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America

Table - Mexican Liga MX
  POS CLUB PTS
1 U.A.N.L 29
2 America 29
3 Veracruz 28

Club America in ominous form

Club America
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Benfica replace Porto on tour of North America this summer

Benfica manager Jorge Jesus will lead his team across North America this summer.

Portuguese league champions Benfica will replace Porto for four preseason friendlies in North America this summer.

Porto will play Paris Saint-Germain at Toronto on July 18; Fiorentina at East Hartford, Connecticut, six days later; at the New York Red Bulls on July 26; and against Mexico's Club America at July 28 at a site to be announced.

All of the games are part of the International Champions Cup event.

Relevent Sports, an organiser of the games, announced the switch Saturday and said all ticket...

Osaka, Yokohama picked as 2015 Club World Cup host cities

ZURICH -- FIFA says Osaka and Yokohama will be host cities for the 2015 Club World Cup in Japan.

The Nagai Stadium in Osaka previously hosted the athletics world championships in 2007 and three matches at the 2002 World Cup.

The International Stadium in Yokohama staged the 2002 World Cup final and has previously hosted six Club World Cup finals.

The Club World Cup includes champions of FIFA's six continental confederations plus the host nation's league title winner. Auckland City and Club America...

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...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America and manager Gustavo Matosas part ways

Club America won the CONCACAF Champions League under Gustavo Matosas, who stepped down on Tuesday.

Gustavo Matosas lasted just five months and a day at Club America, with the club parting ways with the coach on Tuesday, following the team's exit in the Clausura 2015 quarterfinal against Pachuca on Saturday.

"We've ended the working relationship with Gustavo Matosas and his coaching staff by mutual agreement and in a cordial manner," sporting president Ricardo Pelaez said at a news conference in Mexico City.

Matosas took over last December, right after Las Aguilas had been crowned Apertura 2014...

Club America have questions to consider before next season

Gustavo Matosas will likely be granted a grace period with Club America.

Club America's Clausura 2015 season is dead, but the team's administration still has a lot of decisions to make in order to rally and chase another title in the upcoming Apertura season.

The first question that could have a major impact on the team going forward is that of coach Gustavo Matosas. At a low point in the season, following losses by multiple goals to different teams, club president Ricardo Pelaez had to call a press conference to let everyone know that Matosas was not about to be fired....