Mexico eyes facilities in U.S. and more players in Europe: Will it work?

Change, or at least the hopes to enact it, has been a recent theme in the Mexican soccer world.

As the 2026 World Cup (co-hosted by Canada , Mexico and the United States ) approaches, both Liga MX and the overarching Mexican Football Federation (FMF) have tinkered their internal structures to combat stagnation over the past few years.

That’s perhaps best personified by FMF commissioner Juan Carlos Rodriguez and his decision to fire Diego Cocca as men’s national team manager following a disastrous 3-0 loss to the United States in the Concacaf Nations League semifinals. Rodriguez replaced Cocca interim manager Jaime […]

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