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Finished the Qualifiers in Concacaf

The eliminatory ones in the zone of Concacaf finished. The United States team finished as leader of the standings, the selection of Mexico was placed second and the Honduran team was awarded the third direct ticket to the World Cup in South Africa 2010. While Costa Rica, which finished in the fourth place by goal difference, will have to dispute the playoff with the selection of Uruguay. First you will receive the charrúas in San José and then they will travel to Montevideo to define the ticket at the Centenario Stadium.

Undoubtedly a very tough qualifier for Mexico, but as it should be, the goal was achieved.

List of United States Summoned

The United States is already preparing its entire arsenal to face Mexico at the Estadio Azteca on August 12. Here is the list of the United States called for the game against Mexico:

Goalkeepers

  • Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, England)
  • Tim Howard (Everton, England)

Defenses

  • Carlos Bocanegra (Rennes, France)
  • Jonathan Bornstein (Chivas USA)
  • Steve Cherundolo (Hannover, Germany)
  • Jay DeMerit (Watford, England)
  • Chad Marshall (Columbus Crew)
  • Oguchi Onyewu (AC Milan, Italy)
  • Jonathan Spector (West Ham, England)

Midfielders

  • Michael Bradley (Borussia Moenchengladbach, Germany)
  • Ricardo Clark (Houston Dynamo)
  • Clint Dempsey (Fulham, England)
  • Benny Feilhaber (AGF Aarhus, Denmark)
  • Stuart Holden (Houston Dynamo)
  • José Francisco Torres (Pachuca, Mexico)

Strikers

  • Jozy Altidore (Hull City, England)
  • Conor Casey (Colorado Rapids)
  • Brian Ching (Houston Dynamo)
  • Charlie Davies (FC Sochaux, France)
  • Landon Donovan (Los Angeles Galaxy)

Salvadorans make fun of Mexico

The duel between the Mexican national team and the select El Salvador is just around the corner and while in Mexico we worry more about whether Kaka goes to Real Madrid or the transfer of Ibrahimovic to Barcelona, in El Salvador they bring a whole pachanga with the Mexican national team, they are heating up the match and apparently the only one who strikes them in Mexico is Faitelson (the ESPN commentator, former TvAzteca).

In a very famous newspaper in El Salvador they published a list of the 10 things that hurt us Mexicans:

  1. Come to Cuscatlán.
  2. Immigration.
  3. Have a non-Mexican technician in El Tri.
  4. That Tiziano Ferro says that his women are mustachioed.
  5. Not being able to go from the Octaves of Final in the World Cups.
  6. That the best medium fighter is a Filipino.
  7. That the best Mexican coach of the qualifiers will lead El Salvador.
  8. Not be in South America.
  9. That Ana Guevara never won Olympic gold.
  10. Know that the ‘gringos’ are their eternal ‘tatas’.

The Final of the Concachampions Is Postponed

The North, Central American and Caribbean Confederation (CONCACAF) announced today that the second leg of the Champions League final between Atlante and Cruz Azul is postponed, and also ended its 2009 U-17 Tijuana Championship.

With this concacaf joins the sanitary measures of the Government of Mexico in the search to avoid amateur gathering in the stadiums and thus prevent the infection of swine influenza virus.

The meeting between the Iron Colts and the Machine, was originally scheduled for this Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. at the Andrés Quintana Roo Stadium in Cancun, it was scheduled for May 12. Same day that started the league of the current Clausura 2009 of Mexican soccer, but none of the two teams will affect because they did not qualify to that round of the competition.

CONCACAF decided to end the 2009 U-17 Tijuana Championship since it had already met the objective of qualifying the national teams of Mexico, Costa Rica, United States of America and Honduras for the World Cup of the International Football Federation and Association (FIFA) Nigeria 2009.

The “A” Group participated in the United States of America, Honduras, Cuba and Canada and the first two went to the semifinals and the “B” participated Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Trinidad and Tobago and also the first two teams advanced to the next round. Obviously, according to the format of the competition, the semifinal teams qualified for Nigeria, so the tournament already fulfilled its main objective and the semifinal and final matches will no longer be played.

Aguirre denies Rafa Marquez

A few days ago the Mexican defense that militated in Barcelona, ​​declared that Mexican football was staking in mediocrity, because today, the official, new coach of the Mexican national team, Javier Aguirre, said that the national football is not finds stagnant and much less going backwards.

“The words that we are stuck are a little irresponsible, the good organization that exists here and the level is surprising, so I think we’re not so bad … You only have to see the work in basic forces and how all the First Division teams they supply themselves with their own players from the quarry. ”

“We know perfectly that, every competition that we go, we have the obligation to win it, two or three times it did not happen and I think that with the work we will do well in that aspect, but I insist that our evolution and internal organization will help us to achieve it “, Commented Javier Aguirre, the coach of the Mexican National Team.

Aguirre is already officially the coach of the National Team

Today Javier Aguirre was officially introduced as a coach of the Mexican National Team. And he has won the first match. The optimism with which the tricolor coach was received gives him an advantage against the haste with which he will have to work on the key points to get Mexico to qualify for the 2010 World Cup.

“The Mexican before anything has substance and we are squabbles where they put us, we raffle and this selection is going to raffle, I guarantee this … hopefully with the ball we can give an identity, but for these games we hope we do well with this that we Mexicans have is to break our mother. ”

So clear and sharp I speak Aguirre, who took the opportunity to take off the hero costume that everyone wants to wear: “One person is not going to save anyone, the team needs everyone.”

“Today, with pride I have 11 years as coach, I come with greater knowledge, tranquility to assume my responsibilities and in that sense I will enjoy the management of the environment … You have to think about winning the seven matches. The how, I already need, the people around us and the players. Time is short, June 6 is our “D-day” our important commitment in pursuit of that goal that is to be in the World Cup. “

Carlos Salcido and Carlos Vela suspended

The suspended Carlos, Carlos Salcido and Carlos Vela were officially suspended by FIFA to play the next match in the qualifying round for the 2010 World Cup.

“It was determined to punish Carlos Alberto Vela Garrido for having been reprimanded in two different matches and it was determined that the suspension be applied to the El Salvador-Mexico match on June 6,” the International Football Federation announced. Association (FIFA).

He also commented that Carlos Salcido Flores was expelled in the last game against Honduras, after committing a foul and preventing a clear opportunity of goal from the opposing team, therefore he must comply with the suspension in the next game.

After three days of the Concacaf hexagonal that gives three and a half tickets to South Africa, the Mexican soccer team is in fourth place in the standings with three points, below Honduras (4), Costa Rica (6) and United States. United States of America (seven) and above El Salvador (two) and Trinidad and Tobago (two).

Therefore two Europeans will not be available in the debut of the Basque Aguirre as technical director of the Mexican National Team.

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The Best of Mexico vs Honduras

Once the game is over, after the scandalous and shameful result of the Mexican national team, the only thing that remains is to analyze the game and get the best out of it, so here I leave you the best of Mexico vs Honduras.