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Dream Season for Raul Jimenez

Raul Jimenez had a bumpy start to his European career. It started with him receiving just 4 league starts in his first season with Atletico Madrid and scoring 1 goal. His estimated $12m transfer seemed like a bust for the Spanish giants. He was sent to Benfica and experienced some success but was never fully trusted to lead the line for the Portuguese giants. Jimenez never started more for than 8 league games or saw more than 1,000 league minutes in any of his 3 seasons in Portugal. Although he did reach double digit goal totals in 2 out of the 3 seasons, he wanted more responsibility than being a super sub. A Mexican striker in Europe in wanting to be more than a super sub, sound familiar?

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FIFA Conversations: Cesar Hernandez

Cesar and I played a couple FIFA19 games as we discussed Mexican soccer.

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Weekend Preview: 1/4

Rough season for Moreno so far

With several leagues in the middle of their winter break, this weekend’s schedule will be light.

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Raul Jimenez Blossoming in England

Art by Louise Cobbold

Coming into the season, there were a lot of questions whether Raul Jimenez could establish himself as a starter for the newly promoted Wolves. In his 3 seasons in Portugal, Raul only had 20 league starts while coming off the bench 60 times. He never reached 1,000 league minutes in any season or had more than 7 league goals. Many expected him to flop and end up back in Mexico by the summer of 2019. Fortunately for him, he has taken advantage of his opportunity.

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Weekend Preview: 8/24

The German league starts this weekend and more importantly, so does the Cyprus league. The Mexicans Abroad calendar is getting a little bit crowded. Let’s see whats going on this weekend. 

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Mexicans Abroad Calendar

Hard to keep track when los Europeos play..

Keeping track of your favorite Mexican Abroad can be a little bit of a challenge sometimes. Whether its the Carabao Cup or the DFB- Pokal, I got you covered with kickoff times.

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Mexicans On The Move?

Poor Memo

The summer transfer window is winding down but as is usually the case, rumors and moves are ramping up. Our Mexicans Abroad are no exception.

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How To Watch Mexicans Abroad 2018-2019

No longer is it rare to turn on your TV early Saturday or Sunday morning and see a Mexican National team player playing in a European league. Of course, not all of them are easy to find on your program guide or preferred streaming service. It might be easy to turn on NBC and see Chicharito playing against Chelsea but it might take some work to find Tecatito flying down the wings for Porto. I update a Google Calendar with dates and kickoff times but in this article, I’ll try to find where to watch those games. Whether its on TV or via a streaming service.

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Mexicans Abroad Season Preview

The European season has arrived. Most of the leagues will be kicking off over the next 2 weekends. Its a good time to preview the upcoming season for our Mexicans in Europe.

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Reports: Sevilla Exercising Buy Option On Layun

Ojogo is reporting that Sevilla will be using their €6mil option on Miguel Layun, Their loan deal with Porto was structured so there was 2 buy options. If exercised by 4/30, the option was €5mil if used afterwards, the cost will be around €6mil. This would end an up and down season for Layun on a high note.

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