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Mexico in English
republic located in southern North America (south of the United States border)

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Mexico in Greek
μεξικό

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Mexico in Chinese (s)
墨西哥

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Mexico in Chinese (t)
墨西哥

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Mexico in Arabic
المكسيك, جمهورية تقع في جنوب شمال امريكا (جنوب حدود الولايات المتحدة)

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Mexico in Spanish
México, Méjico

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Mexico in Russian
Мексика [геогр.]

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Mexico in Dutch
Mexico (staat in Centraal Amerika)

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Mexico in Portuguese
México (país ao sul da América do Norte)

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Mexico in Turkish
Meksika

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Mexico in Italian
(Geog) Messico

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Mexico in French
Mexique, état d'Amérique du Nord, situé au sud des Etats-Unis

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Mexico in German
Mexiko, Staat im Süden von Amerika

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Mexico in Japanese
メキシコ

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Mexico in Hebrew
מקסיקו (מדינה במרכז אמריקה)

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Mexico in Korean
멕시코, 북미의 남쪽부분에 있는 공화국

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Mexico in Swedish
Mexico (land i Centralamerika)

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Mexican peso (MXN)

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mexico
n : a republic in southern north america; became independent from spain in 1810 [syn: mexico, united mexican states]




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Mexico (; ), officially the United Mexican States , is a federal republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost two million square kilometres (over 760,000 sq mi), Mexico is the fifth largest country in the Americas by total area and the 13th largest independent nation in the world. With an estimated population of over 113 million, it is the eleventh most populous and the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world and the second most populous country in Latin America. Mexico is a federation comprising thirty-one states and a Federal District, the capital city.

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State: MAINE
City: MEXICO State: NEW YORK
City: MEXICO State: MISSOURI
City: MEXICO

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QLD -23.91372 146.1692

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Noun
1. a Republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810
(synonym) United Mexican States
(hypernym) North American country, North American nation
(member-holonym) Organization of American States, OAS
(part-holonym) Mesoamerica
(member-meronym) Mexican
(part-meronym) Yucatan, Yucatan Peninsula
(class) Buena Vista


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Atlante & Mexico

Birthdate: June 11, 1973
Birthplace: Guadalajara, Mexico
Height: 1.77 mts
Weight: 72 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 37 caps, 10 goals (as of September 10, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Toluca
Transfer Fee: $4.00 Millions of Dollars
Reached his pick after France 98 WC in his team and in the national team, winning the League 3 times with Toluca and the FIFA Confederations Cup in 1999 with Mexico, scoring important goals. Played in 2000 Gold Cup, but suffered an injury versus Trinidad & Tobago and was out of action for various months. Was sold to Atlante of Mexico, after having problems with his team members of Toluca.

Pumas UNAM & Mexico

Birthdate: April 29, 1977
Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 1.85 mts
Weight: 79 kgs
Position: Central Defender
International: 11 caps, 0 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
A veteran of the mexican league, Beltran has always played for Pumas UNAM and he even studies in the UNAM. Is the new symbol of Pumas UNAM and one of the best players of Hugo Sanchez team. He won the gold medal with México U-23 side in the Pan-American games of 1999 in Canada, after defeating Honduras (3:1) in the final. He was also a member of the 'Tragedy of Hershey', when the Mexican U-23 team failed to qualify to Sydney Olympics.
Santos Laguna & Mexico

Birthdate: August 14, 1973
Birthplace: Culiacancito, Mexico
Height: 1.85 mts
Weight: 73 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 1 caps, 1 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Atlas
Transfer Fee: $4.50 Millions of Dollars
Jared is not a very well known forward, but he is always between the best goal scorers of the Mexican League. He is very good in the aerial game. He debuted in Atlas with minimum succes, but then was transferred to Santos, where his carrer has been in constant progress. Made his international debut in a friendly game versust Ecuador, he scored the third goal of Mexico. With Santos Laguna, he has won the Invierno Championship in 1996 and has the record for most goals scored in "liguilla" (playoffs) with 15.
Atlante & Mexico

Birthdate: August 22, 1975
Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 1.75 mts
Weight: 71 kgs
Position: Defender
International: 36 caps, 0 goals (as of July 26, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Toluca
Transfer Fee: $2.80 Millions of Dollars
A regular fixture in the Mexican National team since 1998. Has played for Toluca, and with the 'Diablos Rojos' he won three Mexican Verano Championships (in 1998, 1999 and 2000). He was in the Mexican National team in the World Cup of France in 1998 and also in the Mexican team that won FIFA Confedereations Cup in 1999. Was transferred to Televisa's Atlante in a surprise transfer. Nicknamed 'Chava'.
America & Mexico

Birthdate: March 21, 1976
Birthplace: Leon, Mexico
Height: 1.80 mts
Weight: 75 kgs
Position: Defender
International: 55 caps, 0 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Tecos UAG
Transfer Fee: -
Left sided defender who can play as a marker or as a part of a defensive three he moves forward well and is a good passer. In spite of having many international caps he has not scored yet a single goal because he rarely gets far enough forward to deliver great crosses. Reached his pick in France 98 world cup, but later suffered an injury that kept him away many months, returned from illness and help America of Mexico reach the semifinals of 1999 Copa Libertadores.
Necaxa & Mexico

Birthdate: October 16, 1979
Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 1.80 mts
Weight: 77 kgs
Position: Goalkeeper
International: 2 caps, 0 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Cuautitlan, America
Transfer Fee: -
Very good goalkeeper with excellent reflexes and agility. Came to prominence after defending Mexican goal in 1999 Nigeria U-20 WC and he was named 2nd best goalkeeper, just behind Carini from Uruguay. After his spectacular saves in the youth WC, he moved from Cuautitlan of Primera A (second division) to one of the most spectacular teams in Mexico: America. Christian became the first choice keeper of the Aguilas and made the Coappa team reach the semifinals of Copa Toyota Libertadores, where they lost with Boca Juniors (4:5).
Tigres & Mexico

Birthdate: May 5, 1974
Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 1.69 mts
Weight: 64 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 9 caps, 2 goals (as of September 10, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Pumas UNAM
Transfer Fee: $4.00 Millions of Dollars
One of the best players that have emerged from the Mexican League in recent years. The known as 'Gol-alde', possesses a natural instinct to be in the right place, in the right time to score. He was Top Scorer and Best Player of the Invierno 99 Championship, which made Manuel Lapuente to call him to the Mexican National Team. Though he has a secured place in his club, his chances of playing for the 'Tricolor' are minimum because Luis Hernandez and Cuauhtemoc Blanco have a secured place. Jesus is another player that arised from the legendary Puma's youth teams, the same that debuted Jorge Campos, Luis Garcia and Hugo Sanchez. Olalde is fast, capable of scoring from any place, has a powerful shot and is very sure when shooting penalty kicks. Scored his first international goal v South Africa in the 2000 US Cup.
Atlas & Mexico

Birthdate: March 16, 1979
Birthplace: El Salto, Mexico
Height: 1.72 mts
Weight: 60 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 15 caps, 5 goals (as of July 26, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
Very similar to Cuauhtemoc Blanco in his style of playing, Dani Osorno came into prominence in 1999 Nigeria U-20 WC and after helping Atlas reach the final in the Verano 99, which they lost in penalties to Toluca. Born in El Salto, Jalisco, Osorno has always played with Atlas, since the 'cadetes' (U-12). Though he is not a real goalscorer, he creates many opportunities for him and for his team members.
America & Mexico

Birthdate: July 26, 1976
Birthplace: Guadalajara, Mexico
Height: 1.75 mts
Weight: 65 kgs
Position: Defender
International: 56 caps, 2 goals (as of September 3, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Atlas, Tecos UAG
Transfer Fee: -
Often advances further than the other defenders and has a good eye for the crucial pass for his strikers. His all round game is good enough to support the front players but he is a responsible player who attends to defensive before running forward. One of the most impressive players in 1999 Confederations Cup. A free kick specialist that gain notoriety while playing with Atlas, but later moved to Tecos of the same city, where he stayed for few time and made his dream transfer to America of Mexico. Was shown the red card in France 98 WC game vs. Belgium. Nicknamed el 'Bebe' (baby) after his impressive form since very youth.
Atlas & Mexico

Birthdate: August 7, 1979
Birthplace: Guadalajara, Mexico
Height: 1.69 mts
Weight: 64 kgs
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 5 caps, 0 goals (as of July 26, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
One of the most talented mexican players in the new millenium. Formed in the Zorros of Atlas in his home town Guadalajara, Juan Pablo was named after Pope's visit to Mexico in 1979. He has a superb touch of ball in both free kicks and 'normal' game. Maybe the youngest player to be captain of Atlas in the modern history. At national team, he has played very few games.
America & Mexico

Birthdate: December 11, 1966
Birthplace: Uruapan, Mexico
Height: 1.76 mts
Weight: 71 kgs
Position: Goalkeeper
International: 32 caps, 0 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Pumas UNAM, Veracruz, Necaxa
Transfer Fee: -
A late arrival to international football and the very good form of Jorge Campos, kept out Adolfo Rios of playing the USA 1994 and France 1998 World Cups, though he really experienced triumph with National team in the Copa America of 1997, when he was named 'Goalkeeper of the Cup'. In the league, has always shown great form and was champion with Necaxa in the late 90's. Rios is not like many European GK that as they get older they are slower, his great physical shape kept him ready and fast for any type of shot. Suffered a very serious injury in early 2000 that kept him out of Copa Libertadores play-off.
Santus Laguna & Mexico

Birthdate: March 10, 1971
Birthplace: Minatitlan, Mexico
Height: 1.71 mts
Weight: 68 kgs
Position: Midfielder
International: 3 caps, 0 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Cruz Azul, Celaya
Transfer Fee: $4.50 Millions of Dollars
In spite of reaching a high peek football level in his late 20's, Luis Fernando has become one of the best players of the Mexican league, and without doubt he was the symbol of his previous team: Celaya, helping them to stay in First Division. Soto is also a good distributer and a free kick specialist. Scored an 'olympic' goal in Verano 2000 championship, while playing with Celaya.
Tigres & Mexico

Birthdate: December 17, 1968
Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 1.80 mts
Weight: 75 kgs
Position: Central Defender
International: 143 caps, 6 goals (as of September 10, 2000)
World Cups: 2 (1994, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Pumas UNAM, Guadalajara
Transfer Fee: $5.00 Millions of Dollars
The 'Emperador' (emperor) as Claudio is nicknamed is the most capped player of the Mexican Naional team ever. Has always shown security and regularity in all the teams he has played. A protege of Ricardo Ferreti after playing in Pumas, Chivas and now Tigres while 'Tuca' was in charge. Now a veteran, Suarez passes the ball well and is a tenacious tackler. Is trying to reach his third world cup in a row. He was the captain of the mexican side that won FIFA Confederations Cup in 1999 after defeating Brazil 4:3 in the Estadio Azteca. A regular fixture in the national team since 1991 when Menotti was Mexico's head coach.
Pachuca & Mexico

Birthdate: March 19, 1979
Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
Height: 1.82 mts
Weight: 72 kgs
Position: Midfielder
International: 2 caps, 0 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: $3.80 Millions of Dollars
One of the best youth players playing his trade in the Mexican league, he was member of the mexican team that defeated Argentina (4:1) in the Nigeria U-20 World Cup. The Invierno 99 championship was the confirmation for Cesareo, after being underdogs during the playoff, his team [Pachuca] defeated 3 big teams: Atlas, Toluca and Cruz Azul in the finals to give the Hidalgo based club the first championship in their history, Victorino's father died months before the final game and he dedicated the triumph to his father. In June 2000 he was transferred to Rayados of Monterrey.
Atlas & Mexico

Birthdate: May 25, 1976
Birthplace: Tepic, Mexico
Height: 1.74 mts
Weight: 70 kgs
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 27 caps, 8 goals (as of September 10, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Irapuato
Transfer Fee: -
Very fast and extremely accurate attacking midfielder. He is used to go into attack and score vital goals that helps his team to take important points. Has become a regular fixture in the Mexican National team since 1999 Copa America, and later winning the FIFA Confederations Cup, Zepeda scored the first goal of the final match to Brazil. Apparently he was moving to an European team, but Atlas of Guadalajara did not accept the proposal and everything went down.


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Meicsiceo

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Country Code -52

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MX (Internet),
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MX (FIPS 10-4)

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Flag of Mexico
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Background
The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst recession in over half a century. The nation continues to make an impressive recovery. Ongoing economic and social concerns include low real wages, underemployment for a large segment of the population, inequitable income distribution, and few advancement opportunities for the largely Amerindian population in the impoverished southern states. Elections held in July 2000 marked the first time since the 1910 Mexican Revolution that the opposition defeated the party in government, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). Vicente FOX of the National Action Party (PAN) was sworn in on 1 December 2000 as the first chief executive elected in free and fair elections.

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  • Country name:
    conventional long form: United Mexican States
    conventional short form: Mexico
    local long form: Estados Unidos Mexicanos
    local short form: Mexico
    Government type:
    federal republic
    Capital:
    Mexico (Distrito Federal)
    Administrative divisions:
    31 states (estados, singular - estado) and 1 federal district* (distrito federal); Aguascalientes, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahuila de Zaragoza, Colima, Distrito Federal*, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Mexico, Michoacan de Ocampo, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro de Arteaga, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz-Llave, Yucatan, Zacatecas
    Independence:
    16 September 1810 (from Spain)
    National holiday:
    Independence Day, 16 September (1810)
    Constitution:
    5 February 1917
    Legal system:
    mixture of US constitutional theory and civil law system; judicial review of legislative acts; accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with reservations
    Suffrage:
    18 years of age; universal and compulsory (but not enforced)
    Executive branch:
    chief of state: President Vicente FOX Quesada (since 1 December 2000); note - the president is both the chief of state and head of government
    head of government: President Vicente FOX Quesada (since 1 December 2000); note - the president is both the chief of state and head of government
    cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the president; note - appointment of attorney general requires consent of the Senate
    elections: president elected by popular vote for a six-year term; election last held 2 July 2000 (next to be held 2 July 2006)
    election results: Vicente FOX Quesada elected president; percent of vote - Vicente FOX Quesada (PAN) 42.52%, Francisco LABASTIDA Ochoa (PRI) 36.1%, Cuauhtemoc CARDENAS Solorzano (PRD) 16.64%, other 4.74%
    Legislative branch:
    bicameral National Congress or Congreso de la Union consists of the Senate or Camara de Senadores (128 seats; 96 are elected by popular vote to serve six-year terms, and 32 are allocated on the basis of each party's popular vote) and the Federal Chamber of Deputies or Camara Federal de Diputados (500 seats; 300 members are directly elected by popular vote to serve three-year terms; remaining 200 members are allocated on the basis of each party's popular vote, also for three-year terms)
    elections: Senate - last held 2 July 2000 for all of the seats (next to be held 2 July 2006); Chamber of Deputies - last held 6 July 2003 (next to be held 2 July 2006)
    election results: Senate - percent of vote by party - NA%; seats by party - PRI 60, PAN 46, PRD 16, PVEM 5, unassigned 1; Chamber of Deputies - percent of vote by party - NA%; seats by party - PRI 222, PAN 151, PRD 95, PVEM 17, PT 6, CD 5, unassigned 4; note - special elections were held in December 2003; the PRI and the PRD each won one seat and were each assigned one additional proportional representation seat
    Judicial branch:
    Supreme Court of Justice or Suprema Corte de Justicia Nacional (justices or ministros are appointed by the president with consent of the Senate)
    Political parties and leaders:
    Convergence for Democracy or CD [Dante DELGADO Ranauro]; Institutional Revolutionary Party or PRI [Roberto MADRAZO Pintado]; Mexican Green Ecological Party or PVEM [Jorge Emilio GONZALEZ Martinez]; National Action Party or PAN [Luis Felipe BRAVO Mena]; Party of the Democratic Revolution or PRD [Leonel GODOY]; Workers Party or PT [Alberto ANAYA Gutierrez]
    Political pressure groups and leaders:
    Confederation of Employers of the Mexican Republic or COPARMEX; Confederation of Industrial Chambers or CONCAMIN; Confederation of Mexican Workers or CTM; Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce or CONCANACO; Coordinator for Foreign Trade Business Organizations or COECE; Federation of Unions Providing Goods and Services or FESEBES; National Chamber of Transformation Industries or CANACINTRA; National Peasant Confederation or CNC; National Union of Workers or UNT; Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers or CROM; Revolutionary Confederation of Workers and Peasants or CROC; Roman Catholic Church
    International organization participation:
    APEC, BCIE, BIS, CDB, CE (observer), EBRD, FAO, G-3, G-6, G-15, G-19, G-24, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICCt (signatory), ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ISO, ITU, LAES, LAIA, NAM (observer), NEA, OAS, OECD, OPANAL, OPCW, PCA, RG, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNITAR, UNMOVIC, UPU, WCL, WCO, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTO
    Diplomatic representation in the US:
    chief of mission: Ambassador-designate Carlos Alberto de ICAZA Gonzalez
    chancery: 1911 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006
    telephone: [1] (202) 728-1600
    FAX: [1] (202) 728-1698
    consulate(s) general: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, El Paso, Houston, Laredo (Texas), Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Nogales (Arizona), Phoenix, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Juan (Puerto Rico)
    consulate(s): Albuquerque, Brownsville (Texas), Calexico (California), Corpus Christi (Texas), Del Rio (Texas), Detroit, Douglas (Arizona), Eagle Pass (Texas), Fresno (California), Indianapolis (Indiana), Kansas City (Missouri), Las Vegas, McAllen (Texas), Midland (Texas), Omaha, Orlando, Oxnard (California), Philadelphia, Portland (Oregon), Presidio (Texas), Raleigh, Salt Lake City, San Bernardino, Santa Ana (California), Seattle, Tucson, Yuma (Arizona)
    Diplomatic representation from the US:
    chief of mission: Ambassador Antonio O. GARZA
    embassy: Paseo de la Reforma 305, Colonia Cuauhtemoc, 06500 Mexico, Distrito Federal
    mailing address: P. O. Box 9000, Brownsville, TX 78520-0900
    telephone: [52] (55) 5080-2000
    FAX: [52] (55) 5525-5040
    consulate(s) general: Ciudad Juarez, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana
    consulate(s): Hermosillo, Matamoros, Merida, Nogales, Nuevo, Laredo
    Flag description:
    three equal vertical bands of green (hoist side), white, and red; the coat of arms (an eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak) is centered in the white band

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    Monterrey & Mexico

    Birthdate: May 8, 1973
    Birthplace: Monterrey (Nuevo Leon), Mexico
    Height: 172 cms
    Weight: 66 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 15 caps, 1 goals (as of January 14, 2000)
    World Cup Debut: June 13, 1998 vs. Republic of Korea (W 3-1)

    Arellano has a very good dribbling, is fast and can create danger very easy. He was the secret weapon of Lapuente in France 1998 World Cup. Was left out of Mexico's squad for 1999 Copa America because of his indiscipline. Nicknamed "Charrito" or "Cabrito". In January 1998, he was sold from Monterrey to Guadalajara because Monterrey had economic problems, 2 years later later in 2000, Guadalajara sold him to Monterrey, because Guadalajara have economical problems.

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    Birthdate: January 17, 1973
    Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
    Height: 177 cms
    Weight: 70 kgs
    Position: Forward (Left)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 58 caps, 21 goals (as of July 31, 1999)
    International Debut: January 17, 1995 vs. Uruguay (W 1-0)

    Cuauhtemoc is rapid, technician, has a good dribbling and is very precise in the passes. Blanco possess a notable physical strength, that united to his qualities, converts him in a very difficult footballer of stopping in race. Creator of the "Cuauhteminha", in which he press the ball with his feet and make a jump to dribble two opponents at a time. Along with Luis Hernandez creates one of the most feared offensive in the World. Linked with a move to an European team since 1998 World Cup, but nothing has been confirmed.

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    Birthdate: October 15, 1966
    Birthplace: Acapulco (Guerrero), Mexico
    Height: 175 cms
    Weight: 70 kgs
    Position: Goalkeeper and Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 121 caps, 2 goals (as of August 5, 1999)
    International Debut: November 20, 1991 vs Uruguay (D 1-1)

    Probably Mexico's best-known player, having helped them to the second round during the 1994 World Cup in the United States. He is short but has great athleticism and likes to play out of his penalty area. Position under threat after being left out of some recent. Usually wears revoltingly bright colours. In 1993, he was voted third best goalkeeper of the world.

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    Birthdate: December 22, 1968
    Birthplace: Poza Rica (Veracruz), México
    Height: 174 cms
    Weight: 67 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 67 caps, 34 goals (as
    of May 11, 2000)
    Debut in National team: February 1, 1995, vs Uruguay (W
    1:0)

    Has an incredible physical ability to take off defenders, and his contundency makes him one of Mexico's best players. Has found his perfect companion on Blanco. Became famous in 1997 Bolivia's Copa America, where "Matador" scored the goal number 2000 in the history of the cup, scored 6 goals in 6 games to be the top-scorer (above worlds' best player Ronaldo), put Mexico in third place and was voted the Most Valuable Player of the tournament. Signed on July 1, 1998 with Tigres. Scored 4 goals in 4 World Cup games, including a last minute vs. Holland. During France 98, he was compared to Conan the Barbarian because of his combativity and force. In two years, he became the symbol of Tigres and he's also the captain of the team.

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    Birthdate: February 13, 1979
    Birthplace: Zamora (Michoacan), Mexico
    Height: 182 cms
    Weight: 70 kgs
    Position: Defender (Central)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 20 caps, 2 goals (as of May 26, 2000)
    Mexican First Division Debut: October 19, 1996 vs. Pumas UNAM (D 2:2)

    Rafa has very good ubication and orientation in the deffensive zone, excellent in marking, as good as by zone as personal, his free kicks are with tremendous force and location. In aerial game, is very difficult to pass. Simply the best mexican youth player at the end of the millenium, has been member of the Mexican National Team at all the levels. Participated in 1999 U-20 FIFA World Cup and was included in the competition Dream Team. In 1999, few months after Nigeria's World Cup, he made his international debut, and has settled in Lapuente's starting line-up. Marquez was also included in 1999 Copa America Dream Tem. Transferred to AS Monaco for $6.50 Millions of Dollars. In his first season, he settled as a first team player and became so good in France that he was voted into the Dream team of the season and also chosen best defender.

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    Birthdate: December 5, 1969
    Birthplace: Tepic (Nayarit), Mexico
    Height: 172 cms
    Weight: 69 kgs
    Position: Midfielder (Left)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 115 caps, 15 goals (April 1, 2000)
    Debut in National Team: December 4, 1991 vs. Hungary (W 3-0)

    A veteran of USA 1994 World Cup, previously used as a defender, Ramon Ramirez has found his perfect place in the midfield. He has great speed, vision, and can put very good passes. Valued in 10 millions of dollars by his team Guadalajara, but he as sold to America's Televisa to pay some of the debts of Promotora Guadalajara with the TV Giant. Had an injury during Verano 1999 that prohibited him to had a good season. Joined Tigres of Monterrey, where he will join his national team partner Luis Hernandez, and United States 1994 World Cup Mexican Coach Miguel Mejia Baron.
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    Mexico
    Nickname Los Tricolores, El Tri
    Association Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación
    Coach  Ricardo Lavolpe
    Most caps Claudio Suárez (177)*
    Top scorer Jared Borgetti (37)*
    Home colours

    Away colours


    First international
     Guatemala 2 - 3 Mexico
    (Guatemala City, Guatemala; 1 January 1923)
    Largest win
    Mexico 13 - 0 Bahamas
    (Toluca, Mexico; April 28, 1987)
    Worst defeat
     England 8 - 0 Mexico
    (London, England; May 10, 1961)
    World Cup
    Appearances 13 (First in 1930)
    Best result Quarterfinals, 1970 and 1986
    CONCACAF Gold Cup
    Appearances 8 (First in 1991)
    Best result Winners, 1993, 1996,
     1998, 2003 

    (*) Active


    The Mexico National Football Team — the Tricolores, or El Tri for short — is the national football team of Mexico, coached by the Argentine national Ricardo La Volpe and is controlled by the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación (FEMEXFUT) and is currently in 4th place in FIFA's Ranking.

    For most of the 20th century, but especially in the 1990s, they dominated the other CONCACAF sides, earning them the nickname Giants of CONCACAF.

    Contents

    • 1 History
    • 2 Recent Play 
      • 2.1 2006 World Cup
    • 3 World Cup Squad
    • 4 International Competiton Records 
      • 4.1 World Cup record
      • 4.2 Gold Cup record
      • 4.3 Copa América record
      • 4.4 Confederations Cup record
    • 5 Famous players
    • 6 Famous Coaches
    • 7 External links




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    525

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    Mexico in Greek
    Μεξικό

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    Ουσ. Μεχικό, //
    η πόλη του Μεξικού

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    Mexico in Esperanto
    Meksikio

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    Mexico in Afrikaans
    Mexiko

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    Mexico in Chinese (s)
    [E] Mexico (n) [P] México (m) [C] 墨西哥

    Dictionary source: English-Chinese (S) Dictionary
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    Mexico in Chinese (t)
    [通話] 字母 "M" 的地名報讀.

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    Mexico in Interlingua
    Mexico

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    Mexico in Arabic
    المكسيك

    Dictionary source: English Arabic Dictionary
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    اسْم : دولة الْمِكْسِيك
    خليج الْمِكْسِيك

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    المكسيك
    Short name: MX, MEXCountry code: +52

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    المكسيك

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    آخرى

    مَكْسِيكِيّ


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    Mexico in Visayan
    Mehiko

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    Mexico in Spanish
    México

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    (n.) = Méjico.
    Ex: Mexico is undergoing an intense epidemiological transition characterised by a decline in the incidence of infectious diseases and a rapid increase in the importance of chronic illnesses and accidents.
    ----
    * Gulf of Mexico, the = Golfo de Méjico, el.
    * New Mexico = Nuevo Méjico.


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    Méjico, México

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    Mexico in Russian
    (n) Мексика (n) мексика

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    мексика

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    I n. Мексика II n. г. Мехико

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    Mexico in Papiamento
    Mèksiko

    Dictionary source: English Papiamento Dictionary
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    Mexico in Dutch
    Mexico

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    Mexico in Portuguese
    México
    Livros de IK

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    México

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    Mexico in Turkish
    meksika

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    i. Meksika.

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    i. Meksika.

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    meksika

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    Mexico in Thai
    nc. เม้คซิโก (พบบ่อย)
    1. ประเทศเม็กซิโก

    Dictionary source: English - Thai Dictionary (Loy)
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    (เมค'ซะโค) n. เม็กซิโก

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    ประเทศเมค-ซิโค

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    Mexico in Catalan
    s Mèxic

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    Mexico in Polish
    Meksyk m

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    Meksyk

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    Meksyk

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    Mexico in French
    Mexico ['meksNkBL] n Mexique m;
    Mexico City, Mexico f.

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    Mexique

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    MexiqueShort name: MX, MEXCountry code: +52

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    Mexico in Bulgarian
    n Мексик

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    Mexico in Croatian
    Meksiko

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    Meksiko

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    Meksiko

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    Mexico in Persian
    نسخه هاي جديد برنامه هاي Macromediaحوزه اينترنتي کشور مکزيک

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    Mexico in Finnish
    Meksiko

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    Mexico in Hungarian
    Mexikó

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    mexikó

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    Mexico in Albanian
    Meksika

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