MEXICO CITY - Carlos Vela and Efrain
Juarez have been named by Mexico for the first time since being
banned for six months over a party at the team hotel.
West Bromwich Albion forward Vela and Celtic midfielder
Juarez were both included in the squad for friendlies against
Paraguay and Venezuela at the end of the month.
The pair were suspended from the national team in September
over incidents at the team hotel following a friendly against
Colombia in Monterrey.
Eleven other players were also fined over the incident,
including Rafael Marquez, Giovani dos Santos and Javier
Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, who missed Mexico's last two
friendlies following a loss of form, was included by coach Jose
de la Torre as were Marquez and Hernandez.
Mexico face Paraguay in Oakland on March 26 and Venezuela in
San Diego three days later.
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