Mexico: Diego Coca announces squad for Nations League and Gold Cup

ESPNMay 31, 2023, 20:50 ETReading: 3 min.

Diego Coca will have most of the active figures in the Old Continent and Liga MX for the Final Four and the Gold Cup.

The trainer Mexican teamDiego Cocaannounced his invitation Nations League Final Four and Gold Cup 2023. The Helmsman of Argentina has most of the Aztec figures active on the Old Continent. MX League.

Two weeks before the match against America For the Final Four, Koca presented his final list for the Tri-Sports this summer. At the call of a former technician of Atlas Names Guillermo Ochoa, Cesar Montes, Edson Alvarez, Santiago Gimenez, Henry Martin, Orbelin Pineda and Diego Lines.

Diego Coca practically in MexicoGood pictures

The Mexican team facing the force of America In the semifinals of the Final Four. Fans of the ‘Tricolor’ hope that the match will be held at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas Mexico Win the match after losing in the 2021 edition America.

June 25, Mexico Introduced in Gold Cup in front Honduras national team. In the group stage, El ‘Tri’ will face Haiti and Qatar, a selection called by Concacaf. After losing the previous edition against the “Stars and Stripes”, the Aztecs needed to win the main national team tournament in the region.

Before facing Nations League Final Four, Mexico They will have two preparation fights. The first engagement will be earlier Guatemala On June 7 Mazatlan and will be measured on Saturday the 10th Cameron at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego, California.


Luis Angel Malacon-USA (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

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Guillermo Ochoa-Salernitana (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Carlos Acevedo- Santos (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Jose Antonio Rodriguez- Solos (Friendship)


Jorge Sanchez-Ajax (Friendly v Cameroon, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Néstor Araujo- America (Friends)

Israel Rays v USA (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Julian Araujo-Barcelona (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Gilberto Sepulveda-Chivas (Friends)

Gerardo Arteaga-Genk (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Víctor Guzman-Xolos (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Luis Romo-Monterey (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Kevin Alvarez-Pachuca (Friends)

César Montes-Espanyol (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Omar Campos-Santos (Friendship)

Johan Vázquez-Cremonese (Nations League, Gold Cup)


Orbelin Pineda-AEK (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Edson Alvarez-Ajax (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Carlos Rodriguez-Cruz Azul (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Roberto Alvarado-Chivas (Friendship)

Jesús Gallardo-Monterrey (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Luis Chavez-Pachuca (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Alan Cervantes-Santos (friend)

Sebastian Cordova-Tigres (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Diego Lines-Tigres (Friends)


Henry Martin-USA (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Ozil Herrera-Atlas (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Uriel Antuna-Cruz Azul (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Santiago Giménez-Feyenoord (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Alexis Vega-Chivas (Nations League, Gold Cup)

Roberto de la Rosa-Pachuca (Friends)

Eric Sanchez-Pachuca (Friendly, Nations League, Gold Cup)

Raul Jimenez-Wolverhampton (Friendly)

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