Jorge Sampaoli’s World Cup did not go as planned with Argentina but, after being linked to a number of jobs, the veteran manager reportedly has a preferred job in mind.
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The Mexico job remains a talking point heading into the fall while Lionel Messi has been recognized by Barcelona with a new role.
Juan Carlos Osorio’s time as Mexico National Team manager has come to an end. The Mexican Federation (FMF) announced on Friday that the 56-year-old will not be returning to his position after much (…)
Following the World Cup, Juan Carlos Osorio has reportedly received a number of job offers from around the world. The U.S. Men’s National Team job, however, is not among them. At least not yet.
For the seventh consecutive World Cup, Mexico’s tournament concluded in the Round of 16.
Despite it all going wrong on Wednesday, the soccer gods took care of Mexico, who will live to fight another day after a major humbling.
Landon Donovan stated in a recent interview that he genuinely wanted to see Mexico do well at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.