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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2017/2018 Season

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5 Guadalajara 1 1 0 4
6 Santos 1 1 0 4
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The numbers behind the Clasico Nacional

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Chivas, America face off in crunch Clasico

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 By Tom Marshall

Chivas boss Matias Almeyda: 'Mexico has a team to win the World Cup'

LA Galaxy and Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos reflects on his return to El Tri and discusses his goals for club and country.
Matias Almeyda came out in praise of Mexican players on Wednesday.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas coach Matias Almeyda believes Mexico can win a World Cup, but that Liga MX clubs need to believe more in the Mexican player.

"I've had the chance to get to know the Mexican player, their idiosyncrasies and I'd go to the World Cup [with Mexico] to win it," said Almeyda in a press conference on Wednesday. "Mexico has a team to win the World Cup."

Chivas only plays with Mexican players as per the club's policy, but the former Argentine international stressed that he wasn't...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas are not obligated to win now, but a title will come under Almeyda

There's a lot of pressure on Chivas to win the title this season, but the demands should be for improvement.

The Spanish verb "obligar," which translates rather clumsily as "obligate" in English, has a special place in the Mexican football lexicon.

When it comes to the national team or any of the big clubs, the question of whether they are obligated to win a game or tournament is very common. It lures in both managers and institutions, piles on the pressure and then proceeds to regularly backfire. That's the point of it. After all, if you are obligated to do something and you don't achieve it, then it...

 By Nayib Moran

Chivas, Toluca keep climbing, Tigres still No. 1 in Liga MX Power Rankings

Pumas got their first win of the 2017 Clausura, narrowly defeating Cruz Azul 1-0 in front of a sold out crowd.

About 275,000 spectators went to a soccer stadium nearby to watch Liga MX action; it was an amazing week in that regard and the games didn't fail to rise to the occasion. After two weeks of games, Tigres has yet to score a goal, while Toluca and Pachuca are on top of the table with six points each.

Here are Liga MX's Week 2 Power Rankings:

1. TIGRES UANL (no change):
There's been a noticeable dip in form for Tigres, who only a couple of weeks ago lifted their fifth league title. Los Auriazules'...

 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX W2W4: Jemez's debut, Pachuca-Leon head Clausura Week 1

Sebastian Salazar discusses the upcoming Liga MX Clasura campaign and how the league can cope without Copa Libertadores.

MEXICO CITY -- There was really no wait for Liga MX to come back. After a crazy Liga MX final between Club America and Tigres that wrapped up on Christmas Day, Queretaro and Veracruz start off the 2017 Clausura on Three Kings' Day.

Here are five storylines to follow this weekend:

1. What will happen with the Monterrey-Edwin Cardona saga?

On Colombian radio show, Al Alargue, Edwin Cardona talked about a wide range of topics: from his recent phone conversation with Sevilla manager Jorge Sampaoli...

How a Scottish football fanatic fell madly in love with Chivas

Lynne and Grant Law aren't hard to pick out at Chivas matches, with their Scottish flag bearing the Spanish words that translate to 'The Scottish Flock.'
Lynne and Grant Law aren't hard to pick out at Chivas matches, with their Scottish flag bearing the Spanish words that translate to 'The Scottish Flock.'

Grant Law still recalls that first scent of an intoxicating new love, a holiday romance no less, 5,400 miles from home. It was the aroma of something very different, something enticing -- even if it came with the faintest whiff of a farmyard.

"It was football, but not as I knew it. It was mad, a culture shock. It was Mexico," he recalled with a fond shake of the head. "The first time I heard the noise in that old Jalisco Stadium in Guadalajara, I'll never forget. Nonstop. The passion, the noise...