The World Cup is finally here. How are Mexico fans feeling? …… Yeah, I’m not making any plans for us to be in the final on December 18th either. But I don’t think things are as bad as many are making them out to be for El Tri. Maybe it’s the optimistic in me but I think Mexico is more likely to end their tournament in the knockout round instead of the group stage in Qatar.Continue reading
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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 Raul Jimenez playing against Chelsea but it might take some work to find Jesus Corona flying down the wings for Porto. I keep an updated Google Calendar with dates and kickoff times that will make it easier to know when these games are taking place but in this article, I’ll try to find where to watch those games. Whether its on TV or via a streaming service.Continue reading
One final weekend to go for a few of our Mexicans Abroad. Hold on to your butts….Continue reading
Summer is just around the corner but we are not there yet.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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
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.Continue reading
Mexico take on Belgium in Brussels on Friday. It’s a rare “away” game for El Tri who like to play their friendlies in the US. Some say friendlies don’t matter and to a certain extent that will always be the case since they’re not part of an official tournament but how you play in friendlies does matter. With that in mind, here are a couple of things I will be watching for in Friday’s friendly.
This preview is brought to us by Edgar Avalos (@Bayer04LevMX). He previews the big Bundesliga matchup between Bayer and Dortmund. Two teams currently at opposite ends of the table.
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.