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León

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Liga MX: Leon, coach Gustavo Matosas part ways

Gustavo Matosas has his Leon side peaking at just the right time.
Leon and coach Gustavo Matosas parted company after Leon failed to reach the playoffs.

Despite taking Leon from the second division all the way to two Mexican League titles in just over three years, the defending champion club and coach Gustavo Matosas parted ways on Monday after Leon failed to reach the Liguilla playoffs this season.

"The cycle is over and that is why I am leaving," said Matosas, who led the team to two titles, but who finished 10th and out of...

By ESPN Staff
Aug 19, 2014

Donaldson: Happy Luis

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson states that Luis Suarez appeared 'happy' as he made his pre-season debut with Barcelona.

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Suarez, Neymar feature in Barca win

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Luis Suarez and the rest of Barcelona's new signings have been presented to fans ahead of the new La Liga season.

Luis Suarez and Neymar played for the first time since their dramatic World Cup exits, with the Brazilian star scoring twice on Monday in Barcelona's 6-0 rout of Mexican champions Leon in a preseason friendly.

Thirty-one days after he signed for the club, Suarez ran out on the pitch to great applause as he was finally unveiled as a Barcelona player in the pre-match build-up.

The 27-year-old, who was cleared to make his debut in the friendly by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, despite currently...

Rafael Marquez moves to Verona

Hellas Verona have signed Mexican defender Rafael Marquez, bringing him back to European football from Mexican side Club Leon.

- Canales: Marquez continues an adventurous career

The 35-year-old, who joins on undisclosed terms, has played for clubs including Barcelona, Monaco and the New York Red Bulls.

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Rafa Marquez joining Hellas Verona

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to the news of Rafael Marquez's transfer to Hellas Verona.

Mexico captain Rafa Marquez is off to Italy to join Hellas Verona, his former club Leon confirmed on Monday.

Italian media reports the 35-year-old defender has penned a one-year deal at Verona, with a second-year option.

In his first year playing in Mexico since 1999, Marquez helped Leon win back-to-back Liga MX titles in December and May.

He then guided Mexico to the World Cup knockout stage, even scoring against Croatia.

Leon president Jesus Martinez wished the former Barcelona man well in a statement...