Like so many countries in the sports world, Mexican fans have a ritual that is heard in every soccer stadium in Mexico. When an opposing goalkeeper is preparing to kick a soccer ball, fans yell "puto" in unison
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's national soccer team will have its fourth coach in six weeks.
Victor Manuel Vucetich says he's no longer coach of El Tri, and the federation called a news conference for Friday to announce who will guide the team in next month's two-game playoff against New Zealand for a World Cup berth
Last night was a great night to be a soccer fan. Mexico and Panama were fighting for the final spot to qualify for a two-game playoff to qualify for the World Cup. If Panama beat the US, they would get into the playoff
A North American throwdown that doesn't involve the United States? Just call it Sheriff Joe Arpaio's dream investigation -- Mexicans and Canadians fighting in his jurisdiction! At the World Baseball Classic being held in Phoenix, Mexico threw at Canadian batters leading to a bench-clearing brawl. Talk about easy pickin's for a busybody local lawman who takes his immigration status seriously. They're even wearing team colors!
No way it was going to happen Wednesday night. Just no way.
US Soccer is light years ahead of where it was when I watched Paul Caligiuri score late against Trinidad & Tobago -- back in the stonewashed jeans day -- to qualify the United States for Italia '90, America's first World Cup in 40 years. It has a first-division league that isn't even forced to pl
Last week I had the opportunity to take a cruise to Central America and the Caribbean. One of the places that my girlfriend and I visited was Belize. It was a humbling experience to visit a place where the locals were rather friendly, emphasize education, have a hard work ethic, and are fans of various sports.
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