Clasico Nacional: English Edition?
Wolves vs West Ham is the game I will definitely be watching this weekend. Raul has played every minute this season for Wolves and Chicharito is coming off scoring a goal in a mid-week cup game. Besides that game, this weekend is full of good matchups.
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. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
While most of us are still trying to come down from
last Saturday’s game, European club soccer is back.
In case you missed it,
Mexico released a 25 man roster for the “CONCACAF Cup.” The list will be brought down to 23 by Monday. Mexico is doing everything they can to give Rafa and Guardado as much time to recover from injuries. But that game is next weekend, who is playing this weekend?
With national team callups being announced soon, this weekend will likely be the final chance players have to impress Tuca for a spot on the final 23.
After a successful Champions League matchday 1 for Mexicans, league games await. Scroll down to see this weekend’s schedule and what games I will be watching.
Photo by Carlos Barron (@cbarronjr)
Mexico is coming off a
promising international break, time for the Europeos to go to work with their club teams. Some and unfortunately, others do not (Memo).Among those with new clubs, Chicharito is all set to make his competitive players have a new home debut for Bayer. Now lets see who kicks off when in this weekend’s schedule.
roster for the friendlies has been released. This is the final weekend of club games before the international break. Let’s see what there is to watch.
The European Leagues are in full swing this weekend. La Liga and Serie A kick off. Let’s see what matches are worth waking up for. Plus a preview of Pulido and El Kaiser’s seasons abroad.