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Mexico has to solve 2 major questions before the World Cup

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Eighty-seven days before taking on Germany in its first match of Russia 2018, Mexico appears to have only two major lingering questions for the final 23-man roster that will try to..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •

Fringe Midfielders Have Plenty to Prove for Mexico in Friendlies vs. Iceland, Croatia

fringe midfielders have plenty to prove for mexico in friendlies vs. iceland, croatia
Mexico's friendlies vs. World Cup-bound Iceland and Croatia are about team preparation for Russia, but they're also a chance for certain players to make an impression on manager Juan Carlos Osorio.

Mexico vs. Iceland live stream info, TV channel: How to watch El Tri on TV, stream online

El Tri faces a stiff test against another World Cup participant
CBS Sports

U.S.-born Jonathan Gonzalez hopes to live his World Cup dreams with Mexico

Jonathan González watched the U.S. national team’s final World Cup qualifier on TV last fall and still hasn’t forgotten how he felt after the 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago knocked the Americans..
L.A. Times

Mexico vs Iceland: Live stream, starting lineup, kickoff time & match preview

mexico vs iceland: live stream, starting lineup, kickoff time & match preview
El Tri face the fellow World Cup-bound squad in the first of a pair of March tune-ups

Andres Guardado is the leader Mexico needs at the World Cup

andres guardado is the leader mexico needs at the world cup
The midfielder is headed for his fourth World Cup and can provide leadership for El Tri in the absence of Rafa Marquez

The World Cup's most iconic players: Mexico goalkeeper Antonio Carbajal and his five tournament appearances


Commonwealth Games 2018: India's young guns ready to fire after record-breaking World Cup show

The mix of confidence and talent helped India produce its best-ever ISSF World Cup performance in the recently-concluded tournament in Mexico, where the shooters won an unprecedented nine medals,..

Joint bid for 2026 FIFA World Cup won't be hampered by anti-USA sentiment, say North American football chiefs

The joint USA-Canada-Mexico bid has long been viewed as the favourite to stage the FIFA World Cup, which will expand to 48 teams for the 2026 finals.

United States in danger of losing World Cup bid to Morocco

Three-headed bid of U.S., Canada and Mexico facing significant challenge to host 2026 World Cup. Also reported by •

U.S.-Canada-Mexico World Cup bid unconcerned about anti-U.S. sentiment

(Reuters) - Soccer officials from the United States, Mexico and Canada said on Monday they were unconcerned about any anti-American feeling as they began their final push to host the 2026 World Cup.

Unified World Cup bid defends plan to give U.S. majority of games

The group hoping to bring the 2026 World Cup to North America has defended its decision for a 60-10-10 split in games. The plan calls for the United States to stage 60 games with 10 in each of Canada..

Omar Govea joins Mexico squad with hopes of making 2018 World Cup

omar govea joins mexico squad with hopes of making 2018 world cup
The 22-year-old is having a breakout year in Belgium and, despite playing just 16 national team minutes in his career, hopes he can head to Russia

LOOK: Liga MX coaches get into heated exchange, one grabs the other by the throat

Remember ex-Mexico coach Miguel Herrera? The 2014 World Cup boss for El Tri got into a scuffle
CBS Sports

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