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Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio suspended six matches, will miss Gold Cup

08 Julio 2017

The pressure will be on Osorio following Mexico's slightly disappointing Confederations Cup campaign, and it's unlikely to be easy given the largely inexperienced squad available to him.

Juan Carlos Osorio, the head coach for defending champion Mexico, has been effectively banned from this month's Gold Cup by FIFA for insulting match officials.

Osorio gave the A team a break after the Confederations Cup and named a B team for the Gold Cup, its status as JVs further cemented last weekend when forward Alan Pulido, the biggest name on the roster, broke his arm in a tune-up against Paraguay in Seattle.

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FIFA said Osorio also displayed an aggressive attitude towards officials in the Confederations Cup third place play-off, which Mexico lost 2:1 on July 2. Therefore, in line with art. 38 par.

Mexican defender Carlos Salcedo went to the ground in a close quarters battle with Kiwi captain Chris Wood but New Zealand chose to play on and moments later Wood found himself unmarked in possession with only the goalkeeper to beat. If he does, expect to see a player who has been eagerly waiting for his opportunity and wants to show that Monterrey's dependence on him despite his young age is no accident.

¶ A groin injury has forced Kenny Saief, who only recently completed a change of association to the U.S., out of the Gold Cup. He won the award in 2015 even though he had a nightmare of a game against Jamaica. The United States is scheduled to begin their tournament run on Saturday, taking on Panama in Group B action. Approved bags must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and cannot be larger than 12 x 6 x 12 inches; one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar); and small clutch bags, about the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap, may be carried into the stadium along with one of the clear bag options. He was replaced by Erick "Cubo" Torres of MLS' Houston Dynamo.