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2015/2016 Season

11 Monterrey 4 3 4 15
12 Queretaro 4 3 5 15
13 Pachuca 4 2 5 14
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 By Tom Marshall

Queretaro's Jonathan Bornstein connecting with Mexican roots

Jonathan Bornstein has started eight of Queretaro's nine matches in the 2015 Apertura.
Jonathan Bornstein has started eight of Queretaro's nine matches in the 2015 Apertura.

For Queretaro left back Jonathan Bornstein, being half-Mexican growing up in Los Angeles didn't mean speaking Spanish and being inculcated in Mexican traditions.

It was only after a move from Chivas USA to Monterrey-based Liga MX outfit Tigres in 2011 that the 30-year-old player, who has 38 caps for the United States national team, really started connecting with his Mexican heritage.

"You know how it is in school, you'd always have to fill out ethnicity (forms). I'd always put American and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Salt Lake, Queretaro and Santos Laguna open CCL campaigns with wins

Javier Morales of Real Salt Lake takes the ball past Johnny Woodly of Municipal.

Joao Plata helped Real Salt Lake to a 1-0 win in their opening CONCACAF Champions League Group G against Municipal in Guatemala City on Tuesday night.

The Ecuador international scored the only goal of the game within two minutes of the first whistle, reacting first to Javier Morales free kick as it bounced in the Municipal box.

The hosts tried valiantly to get back into the match, but RSL had keeper Nick Rimando to thank after he made two excellent saves to deny Carlos Ruiz and help the MLS team...

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Mexico play hurt by sponsor interests, says ex-coach Victor Vucetich

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno discuss the recent dismissal of Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, and what that means for the national team.
ESPN's Fernando Palomo joins the ESPN FC crew to react to Miguel Herrera's firing as the Mexico head coach.
The Mexico Football Federation voted to sack coach Miguel Herrera following an alleged incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport.

El Tri's commercial sponsorship interests affected their performance under Miguel Herrera's direction, said ex Mexico national team coach Victor Manuel Vucetich.

Vucetich, who coached the team in 2013 for two games before being replaced by Herrera as Mexico's fourth coach in the span of three months during the summer of 2013, is reportedly under consideration to coach the team again since Herrera's sacking on Tuesday.

Vucetich said he would have to carefully consider an offer if one came.

"I don't...

 By Tom Marshall

Queretaro confirm interest in Robinho

Queretaro are weighing up the possibility of bringing in current Brazil international Robinho.

Liga MX outfit Club Queretaro are weighing up the possibility of bringing in current Brazil international Robinho to replace the outgoing Ronaldinho.

"Robinho is one of the possibilities we're looking at," Gallos Blancos sporting president Joaquin Beltran said on Monday.

There have been widespread reports that the 31-year-old former Real Madrid star was on Queretaro's radar,...

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Ronaldinho near Brazil return, says Vasco da Gama president

Brazilian star Ronaldinho launches a counterattack with this extraordinary piece of skill in Queretaro's 2-2 Liga MX Torneo Clausura quarterfinal against Veracruz.
In the final minutes of Queretaro's 2-1 Liga MX away win over Morelia, Ronaldinho received a yellow for a dive.
Watch a pitch invader get lucky as former Brazil star Ronaldinho signed his shirt before being escorted from the field.
Brazilian World Cup winner, Ronaldinho, has yet to make a decision on his future after leaving Atletico Mineiro.

Brazil star Ronaldinho is on the verge of returning to Brazil to join club Vasco da Gama on a six-month contract, following his stint with Liga MX club Queretaro.

"We are working on a project called 'Ronaldinho Gaucho-Vasco,' and we are moving ahead. I would say we are at 90 percent," club president Eurico Miranda told ESPN Brasil about the negotiation. "I can say that I have spoken with the player and he has shown interest and he was satisfied with this possibility for the future. All we have left...