Federation Internationale de Football Association bans Mexico soccer coach for six games for insulting language

Federation Internationale de Football Association bans Mexico soccer coach for six games for insulting language

Federation Internationale de Football Association bans Mexico soccer coach for six games for insulting language

Should Mexico play fewer than six games at the Gold Cup, Osario's suspension will carry over into their next worldwide matches.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has been effectively banned from the Gold Cup by Federation Internationale de Football Association for insulting match officials.

Federation Internationale de Football Association on Friday suspended Juan Carlos Osorio for six games following an ugly incident in the third-place game of the Confederations Cup last weekend in Russia, where the 54-year-old Colombian coach spewed expletives at an official and bumped him while protesting a non-call late in extra time.

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This is a problem that Osorio must fix before the World Cup, because as we saw against Germany during the Confederations Cup, defending directly after losing possession is Mexico's Achilles' heel.

Mexico and El Salvador are in Group C alongside Curacao and Jamaica. The level of talent on El Salvador is miles away from what Mexico has to offer but the game could still be an interesting one in San Diego this Sunday.

With Mexico's regular stars afforded a break following the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation, domestic-based players - aside from Erick Torres who plays in the United States - have been given a chance to shine in the country's bid for back-to-back Gold Cups.

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The Salvadoran squad would respond immediately by stealing the ball at their own half, right before midfield. Bonilla made a great darting run inside the penalty area and slotted the ball across Jose Corona.

The second half saw Mexico running rampant for the most part, with rapid counters and excellent passing putting the El Salvadoreans on the back foot on multiple occasions.

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Mexico had an opportunity to double their lead when Gallardo attempted to slot the ball underneath Villalobos but the keeper got down well to deny the Pumas UNAM forward. Mexico should easily win this game and should do it comfortably to avoid criticism from the fan base and the media.

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