• Monday Jul 03, 2017

    Injured Pulido returns to Mexico

    Guadalajara forward Alan Pulido (pictured) fractured his right arm during an international friendly against Paraguay on July 1, 2017. (Photo: Sabik Sanchez/Straffon Images)

    SEATTLE, Washington – The Federación Mexicana de Fútbol announced that injured national team forward Alan Pulido will travel back to Mexico on Monday for further examination.

    The 26-year-old suffered a broken right arm Saturday during the second half of Mexico’s 2-1 win over Paraguay in an international friendly at CenturyLink Field.  His club, Guadalajara, is expected to seek a second opinion and then create a recovery plan.

    Pulido, who helped Chivas capture the 2017 Liga MX Apertura title, was expected to play a key role this month in Mexico’s defense of its CONCACAF Gold Cup title.

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