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CONCACAF Announces Injury-Related Changes to Official Rosters for CONCACAF Cup 2015

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) today announced injury-related roster changes for Mexico for the 2015 CONCACAF Cup.
In line with CONCACAF Cup Regulations, teams are have until 24 hours before the match to replace players who sustain a documented injury after being named to the final 23-player roster. The following changes have been approved for Mexico:

Player Out: Giovani DOS SANTOS (LA Galaxy/USA)
Player In: Javier GÜEMEZ (Club America/MEX)

Player Out: Jose Juan VAZQUEZ (Club León/MEX)
Player In: Elias HERNANDEZ (Club León/MEX)

Per regulation, the replacements come from the provisional list of 35 players released last month.

In 2013, CONCACAF announced the split of the region's berth to the FIFA Confederations Cup between two editions of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, assuring that both editions of the Gold Cup in each four-year cycle have the same importance from a competitive perspective. By winning the recent 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, Mexico qualified for the CONCACAF Cup against the 2013 Gold Cup champion, the United States.

The CONCACAF Cup, presented by Scotiabank, between the United States and Mexico is sold out, with over 90,000 fans expected at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.
The winner of the match, which will be televised in the U.S. by Univision/UDN in Spanish and FS1 in English, will earn a berth in the prestigious FIFA Confederations Cup, to be played in Russia in 2017.  


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