then picked up three points against South Korea, before falling to Sweden in the final group game and eventually losing 2-0 to Brazil in the Round of 16.

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How the 1970 World Cup in Mexico changed the face of global soccer forever

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MEXICO CITY -- The 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico stands alone as a landmark event featuring a parade of innovations vital to soccer's development. It was the first World Cup to be globally broadcast, the first to be played outside of Europe and South America, the first to feature staples such as penalty cards and substitutions, and the first to realize significant commercial potential.

In short, Mexico '70 -- which kicked off 50 years ago May 31 -- left a deep imprint in the sport's collective memory.

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No Mexico games in U.S. until fans return - Mexico federation president

Jordan Morris says the USMNT are "confident and optimistic" about Gregg Berhalter's direction for the team.
Herculez Gomez reacts to LAFC striker Carlos Vela's comments about playing for Mexico at the Olympics.
Herculez Gomez says having Jurgen Klopp in charge wouldn't have improved Mexico's 2018 World Cup performance.

The Mexico national team will not be playing in the United States until fans are allowed back into stadiums, meaning El Tri is unlikely to play in the U.S. this year, according to Mexican federation (FMF) president Yon de Luisa.

Mexico usually plays five friendly games per year in the United States through its contract with Soccer United Marketing (SUM), attracting crowds that are regularly over 50,000.

However, the coronavirus pandemic means the immediate future of international football is up...

Liga MX warned by FIFA over pro/rel suspension, multi-team ownerships

Taylor Twellman explains the importance of the MLS-Liga MX rivalry after the MLS All-Star Game was cancelled.
Herculez Gomez reacts to LAFC striker Carlos Vela's comments about playing for Mexico at the Olympics.
Herculez Gomez says having Jurgen Klopp in charge wouldn't have improved Mexico's 2018 World Cup performance.
Herculez Gomez has no problem with Liga MX's decision to cancel the 2020 Clausura season due to coronavirus.

Liga MX's suspension of promotion and relegation for six years has not been seen in a positive light by FIFA, with the governing body warning the Mexican federation (FMF) that it should to be reinstituted further down the line.

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Liga MX announced on April 17 that pro/rel between Mexico's top two flights would be suspended and confirmed that the second division would become a league more focused on developing new...

Liga de Balompie seeks approval for separate Mexico squad under ConIFA

Herculez Gomez has no problem with Liga MX's decision to cancel the 2020 Clausura season due to coronavirus.
Taylor Twellman explains the importance of the MLS-Liga MX rivalry after the MLS All-Star Game was cancelled.

The new Liga de Balompie Mexico has asked ConIFA to approve it's membership so it can field an separate international team comprised of Mexican players, with the two sides also in talks about sanctioning the league.

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"They have turned in an application for their national team to be part of ConIFA and so now we are talking about other things as far as the league goes and sanctioning and things like that," North American...