Diego Cocca names 34-player roster for CONCACAF Nations League matches

New Mexican nationwide staff head coach Diego Cocca named the 34-player roster for the 2 CONCACAF Nations League matches this month, leaving out veterans Hector Herrera and captain Andres Guardado for youthful figures.

Mexico will shut out the Nations League group stage by touring to Flora Stadium to face Suriname on March 23, earlier than internet hosting Jamaica on March 26 on the Azteca Stadium. El Tri at present sits in second place of Group B, with 4 factors in two video games after defeating Suriname 3-0 and tying 1-1 towards Jamaica in 2022.

The first roster of 2023 consists of a mixture of skilled and new gamers, giving means for a brand new period underneath head coach Diego Cocca. 

He opted to depart out six gamers that made the 2022 World Cup squad, resting Alfredo Talavera, Rodolfo Cota, Alexis Vega, Rogelio Funes Mori, Guardado and Herrera. Vega stands as the one participant omitted as a result of harm. But a robust core of 20 World Cup gamers stay, with Guillermo Ochoa, Edson Alvarez, Raul Jimenez and Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano main. 

To praise the veterans, Cocca referred to as up Carlos Acevedo, Julian Araujo, Marcel Ruiz, Poncho Gonzalez and Gilberto Sepulveda. The head coach insisted the experimental 34-player roster served as simply step one of many earlier than the 2026 World Cup. 

“I’ve spoken with many gamers, together with Chicharito. All Mexican gamers are choices,” stated Cocca. “I do not know what’s going to occur tomorrow, at present we selected 34 and the dedication of this staff is to see all of these that may symbolize Mexico.”

Here’s the complete roster… 





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