Guillermo Ochoa came into the 2014 World Cup a free agent. Following the tournament he will most likely find a new club.
A dark cloud hung over the Mexican national team’s collective head like the colorful regalia its fans are known to wear. Not since 1990 had they faced the prospect of missing the World Cup. Yet, here they were, about to face off with New Zealand in a two-leg, home-and-home series that would decide their next four years.