PASADENA, Calif. -- Respectful of the opposition and confident that the team can go out and get the job done. That's the message from the Mexico camp ahead of Saturday's CONCACAF Cup against the United States.
While the tone from El Tri's camp is usually one which states the team simply has to defeat its arch-rival, on Friday interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti sought to take that heat out of a rivalry that has been tempestuous in the past.
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"There is no obligation to win," stated Ferretti in his...