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W2W4: Derby day for America, Pumas

Liga MX

W2W4: Liga MX Femenil set for historic debut

Liga MX
 By Nayib Moran

America, Queretaro rise, Chivas fall further in Liga MX Power Rankings

Two late goals from Javier Guemez and Camilo Sanvezzo saw Queretaro take all three points against Monarcas de Morelia.
Herculez Gomez tries to make sense of Mexican legend Rafa Marquez being sanctioned for drug trafficking.
Herculez Gomez gives his early impressions of Miguel Herrera at Club America.

After four weeks of Liga MX football, Monterrey sit atop the table while Pumas' Nicolas Castillo is the league's top scorer with four goals. The number of Liga MX debuts has also risen to 18 with Queretaro's Jordi Cortizo, Tijuana's Edgar Lopez and Pachuca's Roberto de la Rosa all making their Liga MX debuts this past week,

Here are Week 4's Liga MX Power Rankings:

1. MONTERREY  (no change)
Monterrey's start to the season has been dominant, and that can be noted in its last...

 By Nayib Moran

Cecilio Dominguez's legend grows as America wins the Clasico Capitalino

Herculez Gomez gives his early impressions of Miguel Herrera at Club America.

MEXICO CITY -- Cecilio Dominguez likes to defy logic, and this evident desire to do the unthinkable every time he can has Club America's fans mesmerized.

Dominguez knows what Americanistas want, and he's going to try to give it to them.

Saturday's Clasico Capitalino between America and Pumas became a tale of two Panenkas in which America's players had the audacity to try it twice even though in the 45th minute, Silvio Romero saw his effort denied by goalkeeper Alfredo Saldivar. When the game...

Liga MX W2W4: Derby day for America, Pumas; Leon, Cruz Azul need a win

Herculez Gomez gives his early impressions of Miguel Herrera at Club America.
Herculez Gomez believes the cards are stacked against Mexican players who want to make the jump to MLS.

It's the third week of action in Mexico's Torneo Apertura. Our writers look at some of the key storylines.

1. America host Pumas on derby day

America fans tend to deny the Mexico City derby against Pumas is a Clasico in the true sense of the word, but that doesn't take anything away from what is one of the iconic matches in the Liga MX calendar. This is two of the "big four" and two institutions -- Televisa (America) and UNAM (Pumas) -- that go about running their clubs in very different ways.


 By Nayib Moran

Cecilio Dominguez, Club America turning a corner under Herrera

Herculez Gomez gives his early impressions of Miguel Herrera at Club America.

MEXICO CITY -- There hasn't been a day this week where news related to Club America hasn't made the front page of Mexico City's main sports newspapers. It's common to see Las Aguilas be the main talk of the town, especially now that their manager is Miguel "Piojo" Herrera. However, after Club America's 2-0 win over Pachuca at Estadio Hidalgo, the hype has been quite exaggerated, and there's a need to find middle ground. Ahead of their clash against Pumas in another edition of the Clasico Capitalino,...

Liga MX Femenil makes its historic debut, Pachuca clash with America

The new Liga MX Femenil could be a huge boost to the Mexican women's national program.

1. Liga MX Femenil kicks off 

By far the most important thing going on this weekend in Liga MX is the start of the women's league.

The fact Puebla and Lobos BUAP will not be fielding teams, the situation with Mexican-American players not being allowed to participate and the reports this week -- flatly denied by Liga MX -- about the conditions the players are having to deal with have all added to a tense discussion surrounding the start of the competition. The lack of TV rights and the way...

 By Nayib Moran

Miguel Herrera still assembling the pieces needed to revitalize Club America

Miguel Herrera had success in his first spell at America and looks poised to do the same in his second.

MEXICO CITY -- Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's return to Club America is still at its early stages. There's a building process that's still undergoing and explains why America suffered back-to-back losses to Queretaro in the last two weeks. Herrera's joviality is intact, knowing that in the following weeks his team is bound to show improvements, but it won't be easy because Las Aguilas' next three league games include a visit to Pachuca, a Clasico Capitalino against Pumas at Estadio...