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 By Tom Marshall

Carlos Salcedo latest to leave Chivas production line bound for Europe

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Pending a physical on Tuesday, Carlos Salcedo, right, will move to Fiorentina on loan with an option to buy.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Carlos Salcedo came to Chivas in January 2015 as a fringe player arriving from MLS franchise Real Salt Lake with little fanfare. Just 18 months later, the 22-year-old has become the latest player to disembark the conveyor belt of exports from Chivas to Europe, following on from the likes of Carlos Salcido, Carlos Vela and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez.

Rumors that Salcedo was set to join Fiorentina spread ahead of Chivas' 2-2 draw against Atlas in the Clasico Tapatio in...

 By Tom Marshall

Rafa Marquez and Atlas desperate for success vs. Chivas in Clasico Tapatio

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Rafa Marquez says he'd trade one of his Champions League titles to win Liga MX with Atlas.

Liga MX W2W4: Guadalajara clubs prepare for Clasico Tapatio

The Clasico Tapatio highlights weekend action in the Liga MX, with Chivas taking on Atlas on Saturday in a battle that pits Guadalajara's two first division sides.

Here's what to watch for in the sixth round of matches of the Apertura 2016:

Atlas centennial needs cherry on top

It's not normal for the onus to be on Atlas in the week of the Clasico Tapatio, but that's the way it is ahead of Saturday's match against Chivas in Estadio Chivas,...

 By Tom Marshall

Miguel Herrera, Tijuana to continue strong start; Chivas, Pena stumbling

Former Mexico coach Miguel Herrera is back in Liga MX with Tijuana.
Miguel Herrera has Tijuana firing so far this Apertura and his team should cause headaches for Liga MX teams all season.

Mexico's Olympic men's football side may be grabbing all the attention, but the Liga MX has some fascinating games in week 4 of the Apertura. Here's what to watch for.

'Piojo's' new-look Xolos the real deal?

Given Chivas' status as one of the Liga MX's two true big team -- along with Club America -- it is no surprise that a lot of the attention in Mexico honed in on the Guadalajara club's failings in last Friday's 4-0 loss to Club Tijuana. Less was made about the positives from Miguel Herrera's...

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Liga MX Talking Points: Chivas in crisis? What's its biggest problem?

Chivas pulled off a 1-0 win over Monterrey in Week 2, but the team has disappointed since.

Chivas is in shambles. A 10-man Guadalajara side suffered a 4-1 defeat to Chiapas in Copa MX last Tuesday before a shocking 4-0 league loss at Club Tijuana on Friday night. The 3-1 against Arsenal did nothing to ease the pain as the goals against tally rose to 11 in a one-week span.

At first glance, the club appears to be falling apart at the seams from every possible angle. Was last season's Liguilla run a facade? Is Chivas really in crisis mode? We asked our Liga MX bloggers Tom Marshall,...

 By Nayib Moran

Chivas, Club America suffer big losses as Medina shines for Pachuca

MEXICO CITY -- Tigres, Morelia, Chiapas and Atlas achieved their first wins of the 2016 Apertura, while Cruz Azul, Necaxa, Leon, Monterrey, Santos Laguna and Toluca have yet to taste victory.

This week will be remembered for weeks to come because Chivas and Club America both suffered thumping defeats.

Here are five lessons from Liga MX's Week 3:

1. Chivas' future has all of a sudden turned blurry

After last season's turnaround which included wins against Monterrey, Pumas, Santos and Puebla, there...

 By Tom Marshall

Nestor Calderon's fine strike helps Chivas Guadalajara past Monterrey

ESPN FC's Ernaldo Moritz and Tom Marshall discuss the importance of Chivas' crucial win over Monterrey.
ESPN FC's Tom Marshall previews the upcoming Liga MX campaign and discusses the new 10/8 rule.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas defeated Monterrey 1-0 on Saturday in Estadio Chivas, with Nestor Calderon netting the only goal in the second round of regular-season matches in the Liga MX's Apertura 2016.

Here's a look at the three biggest talking points from the match:

1. Calderon saves Chivas with sweet volley

This was a big night for Chivas, with their in-house TV station showing the match live in Mexico for the first time. A performance against one of the Liga MX's strongest squads was required...