Brent Latham previews Mexico's final group stage match against Switzerland, explaining that El Tri needs to play a solid lineup to ensure advancing to the knockout stage.
Brent Latham recaps the main takeaways from the Toulon tournamnet for El Tri, including that offense shouldn't be a problem for the team but that the defense needs work.
Brent Latham previews the Toulon tournament for El Tri's Olympic team. With tough competition, the tournament will be a good proving ground for players looking to make the Olympic roster.
Brent Latham says a possible lack of stars threatens the quality and competitiveness of the Mexican Olympic team.
Brent Latham explains the issue with the impending break of the FMF and the Mexican league. With the two entities separated, the federation loses its most powerful tool for ensuring that youth soccer is properly prioritized in Mexico.
Brent Latham explains why Mexican soccer clubs in danger of relegation should focus on promoting youth players rather than looking to sign risky foreign imports.
Brent Latham explains why goalkeeper Richard Sanchez has a bright future, in an interview for ESPN Insider.
After a 2-0 defeat to Canada, the U.S. is in danger of not advancing to the semifinals. Brent Latham previews tonight's match against El Salvador, a virtual must-win for the U.S.
Brent Latham examines five things to watch in Olympic qualifying for El Tri, including if the team has a capable target man and if the team will take its opponents seriously enough.
In the second installment of Insider's 2012 Olympic lineup projection, Brent Latham explains how Ike Opara, Freddy Adu and others fit on the team.
Brent Latham previews the U-23 team's friendly against Mexico on Wednesday by asking six pressing questions, including: Can Teal Bunbury handle the scoring load?
In the first installment of Insider's 2012 Olympic lineup projection, Brent Latham explains how Freddy Adu, Juan Agudelo and Brek Shea fit into the U.S. picture.