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MLS, Liga MX more competitive than Europe week-in, week-out - Martino

As MLS and Liga MX mull a new tournament like the SuperLiga of the mid-2000s, Taylor Twellman says the time is right for a new competition.

Mexico coach Gerardo "Martino isn't overly concerned that players like Marco Fabian, Miguel Layun and Carlos Salcedo having left European club sides over recent weeks.

The Argentine is adamant that his players need to play regularly, regardless of which club they feature for, with Fabian signing for Philadelphia Union, Salcedo joining Tigres and Layun moving to Monterrey so far this year.

"Like I've said in recent weeks, my biggest concern is the players finding rhythm," said Martino in a news...

 By Tom Marshall

Alejandro Zendejas yet to make switch request from U.S. to Mexico - FIFA

Alejandro Zendejas has featured for the U.S. under-17 and under-20s.

Chivas winger and former U.S. youth international Alejandro Zendejas is yet to apply for his one-time switch to be able to play for Mexico at international level, FIFA has confirmed to ESPN FC.

The Mexico-born 21-year-old was raised in the U.S., played three games for the country at the 2015 Under-17 World Cup in Chile and was a regular for its youth national teams, but was selected for a Mexico camp with the U-22s this week, having previously been called up to the U-21s in 2017.

If Zendejas is...

Mexicans abroad: Nestor Araujo clinches Europeo of the Week award

A long list of the top talents in Mexican soccer are making names for themselves in clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions -- and a "dishonorable mention" prize -- here are the noteworthy performances...

Mexico's Gerardo Martino includes four uncapped players in first squad

Gerardo Martino has named his first squad for a Mexico City training camp.

Gerardo "Tata" Martino has named his first Mexico squad, including four players without previous national team experience, for a camp in Mexico City beginning on Sunday.

Chivas forward Alexis Vega, Atlas attacking midfielder Juan Pablo Vigon, Monterrey midfielder Carlos Rodriguez and America defender Jorge Sanchez were all included for the first time.

Santos Laguna holding midfielder Jose Juan "Gallito" Vazquez has returned to the squad, having been regularly left out under previous coach Juan Carlos...

Mexico's Gerardo Martino: No plans to use naturalized players on squad

Gerardo Martinez said he would be starting off on the wrong foot in Mexico if he focused on naturalizing players for the squad.

Mexico manager Gerardo Martino said he has no intentions of calling up naturalized players as he begins his tenure, adding that foreign players who wish to play for his national team isn't a priority.

"I have to consider the players I have available," Martino said at a news conference in Los Angeles. "If one of my starting points 30 days after becoming coach is naturalizing players, I'd be starting my job off on the wrong foot."

The former Argentina and Barcelona manager said he's eager to...