FIFA – Mexico are the first of four CONCACAF teams to win through to the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015. El Tri have topped their group and collected passage with a match to spare after winning their first four matches to establish an unassailable lead in Group B.
AP — Relegation-threatened Chivas secured a vital 2-1 win over Pumas on Sunday, while defending champion America suffered an upset 1-0 loss to Tijuana in the second rounds of Mexico’s first division.
El Siglo de Torreon – On his return after two years of absence from the capital, the Spanish matador Enrique Ponce earned two ears in his thirteenth fight in Mexico City’s Plaza Mayor.
Notimex – The Attorney General initiated an investigations into the murder of Jesús Vargas, who was killed yesterday near his home in Ciudad Altamirano.
San Antonio Business Journal – The U.S. and Mexico men’s national soccer teams have agreed to play an international friendly match at the Alamodome in San Antonio on April 15.
Bleacher Report – Mexico are six months away from making their debut in the 2015 Gold Cup. However, Miguel Herrera needs to start figuring out his starting XI.
TSN – Canada won its second straight match at the BaoAn Cup women’s tournament in China on Tuesday, a 2-1 victory over CONCACAF rivals Mexico.
AZCentral – For the first time in Super Bowl history, the game is going international, inviting Mexicans to cross the border to celebrate and even sponsor Super Bowl XLIX festivities.
Bleacher Report – Miguel Herrera proved to be the right man for the job when Mexico were in their worst scenario since 1982. After one year, El Piojo has two tough competitions ahead; can he keep the momentum going?
Sportskeeda – Former Brazil striker Rafael Sobis arrived in Mexico to finalize details of his move to the Monterrey Tigres. Sobis, 29, was released by Rio de Janerio’s Fluminense earlier this month.
AFI – The Mexican Federation of American Football (FMFA) will seek to hold the 2015 IFAF World Championships in Mexico City.
Goal – The last column focused on the highs in Mexican soccer during 2014. Now it is time for the lows, featuring another World Cup failure for El Tri, players stalling in Europe and a less than exciting finale to the Liga MX season.
Goal – It was a big year for Mexican soccer both domestically and abroad, and Goal counts down the best five moments.