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Category: 2018 World Cup

My Cerveza is Half-Full

“Mexico crashes out of the World Cup”

“¡Fracaso para Mexico”

“Round of 16 Curse Continues”

All headlines I’ve seen since Mexico lost to Brazil. This doesn’t include all the memes on social media. I’ve kind of grown numb to the over reactions around El Tri. It’s hard not to. EVERYTHING gets blown out of proportion with this team. Continue reading

Si Se Pudo

I’m writing this the day after the game and I still can’t believe Mexico pulled it off. They executed a perfect game plan and stuck to it for all 90 minutes. So how did Mexico pull off the upset and become the first CONCACAF nation to beat Germany at a World Cup? I try to dig a little deeper.

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Mexico’s World Cup Kits

The 2018 World Cup is here and what better time than now to look back at Mexico’s previous World Cup kits. I recap El Tri’s kits since the 1994 World Cup and give you my favorite memory at each World Cup. I do try to avoid the traumatic ones but no promises.

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So, Your Team Didn’t Make The World Cup

With the US Men’s National Team heading to a summer off, what will their media partners cover?

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Mexico FIFA 18 World Cup Ratings Revealed

FIFA18 will be releasing their free World Cup 2018 update in the next few weeks. Allowing players to play as every country in the cup and try to qualify in case your country couldn’t make the cut. With that, EA Sports is updating player ratings and debuting a new player card style. Here are Mexico’s player ratings.

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Predicting Osorio’s Final 23

With the March friendlies over, players are running out of time to prove their case to Juan Carlos Osorio for a spot in his final 23 man roster. Here is my prediction of his call up list.

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Mexico’s 2018 World Cup Schedule


The draw is finally here and Mexico knows who it will face next summer. See below for El Tri’s schedule, including kickoff times.

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