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2014 Liga MX Apertura: The good, the bad and the ugly

Queretaro shocked the masses by signing Brazilian star Ronaldinho midway through the season.
Queretaro shocked the masses by signing Brazilian star Ronaldinho midway through the season.

The 2014 Liga MX Apertura regular season is over, with the final playoff place being decided as Pumas overcame Monterrey on Sunday to claim the eighth and final position.

Here is a look back on the good, the bad and the ugly from what was a memorable fall season in Mexico.

The good:

Atlas makes statement of intent

It's been a long wait for Atlas fans. The Guadalajara club is without a title since 1951 and has traditionally been overshadowed by neighbors Chivas. But that isn't the case at...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes
42 minutes ago

Agbonlahor's goal can't lift the Villa gloom

Nathaniel Clyne scored a late goal for Southampton as they earned a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa.

The contrast between past and present couldn't be more stark at Aston Villa. With cruel -- some might say comedic timing -- Monday night's 1-1 draw against Southampton coincided with the club's 140th anniversary.

That is a landmark to be celebrated, and it was. A three metre recreation of the gas lamp that the founders of Villa gathered under, in November 1874, to discuss the formation of a new football club was unveiled before the game. Villa has a rich heritage, a glorious history, and a permanent...

 By John Culea
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Fantasy Follow-up: Week 12

Burnley's Danny Ings gave fantasy owners a reason to smile by scoring a brace against Stoke.
Burnley's Danny Ings gave fantasy owners a reason to smile by scoring a brace against Stoke.

Outstanding performances:

Danny Ings, Burnley (5.7)
Scored a brace against Stoke in the Clarets' second straight victory, giving him three goals for the season.

Hot:

Diego Costa, Chelsea (10.2)
Scored against WBA, his 11th goal in 10 games played.

Eden Hazard, Chelsea (9.5)
Hazard bagged a goal against the Baggies, giving him two goals in his last three matches.

Jonathan Walters, Stoke (6.3)
His goal in a losing effort to Burnley was his third in five games to go with an assist.

Yaya Toure,...

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Barcelona's focus now switches to APOEL after Lionel Messi's record

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno cannot say enough about Lionel Messi, who recently became La Liga's all-time leading goal-scorer with 253 goals.

There was little time for Barcelona players to get over the celebrations that followed their side's impressive 5-1 win over Sevilla on Saturday, when Lionel Messi's hat trick finally broke the all-time La Liga goal scoring record of Telmo Zarra.

A day off Sunday was followed by an early flight Monday morning to Nicosia, where the club will play its first ever Champions League tie on Cypriot soil against APOEL on Tuesday , then take another day of rest Wednesday -- albeit after a late-night journey...

 By Mark Lovell
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Attention shifts to Guardiola as Bayern visit England

Pep Guardiola's men seemed to be enjoying their training ahead of the Champions League clash against Man City... well apart from Ribery maybe.

Normally, a clash in Europe's elite club competition between the German and English champions would really get the juices flowing.

However, with the record German champions Bayern Munich already guaranteed top billing in the so-called group of death, a trip to face Premier League title holders Manchester City is not at all a high priority for Pep Guardiola's charges.

I am currently reading and digesting Marti Perarnau's excellent book "Pep Confidential," where the Catalan writer accompanied...

 By Kelvin Leong
4 hours ago

Thailand's Kiatisuk: We want to beat Malaysia in the next game

Thailand head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang wants another three points against Malaysia to secure their path into the knockout stages. Photo Credit: Football Association of Singapore

Having cleared the first hurdle with a 2-1 victory in their AFF Suzuki Cup Group B opener against co-hosts Singapore, Thailand head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang is looking for a second win against Malaysia when they face off at the Jalan Besar stadium on Wednesday.

The War Elephants took an early eighth minute lead against Singapore through Mongkol Thosakrai before the hosts levelled the score through Khairul Amri. The match looked destined for a draw until Safuwan Baharudin handled the ball in the...