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 By Tom Marshall

Relegation-threatened Chivas put in fine performance against Chiapas

Chivas bagged their second win of the Liga MX season, overcoming Chiapas 4-1.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Relegation-threatened Chivas put in their best performance of the season Sunday to defeat Chiapas 4-1 in round seven of matches in the Liga MX Apertura 2015.

Veteran Omar Bravo netted twice for the all-Mexican club, with Isaac Brizuela and David Ramirez scoring the other goals.

The win was only the second of the season in the league for Chivas, whose priority at present is to move away from relegation danger as quickly as possible.

Here are three things we learned from the...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas face former manager Ricardo La Volpe in intriguing Liga MX matchup

Jose de la Torre faces his predecessor as Chivas coach in Ricardo La Volpe in a weekend match with Chiapas.

Chivas square off against Chiapas on Sunday in Estadio Omnilife with one man's presence towering over the game: Ricardo La Volpe.

The current Chiapas coach was unceremoniously booted out of Chivas last April following just four games in charge, after the club's foot doctor alleged the former Mexico coach had visited her office with only a towel wrapped around his waist and had proceeded to act inappropriately.

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La Volpe denied the claims and said club owner Jorge Vergara was out to get him....

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas sunk by Leon as poor Apertura continues

The woes of Jose Ramirez and Chivas continued with a soggy 1-0 defeat in Guanajuato.
The woes of Jose Ramirez and Chivas continued with a soggy 1-0 defeat in Guanajuato.

It is now one win in six matches for Chivas in the 2015 Apertura following the team's 1-0 away loss on Saturday to Liga MX leader Club Leon.

Under intense rain and with one of the world's richest people, Carlos Slim -- part owner of Leon -- looking on in a celebration of La Fiera's 71st anniversary, this was another worrying display from Chivas, and one that leaves them down in 17th place in the Apertura table.

Here are our three takes:

1. Rodriguez errors cost Chivas dearly

Chivas goalkeeper...

 By Tom Marshall

Margins slim for Chivas with relegation once again a possibility

The 2015 Apertura is currently looking bleak for Carlos Fierro and Chivas.
The 2015 Apertura is currently looking bleak for Carlos Fierro and Chivas.

GUADALAJARA -- While supporters of Basque-only Athletic Bilbao celebrated a famous victory over Barcelona last weekend in the Spanish Super Cup, fans of Mexican-only Chivas faced the harsh reality of a 3-1 away defeat to Toluca.

The struggling Guadalajara institution slipped down to 17th position in the Liga MX table, but that particular statistic and last Sunday's loss aren't as concerning as the club's relegation situation. Chivas -- Mexico's second most successful in terms of league titles...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas lose to Toluca and doubts remain about Chepo de la Torre's side

Toluca stunned confident Chivas on Sunday to raise questions about their Liga MX credentials.

TOLUCA, Mexico -- Chivas came into Sunday's match against Toluca looking to cap a fine last few days with at least a point in one of the hardest away stadiums to visit in the Liga MX. But the young side could do nothing to stop Los Diablos Rojos in a 3-1 defeat, again raising questions about just how the bar should be set for this young Chivas side.

The team from Guadalajara has managed four points from three games over the past seven days and while that is not terrible for the relegation-threatened...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas' Jorge Enriquez and Carlos Fierro fighting for starting spots

Chivas face a dilemma on whether or not to rely on veterans like all-time leading scorer Omar Bravo (pictured) or young prospects moving forward.
 

Things are slowly coming together for Chivas in the Apertura after an excellent week. The team's confidence is high heading into Sunday's Liga MX round five match against Toluca.

Chivas' newfound confidence was shown in their match against Tigres last Sunday, when it came back from two goals to draw 2-2. The club then eased past Morelia 2-0 on Wednesday, with Omar Bravo becoming the club's all-time leading goal-scorer (after scoring his 123rd goal with the club) in the process. 

This...