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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC signs former Barcelona midfielder Victor Vazquez

Justin Morrow says Sebastian Giovinco's winning mentality he brought from Juve has driven Toronto FC towards success.
Barcelona product Victor Vazquez has joined Toronto FC in MLS.

Toronto FC completed the signing of former Barcelona midfielder Victor Vazquez on Monday.

The MLS club used targeted allocation money to secure the 30-year-old's services from Cruz Azul in Mexico.

"We are excited to bring Victor Vazquez to Toronto FC and provide our team with another experienced midfielder," general manager Tim Bezbatchenko said in a statement. "Victor developed in the Barcelona youth system which is recognized worldwide.

Cruz Azul's Paco Jemez: I had an offer to manage club in Dubai

Paco Jemez took charge of Cruz Azul on Tuesday.

New Cruz Azul coach Paco Jemez has revealed that he turned down an offer to coach a team in Dubai shortly after being dismissed by Granada in September.

The 46-year-old signed a one-year contract with Cruz Azul on Tuesday to become the first Spaniard to manage Los Celestes in the club's 89-year history.

Jemez told Cadena Ser: "Cruz Azul and the Mexican league give me the ambition and the tools to compete at the highest level. I wanted to be challenged and their competitive project has convinced...

 By Tom Marshall

Spaniard Paco Jemez named Cruz Azul coach in Liga MX

Spaniard Paco Jemez has been confirmed as the new head coach of Liga MX club Cruz Azul, the institution announced on its website on Monday.

Jemez has previously managed Rayo Vallecano and Granada in the La Liga and will become La Maquina's first Spanish coach. The 46-year-old wasn't able to take a job in Spain...

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32 percent of 2015 Liga MX players not born in Mexico

Monterrey's Edgar Castillo is one of 154 players in Liga MX who were not born in Mexico.

More than 30 percent of players in the Mexican League for Apertura 2015 were not born in Mexico, according to figures released by the league this week.

The number of foreign players remains unchanged over last season, according to Mexico daily, La Aficion.

Of the tournament's 475 players, 154 were not born in Mexico. The list includes 81 foreigners, 55 naturalized citizens and...