Judging by Javier Aguirre’s recent line-ups, Mexico will have one of the youngest squads on show at the upcoming 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Having given several of the country’s promising new talents the chance to show what they can do in the last few months, the Tricolor coach could well be sending out a team containing seven players under the age of 25 for their tournament opener against the host nation.
Yet as the saying goes, if they are good enough, they are old enough. And there is little question the likes of Guillermo Ochoa, Andres Guardado, Giovani dos Santos or Carlos Vela make the grade. So much has been written and said about them during their careers already that it is hard to believe that not one of them has yet to turn 25.
Yet such is Mexico’s current embarrassment of riches that Aguirre can also call upon several lesser-known but equally talented youngsters, among them Hector Moreno, Efrain Juarez, Pablo Barrera and Javier Hernandez. It will not be a surprise to see that quartet make names for themselves in South Africa.
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