Ep. 141: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Tomala, Alemania!!

Special post game edition of the podcast as the Gents discuss the Mexico 1-0 victory over Germany in their first game of Russia 2018. Some crow was eaten, and some predictions validated. Confidence and respect has been gained by Juan Carlos Osorio!!

Ep. 139: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Boos, parties, doghouse, oh and WC prep!

Lot’s of drama and extracancha discussion took place as we discussed the latest #ElTriEng news of parties, girls and the press over exaggerating the situation. We discuss the distraction it may have caused and that it is nobody’s business what the players do during free time.

We also discussed the boos and the friendly vs Scotland. The potential key players and build up to the Germany game. We also made some time for Chivas Crisis talk. We also got some complaints in our chat from some Americanistas, so we talked a bit on Aguilas!

Ep. 137: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Guest, Juan Arango, Colombia, Group H and more!

We had a fun time talking with special guest, Juan Arango, discussing all things Colombia, even expanding to other South American topics. We also discussed Colombian coach Juan Carlos Osorio and his work done with Mexico.

We also previewed Group H and the World Cup in it’s entirety.

 

Ep. 135: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Ticotalk with Jon Arnold, Sad Regios, Chivas Crisis Center on alert!

We had a great talk with Jon Arnold on this episode! We discussed Costa Rica and their chances in Group E. We also discussed a bit of Mexico and US soccer.

The panel then discussed the latest Chivas crisis and news, as well as Regio sadness as their teams get eliminated from the Liguilla.

Enjoy the listen!

Ep. 115: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – World Cup Draw Live!

A live podcast during the WC Draw in Russia, where Mexico drew a tough group with Germany, Sweden and Korea! We discuss and make our rough draft predictions on the entire bracket as well as upset and dark horse of the tournament!

 

Ep. 110: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Belgium v Mexico preview, etcetera!

Another great discussion yesterday, about the Mexican national team and it’s up coming game in Belgium. We talked Mexican players going to MLS, including whether Chicharito will go to LA or Chivas. We discussed if an athlete should drink or do things that could impede their abilities as a player. Then went into some WC history and reminiscing.

Ep. 106: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – USMNT is out of Men’s World Cup! Shock? Smiles?

What a crazy night to podcast! We started streaming live as the CONMEBOL qualifying was finalizing and at halftime of the CONCACAF qualifying and what a night it was. Our panel was shocked and surprised to see goal after goal drop as Honduras came back to beat Mexico and Panama did the same vs Costa Rica. As a result the US are eliminated as they failed to beat T&T.

We had a surprise visit from Martin del Palacio and we talked about the future for Mexico in the World Cup. Also what this means for the US team.

Crazy night of soccer, fun discussion! Take a listen!

Ep. 102: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Qualified with ease.

We talk the El Tri qualifying for Russia 2018, as well as the possibility the US pulls a stunner and gets eliminated. We also discuss the possible scenarios for WC pods and Mexico’s group chances. We then discuss CopaMX, LigaMX and Mexican club action. We even went back in time and talked the good old naturalized player controversy, and Guille Franco. We also brought up Oswaldo Sanchez and reasons he may be Mexico’s cringiest player.

Ep. 81: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Sold out for some lentil beans!

Decio De Maria stretching his hand out only to be ignored. LOL. We had a short podcast this time. We did talk the joint US, Mexico, Canada bid for 2026 World Cup bid.

We talked if Mexico got hosed. How Canada is really happy to even go to a World Cup and more. 😀

Mexico Defeats El Salvador in Juan Carlos Osorio Debut

Mexico defeats El Salvador

Mexico City, Mexico. — Mexico defeats El Salvador at home, 3-0, in debut match as they hope to reach CONCACAF’s final World Cup qualifying stage. Mexico enjoyed a comfortable score but failed to impress the Estadio Azteca crowd who jeered the team.

Captain Andres Guardado was the first to score for Mexico converting a well-taken set piece outside the 18. Hector Herrera followed up with the 2nd goal just before the half as he attempted to connect with Javier Hernandez, who mistimed his kick, but distracted the El Salvador keeper enough for the ball to bounce into the back of the net. Carlos Vela put the game out of reach with a sublime chip goal.

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