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 By Tom Marshall

Ricardo La Volpe confirmed as new coach of Club America

One Nacion's Tom Marshall and Cristina Alexander recap Tigres' narrow 1-0 win over Chivas.
Ricardo La Volpe coached Chiapas last season.

Former Mexico national team manager Ricardo La Volpe is the new head coach of Club America.

The Liga MX giants announced the deal on Thursday and said he would be in charge for Saturady's home game against Mexico City rival Pumas.

The 64-year-old coach, who led Chiapas last season, signed a contract until the end of the Clausura 2017 season and will challenge on three fronts -- Liga MX, Copa MX and Club World Cup -- between now and the end of the year.

"It's flattering," said La Volpe in an...

Mexico Hot List: Jonathan dos Santos, Marco Fabian making late Mexico push

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe discusses Juan Carlos Osorio's future ahead of his meeting with the Mexican federation on Wednesday.
One Nacion's Tom Marshall and John Sutcliffe recap Mexico's disappointing draw with Honduras.
Two stunning goals from Alexandre Pato and Jonathan Dos Santos respectively steered Villarreal to a 2-1 win over FC Zürich in the Europa League.

Before the final World Cup qualifying round (The Hexagonal) begins in November, Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio will have two friendlies in early October to prepare for the matches. Although the opponents, New Zealand and Panama, aren't the most intimidating rivals, Osorio will surely test out several key and fringe players who are still fighting for a starting role on El Tri's roster. With only 18 days left until the first friendly against New Zealand on October 8th in Nashville, let's take a...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

United States to host Mexico in Columbus, Ohio, to open Hex

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer breaks down all the latest news of American footballers abroad, with Christian Pulisic headlining.

The United States will host Mexico in November's World Cup qualifier in Columbus, Ohio.

The Nov. 11 game at Columbus Crew SC's MAPFRE Stadium will open the fifth and final round of CONCACAF qualifying, known as the "Hex."

Columbus has been the site for every U.S. home game against Mexico in the Hex since 2001. The U.S. won the four games in 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013 -- all by a score of 2-0.

The results have extended American fans' popular chant of "dos a cero," which began after the U.S.'s 2-0 win...

Marco Fabian shines for Eintracht Frankfurt, Vela starts for Sociedad

Marco Fabian
Marco Fabian enjoyed a rare start for Eintracht Frankfurt, and capped his performance with a goal and an assist.

Nobody expected Marco Fabian to be the star of Saturday's Bundesliga match between Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen.

Before the clash, the midfielder hadn't started for Frankfurt since April 30 and was consistently seen as a backup player for manager Niko Kovac. Even if Fabian received playing time as a substitute, his performance was likely going to be overshadowed in the match by fellow Mexican Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez. With his knack for constantly finding the back of the net for...

 By Tom Marshall

Bravo, Torrado talk opportunities for Mexican players in the U.S. and more

Former Chivas and Cruz Azul captains Omar Bravo, left, and Gerardo Torrado, right, are playing in the U.S.

Former Mexico national team players Gerardo Torrado and Omar Bravo are the type of athletes who have squeezed every last drop from the natural talent that was bestowed on them.

Professional, thoughtful and ultracompetitive, they have had as many highs and lows as you'd expect from two international stars with over 200 El Tri appearances between them. But when the former Cruz Azul teammates look back at their careers, there probably won't be many, if any, regrets.

Those careers, however, are still...