Mexican National Team head coach Tata Martino announced his 29-player preliminary roster for this summer’s Concacaf Gold Cup on Tuesday. Carlos Vela, Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, and Jesus Corona all have (…)
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Atlanta United isn’t used to struggling. After taking the league by storm in 2017, then storming their way through the league en route to an MLS Cup title in just their second season in 2018, the Five Stripes (…)
Tata Martino made it two wins from two as new boss of the Mexican National Team. After an easy victory over Chile last week, the former Atlanta United head coach saw his side hang on for a 4-2 triumph over (…)
Tata Martino earned his first victory as Mexican National Team head coach on Friday night. The former Atlanta United boss saw his side roll past Conmebol opponents Chile 3-1 at Qualcomm Stadium, using a (…)
Freshly-minted Mexico head coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino will coach one of El Tri’s final games before the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup in a familiar building. The former Atlanta United manager, who won the 2018 (…)
Tata Martino was officially announced as the new head coach of the Mexican National Team.
Gerardo Martino is on his way out of Atlanta but being able to bring a title to the town and team is something he will remember as he moves onto a new chapter.
Monday Ticker: Spain asks Morocco to join World Cup bid, Mexican federation deny deal with Tata, and more
After failing to win the right to host the 2026 World Cup, Morocco is being asked by two other countries to join their bid to host the 2030 World Cup. The worst kept secret in North American soccer is being (…)
Atlanta United is hoping Miguel Almiron can go the distance on Sunday in the second leg of its Eastern Conference Semifinals series vs. New York City FC.
As frustration continues to grow among the U.S. Men’s National Team fan base about the exclusion of Gerardo “Tata” Martino for the vacant head coaching job, the Atlanta United boss confirmed he hasn’t been (…)