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 Posted by Tom Marshall
8 hours ago

More questions than answers from Palencia's resignation from Chivas

Francisco Palencia, left, resigned his post as Chivas sporting director and rumors are strong that head coach Carlos Bustos, center, will soon be following Palencia out the door.
Francisco Palencia, left, resigned his post as Chivas sporting director and rumors are strong that head coach Carlos Bustos, center, will soon be following Palencia out the door.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Francisco "Paco" Palencia resigned as Chivas' sporting director on Tuesday, with the club in the midst of a crisis and in danger of relegation.

The 41-year-old former Chivas player indicated in a press conference that he had done all he could for the club, that there had been differences of opinion on how to move forward and added he is going to concentrate on becoming a coach. He also thanked the club's owners and staff for the opportunity.

But there is no ducking or...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
1 day ago

Coaching change imminent at Chivas after dull Puebla draw

Carlos Bustos' message just doesn't seem to be getting through to Angel Reyna and the rest of the Chivas players.
Carlos Bustos' message just doesn't seem to be getting through to Angel Reyna and the rest of the Chivas players.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- A frightened and nervous side getting booed at home is not an ideal concoction when fighting a relegation battle, but that is exactly what happened Sunday in Chivas' 0-0 draw against Puebla before a sparse crowd of 12,632 at the Estadio Omnilife.

- Hernandez: Five lessons from Liga MX Week 10

You are unlikely to see a worse Liga MX game this season in terms of quality, and referee Jorge Perez seemed hell-bent on injecting some life into the game after the break. The official...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
4 days ago

Cosmic energy trips, internal club drama -- another week at Chivas

Chivas' struggles are forcing the club to seek out desperate measures.

Stories of trips to cosmic energy centers, injuries, splits between those running the club and a 1-0 Copa MX defeat to Club Tijuana dominated the week at Chivas.

It has hardly been ideal preparation for Sunday's game against Jose Luis "Chelis" Sanchez Sola's Puebla side that is a relegation battle in every sense of the word.

News of a squad trip a few weeks ago to a foco tonal, or cosmic healing center, just outside of Guadalajara, spilled out earlier in the week, with the club's sporting director...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
5 days ago

Five Liga MX matches to watch this weekend

Oribe Peralta and Club America hope to stay on top of Liga MX Apertura heading into the playoffs.

A exciting weekend of Liga MX action ahead!

In the past, there has been the occasional Liga MX weekend with only a couple of noteworthy matches, but a quick glance at Week 10's schedule for the Apertura showcases plenty of mouth-watering options for fans. Take for example the fact that the top six teams in the league will play against one other member of the top six this weekend: No. 5 Santos Laguna vs. No. 1 Club America, No. 4 Monterrey vs. No. 2 Atlas, and No. 6 Club Queretaro vs. No. 3 Toluca.

The...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
7 days ago

Liga MX Power Rankings: America and Chivas at opposite ends

From left to right: Oribe Peralta and Erick Pimentel have America flying high over Pachuca goalie Oscar Perez in Week 9 action of Liga MX.

Round 9 of matches in the Liga MX's Apertura 2014 saw the return of Club America to the summit of the power rankings, following its 2-1 win on Saturday against Pachuca.

Las Aguilas aren't necessarily firing on all cylinders, but it is hard to argue that the first-place ranking isn't deserved when the club has won more games, amassed more points and scored more goals than any other team.

On the other side of Mexico's biggest soccer rivalry, America's arch-enemy Chivas would love to be in its...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Sep 22, 2014

Ronaldinho steals the show in Liga MX debut versus Chivas

Ronaldinho gave Chivas a samba footballing lesson in his 79 minutes on the pitch.
Ronaldinho gave Chivas a samba footballing lesson in his 79 minutes on the pitch.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- It took Ronaldinho just six minutes of his Liga MX debut to get on the scoresheet.

The Brazilian superstar found himself in exactly the same position he was last Wednesday -- in his Copa MX debut versus Tigres -- stepping up to take a penalty to hand his Queretaro side the lead.

This time though he stroked the ball low to the left of Chivas goalkeeper Antonio Rodriguez and into the net. There would be no repeat of the embarrassing blast over the bar from Wednesday, and...