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1dTom Marshall and Jeff Carlisle

Domestic struggles make for interesting Campeones Cup

Toronto and Tigres are representing MLS and Liga MX as champions in the Campeones Cup, but their domestic forms have been anything but title-worthy.


Maradona wins first match as Dorados manager

A hat trick from Vinicio Angulo helped get Diego Maradona's managerial career in Mexico off to the perfect start as Dorados beat Tapachula 4-1.

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3dTom Marshall

Mexico prepares for Maradona's 'crazy' debut

Ahead of Diego Maradona's Dorados coaching debut, his new boss insists "sometimes it is the crazy ones that open the path that the wise follow."

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5dTom Marshall

Is Ferretti the right coach for Mexico?

One thing is clear: Ricardo Ferretti dances to a different beat and wouldn't suddenly get flustered because he's the Mexico national team manager.

5dTom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez

Liga MX W2W4: Furch saving Santos, Necaxa eye upset

The second half of Liga MX's Apertura kicks off this weekend. Julio Furch's form for Santos Laguna and a potential upset is what we are watching.

6dTom Marshall

Tigres exec: No word from Mexico over Ferretti

Tigres' president said Mexico officials haven't approached the club over Ricardo Ferretti taking over El Tri on a permament basis.

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7dTom Marshall

Mexico lost focus after Miazga mocked Lainez

Matt Miazga mocking Diego Lainez's height took the headlines, but Mexico need Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti to mold its new generation.

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8dCesar Hernandez

Lainez 8/10 but missed chances doom Mexico

Mexico showed glimpses of an efficient attack against the U.S. but failure to capitalize on key chances doomed El Tri on Tuesday.

9dAssociated Press

Ready to 'give my heart' at new club - Maradona

Argentina soccer legend Diego Maradona says he has left his off-the-pitch issues behind and is ready to work hard for second-tier club Dorados.

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9dJeff Carlisle and Tom Marshall

U.S. vs. Mexico: Has the rivalry lost some bite?

Tuesday's U.S. vs. Mexico clash in Nashville feels like a bit of a clean slate in their fiery history. Just how does their rivalry stand in 2018?

9dJeff Carlisle, Arch Bell and Jason Davis

W2W4: U.S. must get more creative vs. Mexico

The U.S. showed vs. Brazil that they can defend, but it's clear it needs to show more in attack vs. Mexico. Plus: who replaces John Brooks?

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9dTom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez

W2W4: Gonzalez, young core get taste of old rivalry

Mexico will take on the United States in Nashville on Tuesday (ESPN, 8:30 p.m. ET) and has Jonathan Gonzalez ready to face former teammates.

10dESPN Mexico

Maradona's links with Mexico go way back

Diego Maradona becoming Mexican club Sinaloa Dorados' coach was a surprise, but he has a long history with the country with its ups and downs.