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2018/2019 Season

1 América 4 4 0 16
2 Santos 4 2 2 14
3 UNAM 4 2 2 14
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 By Tom Marshall

Santos Laguna: No European offers for Gerardo Arteaga

Gerardo Arteaga trains with Santos.
Santos denied rumours that Gerardo Arteaga is on the move.

Santos Laguna's 19-year-old left'back Gerardo Arteaga is unlikely to move this January transfer window, despite reports in the Mexican media of interest from European clubs.

Arteaga burst onto the Liga MX scene in late 2016 and has become a regular starter at Santos. In recent weeks he has been linked with Turkish club Galatasaray, as well as Barcelona, Valencia and Porto.

"They are just rumours. I think there is an agent trying to do the operation, but we didn't receive any offer or any calls from...

 By Tom Marshall

America, Santos with strong start to Clausura; Apertura finalists struggle

Club America's new additions have coach Miguel Herrera excited about the Clausura.

The Liga MX 2018 Clausura got underway this past weekend, with a number of tight games and intrigue surrounding a new season in Mexico's first division.

Here are five talking points:

1. America, Santos off to impressive starts

Club America has a different feel to it this Clausura. The signing of French forward Jeremy Menez appears to have given the institution a lift. That was seen as Las Aguilas picked up a 1-0 victory against Queretaro in Estadio Corregidora on Sunday in an entertaining game.


 By Nayib Moran

Veteran Gallito Vazquez hopes to bring winning pedigree to Santos Laguna

Gallito Vazquez brings leadership and a steadiness to Santos' midfield.
Jose Gallito Vazquez has been a winner everywhere he's been in Mexico.

When Jose Juan "Gallito" Vazquez describes how he wants to be remembered, he doesn't worry about what he has accomplished on the playing field, although it has been remarkable -- two consecutive league titles with Leon in the 2013 Apertura and 2014 Clausura and one with Chivas in the 2017 Clausura. "First, I want to be remembered as the great human being I have been, that's the trace I always want to leave wherever I set foot and whomever I speak with. This one is important. And afterwards, the...

 By Tom Marshall

U.S. international Ventura Alvarado joins Necaxa from Santos Laguna

With the Liguilla quarterfinals complete, Herculez Gomez and Max Bretos discuss what they learned and what to expect in the semis.

United States defender Ventura Alvarado has signed for Necaxa from Santos Laguna, with Mexican winger Jesus Isijara moving the other way.

Phoenix native Alvarado came through Club America's youth system ranks and had a previous stint with Necaxa back in 2013-14, when the club was in the second division.

"The club is grateful for the dedication and commitment shown by Ventura during his time with us, and we wish him the very best in this next stage of his professional career," read a statement from...

'There won't be another player like Pele' - Brazil legend retired in 1977

Pele is carried off the pitch in his final game.

When Edson Arantes do Nascimento (otherwise known as Pele) finally retired on Oct. 1, 1977, he stood in the centre of the pitch in New Jersey, held his right hand aloft in a victory salute at the end of a short speech and said simply: "Love, love, love."

Having scored and played for both sides in a friendly between the only two teams he ever represented, New York Cosmos and Santos, the man considered by many to be the greatest player of all-time would not be seen in competitive action again.