"I understand that there are sometimes disputes for players, but it is both ways. It's not like a win-win situation always. Our policy has been to leave it up to the players and their families to
choose. In the end, it's their decision and they need to be 100 percent convinced of the opportunity to play for us. Obviously, the standard is high to be part of our program."
Dennis te Kloese
, the director of national teams for the Mexican federation and the person considered most responsible for recruiting teenage star Jonathan Gonzalez
to play for the
Mexico national team. Te Kloese pointed out the battles go both ways, Mexico having lost U-20 keeper Jesse Gonzalez
to the United States last summer. (ESPN FC