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Liga MX clubs agree to form women's league to help national team

Mexico's women's team failed to qualify for the Olympics last summer.

The 18 Liga MX clubs have agreed to start an under-23 women's league in order to strengthen the game in Mexico and help El Tri's national teams, Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla says.

Each squad will have 21 players, with the age limit set at the under-23 level. Four players from the under-17 category must be included, and two players over the age limit will also be allowed in each squad.

Foreign players will not be permitted, although Mexico-U.S. dual nationals will be welcomed.

"The women's league...


Mexico announces hiring of Juan Carlos Osorio as next manager of El Tri

Mexico announced the hiring of Juan Carlos Osorio as the next manager of its national team after a contract agreement was reached on Friday.

The Mexican Football Federation announced the agreement on Saturday, saying Osorio will take over the team as they prepare to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

Mexico's statement said Osorio would sign the final papers next week and scheduled an introductory news conference for next Wednesday.

The Colombian coach had already confirmed on Wednesday that he...

Delie's quick strike sparks France to 5-0 rout of Mexico

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Marie Delie scored just 34 minutes into the first half.

Marie Delie scored off a header 34 seconds in, the second-fastest goal in the history of the Women's World Cup, and France routed Mexico 5-0 Thursday night at Ottawa, Ontario, to win Group F on goal difference over England.

Coming off a 2-0 loss to Colombia, France (2-1) scored three times in the first 13 minutes. The only Women's World Cup goal faster than Delie's following the opening kickoff was by Sweden's Lena Videkull against Japan in 1991.

Jennifer Ruiz had an own goal in the ninth minute,...

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Fran Kirby and Karen Carney score to help England defeat Mexico

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Fran Kirby provided the opener for England in the win over Mexico on Saturday.

England bounced back from Tuesday's defeat to France as they held on to record a 2-1 victory over Mexico in their World Cup Group F clash at Moncton Stadium.

Second-half goals from Fran Kirby and Karen Carney put England 2-0 up before a late strike from Fabiola Ibarra reduced the deficit in Canada.

The three points moves England up to second in the group table as they sit a point behind surprise leaders Colombia, while Saturday's opponents are bottom with just one point so far.

Mexico, who drew...