After Mexico's tie against Jamaica in World Cup qualifying, Eric Gomez and Tom Marshall project how the El Tri roster will look at the World Cup in 2014.
Eric Gomez and Tom Marshall project how the El Tri roster will look at the World Cup in 2014. Javier Hernandez is Mexico's sole striker up top, while Jesus Corona is in goal.
Jorge Arangure examines the players, including Severo Meza and Oribe Peralta, who have something to prove in El Tri's final two qualifiers.
Jorge Arangure Jr. writes that El Tri looked impressive in what amounted to an easy World Cup qualifier win over Costa Rica on Friday night.
Jorge Arangure Jr. projects how the El Tri roster will look at the World Cup in 2014. Javier Hernandez is Mexico's sole striker up top.
Jorge Arangure Jr. writes that, for El Tri's star-less Olympic roster, team chemistry and defense were key in beating Brazil in Saturday's gold-medal match.
Jorge Arangure Jr. previews Mexico's gold-medal match against Brazil. Could El Tri win?
Jorge Arangure Jr. previews Mexico's semifinal match against Japan, explaining that El Tri needs to win one of its next two games to medal and make history.
Jorge Arangure Jr. writes that El Tri adjusted its approach and found space in the offensive zone in a 2-0 win against Gabon.
Jorge Arangure Jr. explains what went wrong for Mexico in a scoreless draw with South Korea in its Olympic opener.
Jorge Arangure Jr. previews the 2012 Olympic soccer tournament for El Tri, explaining why it's likely that the team gets eliminated in the quarterfinals.
Jorge Arangure Jr. gives five reasons the Mexican soccer team will medal at the Olympics, including great team chemistry.
Jorge Arangure Jr. gives five reasons why the Mexican soccer team won't medal at the Olympics, including high expectations.
Jorge Arangure Jr. looks at the four players with the most to prove on Mexico's Olympic team, including Miguel Ponce and Hector Herrera.
Jorge Arangure Jr. examines the list of players who could be on the El Tri senior team roster in the fall, but didn't contribute this summer. Oribe Peralta and Marco Fabian top the list.
While Carlos Velas has resurrected his club career in Europe, his success has backfired for Mexico. The team is now very thin at striker minus him and Javier Hernandez.