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Club America in ominous form

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Same issues plaguing Club America after opening defeat

Darwin Quintero's goal provided one of the few bright spots for Club America in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Puebla.
Darwin Quintero's goal provided one of the few bright spots for Club America in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Puebla.

A bright start for Club America quickly faded away into a debacle at the start of their 2015 Liga MX Apertura as they lost, 4-2, to a lively Puebla club that used smart passing to overcome their more celebrated rivals.

Despite the club missing a host of players due to international duty and injuries, Andres "Rifle" Andrade got things going Club America's way in the fourth minute, taking down a pass well in the box and cutting the ball back to shake his defender before shooting past Puebla goalkeeper...

Pressure on low-key Ignacio Ambriz to deliver title for Club America

Club America begin the 2015 Apertura under the guidance of Ignacio Ambriz, the club's third coach in as many seasons.
Club America begin the 2015 Apertura under the guidance of Ignacio Ambriz, the club's third coach in as many seasons.

Club America come into the 2015 Apertura in a position that is a bit unusual for them -- they're not the talk of the league in many ways. In Liga MX, the current star is Tigres, whose thrilling run to the Copa Libertadores final, plus the marquee signing of Andre-Pierre Gignac, has commanded headlines across the country. Eternal rivals Chivas are the subject of much attention due to their recent redemption after a threat of relegation, plus there is also plenty of intrigue surrounding the divorce...

Club America shows potential despite Manchester United loss

Javier Hernandez could make a surprise return to Manchester United, with Louis van Gaal confirming he will give the Mexico international a chance to prove himself again.

Club America came close to getting a point from its match against Manchester United and defended well after conceding early.

Club America lost 1-0 to English giants Manchester United in Seattle, but the Liga MX team acquitted itself well in the exhibition match that is part of the International Champions Cup tournament. The team almost scored late and was building up play well all over the field against their Premier League opponents.

Granted, both teams are in preseason form, so the pace of the match was more casual than one would expect from players in top shape.

Still, it was Manchester United's full roster on...

Club America learn lessons in comeback win vs. San Jose

Club America showed plenty of pleasing fight and team spirit in rallying to beat San Jose.

It didn't take Club America long to absorb the lessons from their loss to the Galaxy in the opening game of the International Champions Cup. On Tuesday, it was Club America's turn to come back from a deficit and win 2-1 against the San Jose Earthquakes.

The Earthquakes took the lead in the 24th minute when a good save by goalkeeper Hugo Gonzalez from a Quincy Amarikwa header simply delayed the goal: after the defense failed to clear the rebound, Clarence Goodson was able to knock the ball in...

Ignacio Ambriz the latest to attempt appeasing Club America brass

Club America have appointed former Queretaro manager Ignacio Ambriz as their manager after parting ways with Gustavo Matosas.

Club America moved on relatively quickly from the Gustavo Matosas era, officially presenting Ignacio Ambriz as the team's new coach on May 26. The team has signed him to a two-year contract, although any fan of the club knows full well that could be cut short if Ambriz fails to live up to expectations.

"It's a professional alliance and we seek order and balance on the field. We evaluated who could help us and that's why we brought in 'Nacho,'" said club president Ricardo Pelaez. "We want to give...

Gustavo Matosas firing from America partly due to arrogance on both sides

Favorites Club America unexpectedly exited the playoffs after losing a two-leg tie to Pachuca.

At first glance, it seemed like such an ideal fit: A suave Uruguyan coach paired with the wealthiest and most successful club in Liga MX history. Gustavo Matosas had the substance to back up his flashy style as well, since he was the only coach that had managed to win Liga MX titles alongside Club America's last two championships. That was back when he was in charge of Leon, with a squad considered measurably weaker than America's powerhouse roster.

Yet the promise of attractive, attacking soccer...