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Cruz Azul boss Pedro Caixinha: 'No, thank you' to taking Mexico job

Cruz Azul manager Pedro Caixinha said he has no interest in coaching the Mexico national team, saying he is focused on bringing a Liga MX title to the Mexico City side.

"I am enjoying being at this institution, my goals are here and I have no worries in regard to the future," the Portuguese said at a news conference on Friday. "The national team? No, thank you."

Caixinha has Cruz Azul among the favorites to win the Liga MX title this season, battling with Club America and his former club Santos Laguna...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico watchdog agency launches probe into Liga MX club player transfer practices

Oswaldo Alanis during the 2017 Confederations Cup.
The last high-profile contract dispute in Liga MX surrounded Chivas defender Oswaldo Alanis.

Mexico's government watchdog agency has opened a probe into the transfer practices of Liga MX clubs to determine whether they violate Mexico's federal law on competitive practices in "setting, elevating or manipulating the purchase or selling price of goods or services." 

Agents for Mexico's federal economic competition commission (COFECE by the Spanish acronym) visited Club America and Cruz Azul on Tuesday in a surprise move, but a document released on Wednesday confirmed that the probe...

Leon's Mauro Boselli passes 100 Liga MX career goals; Cruz Azul stay unbeaten

Leon striker Mauro Boselli passed 100 Liga MX goals for his career with a brace in a 2-0 home win over America

Boselli sank a header into the net off a Fernando Navarro volley in the 14th minute to reach the milestone on a rainy Wednesday night at Estadio Leon.  He added his second of the match with a converted penalty in the 65th minute. 

The Argentinian joins Adalberto Lopez as the only two players in Leon history to reach the milestone in Liga MX.

"It's an honor to manage of a...

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Carlos Pena joins Necaxa on loan from Rangers as Cruz Azul spell cut short

Carlos Pena failed to score in 10 appearances for Cruz Azul.

Carlos Pena has joined Necaxa on loan after fellow Mexican club Cruz Azul ended his year-long move from Rangers six months early.

Pena, 28, will play for Necaxa for the remainder of his loan time after Pedro Caixinha, his former manager at Rangers, cut his spell at Cruz Azul short.

Necaxa posted confirmation of the transfer on Twitter, writing: "Welcome, @G27Gullit To defend these colours," while Cruz Azul tweeted to thank him for his service.

Pena's move comes after ESPN Mexico reported that...