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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
12 Veracruz 4 2 6 14
13 Pachuca 4 1 7 13
14 Queretaro 2 5 5 11
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Mexican club Pachuca could enter partnership with Paris Saint-Germain

Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes run through this week's player power rankings, which see Neymar and Leo Messi top the list.
Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop delve into Adrian Rabiot's interest in playing in the Premier League and where he may fit.

The president of Mexican side Pachuca has met Paris Saint-Germain officials during his tour of Europe to discuss "a mutually beneficial sporting partnership."

PSG have been reported to be considering moving into the Mexican market in recent years, with a summer friendly against Club America at the Estadio Azteca having been mooted at one point.

"As part of his European tour, our president, Jesus Martinez, and our sporting director, Marco Garces, visited PSG's facilities," a Pachuca statement on...

 By Tom Marshall

Pachuca owner slams Mexico TV rights deal over lack of transparency

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez react to Liga MX's response in wake of the recent earthquake in Mexico.

Pachuca owner Jesus Martinez has fiercely criticized the Mexican federation's recent deal to grant Televisa and TV Azteca television rights until after the 2026 World Cup.

Martinez was one of four Liga MX owners to vote against the deal, with the club president suggesting in an interview with ESPN on Tuesday that the Mexican federation (FMF) could have gotten much better terms.

There had been a separate and, according to various reports, more lucrative proposal from a joint bid from NBC Universal/Telemundo...

 By Nayib Moran

Monterrey still top, Leon rapidly rising Liga MX Power Rankings

If Monterrey keep winning, they have to be considered Liguilla favorites, though there's a long way to go.

If the Liguilla started tomorrow, Monterrey would be the favorite to win it all. But in Liga MX, the unpredictable is always an option, and clubs such as Xolos, Leon, Cruz Azul or even Necaxa can end up making deep runs.

October will be an important month in defining which clubs will best arrive come Liguilla time.

Here are Week 12's Liga MX Power Rankings:

1. MONTERREY  (no change)
Monterrey still has games against Pachuca, America and Tigres. Those are the games in which Monterrey's...

 By Nayib Moran

Resurgent Leon climb into the top 10, Pachuca slip all the way to 14th

Herculez Gomez and Alexis Nunes debate whether Cruz Azul are true contenders in Liga MX.

Even though Monterrey look unstoppable so far in the Apertura, there are teams like Morelia, Tijuana, Cruz Azul and Leon who are positively evolving as the season moves along. However, it remains to be seen if the four clubs mentioned will prolong their current hot streaks.

Here are Week 9's Liga MX Power Rankings:

1. MONTERREY  (no change)
Perhaps the only problem surrounding Monterrey, if there is any, is that they have missed four penalties this season. Players like Rogelio Funes...

 By Eric Gomez

Young talent like Victor Guzman, Javier Guemez making case for El Tri call-ups

Osorio should give the likes of Pachuca's Victor Guzman a shot with one eye on Mexico's next generation.

MEXICO CITY -- "The 10/8 rule is a decision that goes against Mexican soccer," Juan Carlos Osorio told ESPN in May 2016. "Whenever there are more opportunities for foreign players, there will be less for Mexicans."

The manager of the Mexico national team knows that he, or whoever comes after him, cannot do the job properly if players are not developing within Liga MX. In the two-plus years of his reign as El Tri boss, Osorio himself has produced a mixed bag of results with a supposed golden...