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Marquez takes director role with Liga MX's Atlas

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2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Monterrey 1 0 0 3
6 Atlas 0 1 0 1
7 Queretaro 0 1 0 1
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 By Tom Marshall

Rafa Marquez to be 'sporting president' at Liga MX club Atlas

ESPN's John Sutcliffe sits down with Rafa Marquez to reflect on his first four World Cups and opens up on the U.S. Treasury investigation.

Recently retired Mexico international Rafa Marquez will become a director at Liga MX club Atlas, club president Gustavo Guzman has confirmed.

Marquez played for Mexico at Russia 2018 in his fifth World Cup, despite being on the United States Treasury Department blacklist for links to a drug cartel, and will now take up a role at his first club.

"After Mexico went out [of the World Cup], he is taking some days off and in a couple of weeks he will become part of the organization as a director," Guzman...

 By Tom Marshall

Atlas' Ravel Morrison won't rule out Mexico stay - sources

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Ravel Morrison is not ruling out a stay in Mexico after his loan deal with Atlas ends this summer, sources tell ESPN.

There has been initial interest from Liga MX clubs still in the 2018 Clausura playoffs -- Toluca and Monterrey -- although the former Manchester United youth product is currently resting up and recovering from lingering injuries before deciding on his club future.

Morrison, 25, featured 20 times for Atlas in Liga MX after joining on loan at the end of last...

 By Tom Marshall

Rafa Marquez has retired but will he still play for Mexico at the World Cup?

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez are joined by MLSSoccer.com's Calen Carr to talk all things Juan Carlos Osorio, including how his coaching style and tactics have impacted El Tri.

Rafa Marquez's club career has come to an end. The most decorated player in the history of Mexican football bowed out as Atlas drew 0-0 against Pachuca on Saturday in Estadio Hidalgo.

There should be no doubt as to how important Marquez is to the Mexican game. Only Hugo Sanchez has come close to Marquez's haul of four La Liga titles, two Champions Leagues, two Liga MX titles and one Ligue 1 trophy.

Whether 39-year-old Rafa Marquez plays another competitive game of football again or is definitively...

Liga MX W2W4: Atlas to bid Rafa Marquez farewell at home vs. rivals Chivas

Rafa Marquez will forever be remembered as an Atlas and Mexico legend.
Mexico and Atlas legend Rafa Marquez could well be playing  his final club match at Estadio Jalisco on Friday.

Liga MX is heading down the final stretch of the regular season with some playoff spots still up for grabs. Tom Marshall and Eric Gomez preview the must-see games of the penultimate weekend of the Liga MX regular season.

Marquez faces Chivas in final home game for Atlas

Rafa Marquez has not officially said that he'll be hanging up his boots at the end of the 2018 Clausura, but it has been implied in every interview he has given over the last couple of weeks. The goal for the Mexico legend, as he...

 By Tom Marshall

Rafa Marquez regrets Red Bulls move, hoping for World Cup finale

Mexico legend Rafa Marquez is hoping to end his career on a positive note at the World Cup, but he said one chapter that doesn't hold fond memories is his stint in MLS with the New York Red Bulls.

Marquez spent seven years at Barcelona before signing for the Red Bulls in 2010 in a major transfer for the league, but the 39-year-old said he doesn't believe it was the right move in hindsight.

"When I left Barcelona I became frustrated in New York because I was used to a standard and requirement, a high...