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2017/2018 Season

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 By Tom Marshall

Herrera's return to America, Honda's impact among Apertura 2017 talking points

As Keisuke Honda's dream move at AC Milan came to an end, questions arise whether or not Pachuca is a good fit.
Pachuca's new signing Keisuke Honda insists that his new club must make him feel appreciated to get the best out of him.

It's been a hectic summer for the Mexican national team, which on Thursday will play its 15th game in the last 54 days, but as the Gold Cup reaches its crescendo, Liga MX's Apertura is set to get going, with the opening games on Friday. 

Here are ten talking points heading into the season: 

Top two title challengers hail from the north 

If you were to put down money on a team to win the Apertura 2017, you'd go with one of Nuevo Leon rivals Monterrey or Tigres.

Tigres will be rejuvenated...

 By Eric Gomez

Chivas or Club America: Which team will win record 13th Liga MX title first?

Chivas are hoping that team chemistry and retaining last season's title winners are enough to win a 13th trophy.

MEXICO CITY -- The race for La Trece is on. Mexico's two biggest clubs are tied at the top with 12 league titles each, with Chivas responding to Club America's recent dominance by winning the 2017 Clausura title last May.

Uncontested at the top for much of Liga MX's history, Chivas bitterly observed their fiercest rival creep up and later rise above them in the past decade. Prior to 1980, in fact, Chivas had won eight titles to Club America's three. Since then, the Mexico City giants have flipped...

 By Eric Gomez

Can Club America rekindle old magic, win another title with Miguel Herrera?

Herrera brought a title to America the first time around. Can he do it again?

MEXICO CITY -- It was the perfect time for Miguel Herrera to come back. A second chance at glory for the prodigal son, whose own story of ambition, success and fall from grace mirrored the team he left behind.

In 2013, "Piojo" Herrera famously led Club America to its first league title in eight years. The story made the rounds worldwide, capped by viral moments such as goalkeeper Moises Munoz desperately plunging forward to score, sending the final into overtime, and a rain-drenched Herrera exploding...

Five arrested as violence halts Mexican club legends friendly in California

A friendly between former players of two Mexican clubs turned violent during half-time when dozens of fans invaded the pitch and brawled.

The Orange County Register reported that the "game of legends" between ex-Club America and Pumas players in California had been organised as a benefit for the Santa Ana-based United Soccer Talents Foundation, which supports players.