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 By Nayib Moran

Jonathan Gonzalez's debut confirms Mexico's enviable midfield depth

MEXICO CITY -- Heading into Wednesday night's game in San Antonio, Tex., the idea that dominated chat among fans was that the friendly against Bosnia & Herzegovina would be the last chance to impress Juan Carlos Osorio. The first half against Bosnia had few details of note other than observing Orbelin Pineda playing on the left flank. Elias Hernandez played more centrally as one of the midfielders in the 4-3-3 formation, rarely venturing down the right flank where he's had a lot of success with...

Mexico Hot List: Lozano continues to exceed expectations, Vela drifting

Hirving Lozano is having a superb season so far at PSV Eindhoven.

Later this week, Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio is set to release his roster for November's two Europe-based friendlies. For some tried and true names, these games will represent an opportunity to solidify their starting spot with El Tri while for others, the call-up will provide a much-needed and invaluable invitation to strengthen their relevance in the national team picture.

With this in mind, let's take a look at some of the recent best and worst performances from those in the running for...

 By Tom Marshall

Osorio, Mexico still searching for someone to fill holding midfield role

Despite trying various options, Juan Carlos Osorio has yet to find a holding midfielder in his mold.

Mexico's central midfield conundrum needs a solution before Russia 2018.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio admitted in January 2016 that he was interested in calling up Argentine Guido Pizarro to El Tri, which tells a story.

It speaks of Osorio's struggle to find the type of holding midfielder he is looking for with the Mexican national team. And that struggle continues. 

Osorio's requisites for the deeper-lying central midfielder in a 4-3-3 mean he'd find it difficult to hit upon the ideal...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio given vote of confidence before Mexico semifinal

Juan Carlos Osorio's fiery brand of coaching will be leading Mexico for the foreseeable future.

LOS ANGELES -- One of the talking points in Mexico after El Tri's 1-0 quarterfinal victory over Honduras in the Gold Cup was a video of a hug on the final whistle between Mexican federation (FMF) president Decio de Maria and Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio.

It was an embrace that spoke of relief, certainly for Osorio, but for De Maria as well. Ahead of that game, Osorio had been questioned about whether he believed his job was on the line with a loss. He responded by saying the question should be...