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Topic - Federación Mexicana De Fútbol Asociación
Mexico will host Israel on May 26 in Azteca Stadium as part of its preparations for the World Cup.
Mexico will face Israel on May 26 in Azteca Stadium, its last World Cup warm-up on home soil.
Nearly all of Mexico's first-division football clubs and the Mexico Football Federation have agreed to ban access to one of the country's most important sports newspapers.
Five Mexican soccer players who tested positive for clenbuterol before the Gold Cup will not face sanctions after FIFA determined the tests were caused by contaminated meat.
The Mexico Football Federation is ready to defend its decision to clear five players who tested positive for the anabolic agent clenbuterol in training camp for the Gold Cup.
A dispute between top players and the Mexico Football Federation has escalated, with the governing body saying it will not bow to demands by 13 players who are threatening to boycott upcoming games.
As soon as Christian Gimenez arrived with Veracruz in the Mexican First Division in 2004, teammates informed him of the heated rivalry between the Mexican and U.S. national teams.