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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 UNAM 1 0 0 3
3 Puebla 1 0 0 3
4 León 1 0 0 3
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U.S. international Michael Orozco joins Club Tijuana from from Puebla FC

Michael Orozco is a native of Orange, Calif.

United States international defender Michael Orozco has joined Club Tijuana, the Liga MX club announced on Friday. The 29-year-old makes the move from Puebla FC.

Orozco, who began his professional career with San Luis and has also played in MLS for Philadelphia, will be reunited at the Xolos with Ruben Omar Romano, who was his manager last season at Puebla. 

Orozco made his U.S. debut in 2008. He has won 16 caps and scored three goals, the most famous of which was a winner vs. Mexico at...

Puebla and Leones Negros battling against Liga MX relegation

Leones Negros' coach Alfonso Sosa reacts after the game.

If the Liga MX was truly fair, it would be Morelia who would be relegated. La Monarquia have only won four league games since last summer and have been horrific in nearly all areas of the pitch. This season, every team must have been eager for an opportunity to take on a squad that had only won two matches in last year's Apertura.

Luckily for Morelia, the current relegation system in use for the Liga MX focuses not only on recent results, but ones that stretch back during the past three years, or...

 By Tom Marshall

Puebla smash Chivas Guadalajara to win Copa MX, send Blanco out on high

ESPN FC's Brian McBride, Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes discuss what sort of legacy Cuauhtémoc Blanco has made for himself.

Puebla were the worthy winners of the Copa MX on Tuesday, defeating Chivas Guadalajara 4-2 in a game that will be remembered for Mexico legend Cuauhtemoc Blanco bowing out of the game at 42 years old.

Here are three of the biggest talking points from the game:

Fitting farewell for a Mexican legend

It wasn't hoisting the Copa Libertadores or Liga MX with his beloved Club America, but "El Cuau" proudly lifted the Copa MX and capped off one of the best careers of any Mexican on a winning note.

Sure,...