2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
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2dJeff Carlisle

CONCACAF backs Gold Cup to 2023, beyond

Speaking to the Athletes Council at the USSF's Annual General Meeting, president Cordeiro appeared to indicate the Gold Cup's future is uncertain.

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10dTom Marshall

Young Mexicans shine in Liga MX weekend

Liga MX's weekend gave hope to the national team. And the player everyone seems to be talking about is Veracruz goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado.

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23dCesar Hernandez

Europeo of the week: Hirving Lozano

Hirving Lozano's pair of goals for PSV Eindhoven finally give him the award this week, with Diego Lainez also thriving at new club Real Betis.

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27dESPN

Valencia boss calls Chicharito move 'complicated'

"Chicharito is an option because he plays so little and is keen to come, but the situation is complicated," Garcia Toral said of the Mexico star.

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30dCesar Hernandez

Europeo of the week: Hector Herrera

Hector Herrera kept Porto five points clear atop the league and pushed them into the cup semifinals with two brilliant performances.

Transfer Rater: Vela to Barcelona? Modric to Inter Milan? (2:01)
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37dTom Marshall

Lozano, Morgan win CONCACAF player awards

It is the first player of the year award for Mexico's Hirving Lozano, while U.S. star Alex Morgan takes her fourth on the women's side.

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38dCesar Hernandez

Europeo of the week: 'Tecatito' Corona shines

"Tecatito" put on a show with two assists to help FC Porto to a win before helping out by playing at right-back, so deserves the award.

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41dTom Marshall

Foundation for Lainez's success is at Betis

With a forward-thinking manager, a visionary sporting director and Mexico's captain, Real Betis have everything Diego Lainez needs to succeed.

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42dCesar Hernandez

Five youngsters poised to debut for Mexico in 2019

Diego Lainez and Roberto Alvarado both broke into the Mexican national team in 2018. Cesar Hernandez tabs five talents who could join them in 2019.