Mexico have dismissed head coach Miguel Herrera after he allegedly punched a journalist.
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera denied punching a journalist at Philadelphia airport, one day after Mexico clinched the Gold Cup.
Mexico claimed a record seventh Gold Cup trophy as they defeat first-time finalists Jamaica in Philadelphia.
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Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez should be fit to return towards the end of pre-season after having surgery on his fractured collarbone.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken collarbone.
Chile thrashed Bolivia 5-0 at the Copa America while Ecuador beat Mexico 2-1 for their first finals win in 11 years.
Copa America hosts Chile had two goals ruled out for offside in a roller coaster 3-3 draw against Mexico in Santiago.
Mexico made an underwhelming start to their Copa America campaign as they were held to a goalless draw by Bolivia.
Germany beat European champions Spain 1-0 in Tuesday night's friendly thanks to a late goal from Toni Kroos.
Divock Origi and Romelu Lukaku helped Belgium beat Iceland 3-1, while Carlos Vela inspired Mexico to beat Netherlands.
Miguel Herrera has decided to leave Javier Hernandez out of his Mexico squad so that he can sort out his future.
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera has advised Javier Hernandez to leave Man United and says Juventus would be a good option.
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa intends to make a decision on his future in the next two weeks.
Mexico defender Hector Moreno is facing up to six months on the sidelines and will undergo surgery on a broken tibia.
FIFA has confirmed Arjen Robben will not face retrospective punishment after he reportedly admitted to diving.
Martin Tyler praises Howard Webb’s handling of Brazil-Chile and Louis van Gaal’s tactical acumen.
Andy Hinchcliffe wants FIFA to crack down following Arjen Robben’s admission he dived in Holland’s win over Mexico.
The introduction of World Cup water breaks was a resounding success, according to FIFA’s medical chief Michel D'Hooghe.