Arsenal prospect Flores leaning towards MexicoArsenal youth Marcelo Flores says Mexico is "one of the best countries to play football for" although he is also eligible for Canada and England.

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Mexico boss: Liga MX foreigner rule hinders youthMexico head coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino has stressed that foreigner rules in Liga MX must be changed to help the country"s promising youth players.


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Brazil beat Mexico to win U-17 World CupA second-half injury time goal from Lazaro gave Brazil a 2-1 comeback victory over Mexico in the Under-17 World Cup final on Sunday in Brasilia.


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Mexico reaches U17 World Cup final via shootoutEfrain Alvarez scored the equalizer for Mexico and they went on to beat Netherlands on penalties to reach the U17 World Cup final.


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FC Dallas youngster chooses U.S. over MexicoFC Dallas youth team player Nicolas Carrera has decided to represent the United States over Mexico, having been involved in camps.


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Mexico edges U.S. late for 4th straight U17 crownIsrael Luna scored in the 108th minute, and Mexico beat the U.S. 2-1 in extra time to win its fourth straight CONCACAF Under-17 Championship.


Mexico"s Alvarez: "I could still play for the U.S."LA Galaxy prospect Efrain Alvarez says he could still decide to play for the United States despite his switch to Mexico"s youth system.


Iran hold on for fighting win against MexicoIran set up a quarterfinal clash with Spain with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Mexico in the round of 16 of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Goa on Tuesday.


U-17 WC pre-quarters: Who, where and whatWith the group stages over, here"s how the round of 16 matchups -- including France vs. Spain -- look like.


Mexico reach knockouts despite goalless drawMexico played out a goalless draw against Chile in a high-intensity game that was enough for Mexico to reach the knockout stages of the U17 World Cup.


A tale of two wingersOne is 6ft of muscle, full of pace and creativity. The other is 5ft5in, but just as skillful. Meet England"s Jadon Sancho, and Mexico"s Diego Lainez.


England hold off Mexico to seal knockout berthEngland managed to stave off a late comeback from two-time champions Mexico to book a spot in the pre-quarterfinals of the U-17 World Cup.


Up against England, Mexico say no problemAhead of their do-or-die match, Mexico coach Mario Artegea said England were a tough team but his side would plan to complicate things for them.


Iraq hold Mexico to a draw in Group FSouth American champions Mexico were held to a 1-1 draw by Iraq in their opening group match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Kolkata on Sunday.

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Potential WC stars: Jadon Sancho, Diego Lainez, and morejuniorg8.com presents 10 players from England and Mexico to keep an eye out for during the Under-17 World Cup.


GROUP AGPWDLGDPGROUP BGPWDLGDPGROUP CGPWDLGDPGROUP DGPWDLGDPGROUP EGPWDLGDPGROUP FGPWDLGDP
Brazil U173300+89
Angola U17320106
New Zealand U173102-33
Canada U173003-50
Nigeria U173201+26
Ecuador U173201+16
Australia U17311104
Hungary U173012-31
France U173300+69
South Korea U17320106
Chile U173102-13
Haiti U173003-50
Japan U173210+47
Senegal U173201+46
Netherlands U173102-13
United States U173012-71
Spain U173210+67
Argentina U173210+47
Tajikistan U173102-53
Cameroon U173003-50
Paraguay U173210+87
Italy U173201+56
Mexico U173111+74
Solomon Islands U173003-200