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2016/2017 Season

1 Monterrey 12 1 3 37
2 America 8 4 4 28
3 Pachuca 7 6 3 27
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 By Tom Marshall

Sources: Mexican clubs wary of breaking FIFA rule in signing U.S. teens

Necaxa defeated Cruz Azul in a tightly contested 3-2 win at the Estadio Azul.
United States defender Ventura Alvarado joined Club America's youth team in Mexico in a possible breach of FIFA's Article 19.

The Mexican Football Federation has encouraged Liga MX clubs to stop registering underage players from the United States because of a potential widespread breach of a FIFA rule, sources have told ESPN FC.

Each year, minors born and based in the U.S. are scouted north of the border and head south to join Liga MX clubs' academies. 

But sources said the Mexican teams could be guilty of breaking Article 19 of FIFA's Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, which is designed to stop minors...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Monterrey part ways with Carlos Barra

Carlos Barra was let go by Liga MX club Monterrey after a little more than a year as manager.

A press release on Liga MX club Monterrey's official website announced that the team are parting ways with manager Carlos Barra and his staff.

Barra has been in charge at Monterrey for a little over a year. The 2014 Apertura campaign ended in the Liguilla semifinals for Monterrey, but the team struggled to score in the playoffs and sputtered out against America losing 3-0 on aggregate without scoring a goal.

Despite bringing in some notable signings this winter -- Colombians Edwin Cardona, Alexander...

 By Ben Gladwell

Jose Basanta set for Fiorentina move

Basanta says the move will be a 'fantastic new step.'

Argentine defender Jose Basanta is set to complete his move to Fiorentina after his club Monterrey confirmed that an agreement had been reached.

Basanta, who appeared twice for finalists Argentina at the World Cup, confirmed on Twitter that he would become a Fiorentina player.

He also thanked them in Italian "for all the good sensations" they had given him ahead of this "fantastic new step."