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Hernandez: Five to watch in Liga MX

Liga MX Aug 28, 2014
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 By Tom Marshall
2 days ago

Positives and negatives from Chivas' draw against Xolos

Omar Bravo awoke from his slumber to score twice in Chivas' 3-3 draw with Xolos.
Omar Bravo awoke from his slumber to score twice in Chivas' 3-3 draw with Xolos.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico - At least Chivas showed fight on Sunday in the 3-3 tie with Club Tijuana and the 16,710 fans inside the Estadio Omnilife went home reasonably happy.

Not only did the fans see six goals and a game that swung to and fro, but they'll also get a free ticket to Chivas' next home game against Tigres, in line with the club's promotion that if Guadalajara didn't manage to defeat Xolos it would grant free entry to the next home match.

But despite Jair Pereira's late equalizer and...

 By Tom Marshall
5 days ago

Desperation setting in at Chivas

Hedgardo Marin and Jorge Enriquez talk things over after Chivas were embarrassed in the Copa MX quarterfinals midweek.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Sometimes soccer has a strange way of coming back to bite you on the behind. Amid Chivas' current crisis, there's almost a sense of awkward poetic justice that Daniel Guzman comes to town with his Club Tijuana team to face the relegation-threatened side this Sunday in the Estadio Omnilife.

Guzman was once coach of Chivas. He was hired before current owner Jorge Vergara bought the club in 2002, but "El Travieso" became the first coach to be fired by the owner, after the...

 By Tom Marshall
Oct 22, 2014

Cup humiliation the latest sorry chapter in Chivas' desperate campaign

Kristian Alvarez, center, leaves the field after Chivas' humiliation at Santos Laguna in the Copa MX on Tuesday.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- I've always tended to lean on the positive side of the debate when covering Chivas.

Not one for being a doom-monger, I've seen the glass as being half-full rather than half-empty when it comes to the storied Mexican institution picking up and moving away from relegation, at least until now. It always seemed that things couldn't get worse for the club. And then something bad has tended to happen.

Chivas' 5-0 loss away to Santos Laguna on Tuesday in the quarterfinal of the Copa...

 By Tom Marshall
Oct 18, 2014

De la Torre's return fails to inspire as Chivas' rot continues

Jose Manuel 'Chepo' de la Torre wasn't able to inspire Chivas to a win in his first match back in charge.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas coach Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre said in the week that there is no magic wand that can be waved for the club's troubles to simply disappear, but he would've hoped for more from his first match back in charge than what he saw in Saturday's 2-1 loss against Leon.

Chivas were no better than they had been under previous coach Carlos Bustos and there was very little to suggest the Mexican-only institution will be able to pull away from relegation with any ease. The...

 By Tom Marshall
Oct 17, 2014

"Chepo" de la Torre begins second stint at Chivas vs. Leon

In his second stint as coach at the club, Chepo de la Torre has been tasked with helping Chivas avoid relegation.
In his second stint as coach at the club, Chepo de la Torre has been tasked with helping Chivas avoid relegation.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- A new era for Chivas begins on Saturday with a trip to Leon to face the reigning Liga MX champion.

Since the 1-0 loss against local rival Atlas two weeks ago, much has changed.

Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre has returned as coach to the club where he made his name in the Apertura 2006, when Chivas lifted their 11th and last trophy.

There is a sense that owner Jorge Vergara has finally turned to the kind of trusted figure that he should've gone to long ago, certainly...

Oct 16, 2014

Erick "El Cubo" Torres facing a tough decision

After experiencing success in MLS at Chivas USA, a return to Liga MX may not be in Erick Torres' best interest.
After experiencing success in MLS at Chivas USA, a return to Liga MX may not be in Erick Torres' best interest.

"What would you do?" Erick "El Cubo" Torres asked me a few weeks ago when we ran into each other after an interview on the program "Nación ESPN." The question was posed right in the middle of a cut, when the studio lights were down and people were speaking in hushed tones.

On Sunday, Torres scored his first goal on the senior Mexican national team and is wrapping up a club season in the United States, where he has once again been a regular scorer and the great player that he once seemed destined...