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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

United States-Mexico game pushed back one day to Saturday, Oct. 10

The U.S. and Mexico will play in October for the right to take part in the Confederations Cup.

The Confederations Cup playoff game between the U.S. and Mexico has been pushed back one day to Oct. 10.

The game, originally set for Friday, Oct. 9, will now take place on Saturday to accommodate a "Futbol Fiesta" fan zone outside the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

The U.S. and Mexico will play the game to decide which team represents CONCACAF at the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia.

The game became necessary after each team won one of the past two Gold Cups -- the U.S. in 2013 and Mexico...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

CONCACAF has not agreed to back Michel Platini, says CFU chief

CONCACAF has not agreed to back FIFA presidential hopeful Michel Platini, the head of the influential Caribbean Football Union (CFU) said on Thursday, saying such a claim is "just politics."

The governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean has 35 votes in the Feb. 26, 2015, election to replace outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

Platini is the early front-runner, but CFU president Gordon Derrick said CONCACAF has not formally agreed to support him.

"I know that no one has...

President of CONCACAF to review refereeing department

The ESPN FC panel discuss the controversial calls made during the Gold Cup match between Mexico and Panama.

MIAMI -- The president of CONCACAF said Thursday he will conduct a review of the organization's refereeing department.

The ongoing review is evaluating refereeing standards and assessing the process for determining assignments for each match, the regional soccer body said.

"The foundation of our game is fair play, and we must take the required steps to reinforce the importance of this principle,'' said Alfredo Hawit, who became president of North and Central America and the Caribbean's governing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mexico play hurt by sponsor interests, says ex-coach Victor Vucetich

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno discuss the recent dismissal of Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, and what that means for the national team.
ESPN's Fernando Palomo joins the ESPN FC crew to react to Miguel Herrera's firing as the Mexico head coach.
The Mexico Football Federation voted to sack coach Miguel Herrera following an alleged incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport.

El Tri's commercial sponsorship interests affected their performance under Miguel Herrera's direction, said ex Mexico national team coach Victor Manuel Vucetich.

Vucetich, who coached the team in 2013 for two games before being replaced by Herrera as Mexico's fourth coach in the span of three months during the summer of 2013, is reportedly under consideration to coach the team again since Herrera's sacking on Tuesday.

Vucetich said he would have to carefully consider an offer if one came.

"I don't...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Miguel Herrera admits scuffle with reporter in his apology

The Mexico Football Federation voted to sack coach Miguel Herrera following an alleged incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says the United States' Gold Cup performance left questions ahead of the Confederations Cup playoff against Mexico.
The ESPN FC crew react to reports that Mexico boss Miguel Herrera punched a journalist following their Gold Cup win, and Craig Burley is not finding too many positives in their record seventh Gold Cup title.

Ousted Mexico national team coach Miguel Herrera said he will "return as exactly the same person" in an apology letter and first public acknowledgement of an incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport with a TV Azteca reporter.

"I want to publicly apologize to the fans, the coaching staff, players, Mexico Football Federation and the media for my behavior in the regretful incident that I had with a commentator," Herrera said in the statement. "I understand that this is not an attitude...