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 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 19, 2014

Liga MX power rankings: Pumas, Chivas on the slide

Puebla FC and U.A.N.L Tigres shared the spoils in a nervy match, which finished 1-1.

While one of Mexico's big four -- Club America -- continues to dominate the Liga MX with five wins from five games in the Apertura 2014, the other three are slipping.

Pumas' 2-1 loss last Thursday led to Guillermo Vazquez replacing Jose Luis Trejo as manager, while Chivas lost 1-0 to Santos Laguna on Sunday and Cruz Azul fell 3-1 to Monterrey on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Toluca found some form in comprehensively defeating Pachuca 3-0, while Atlas continued its playoff drive with a 1-0 home win against...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
Aug 7, 2014

Five to watch in Liga MX Week 4

Onward to Week 4!

The Liga MX Apertura has yet to let fans down when it has comes to excitement. There have been a surprising amount of red cards, high-scoring games and the return of a certain Cuauhtemoc Blanco to Mexican first division futbol.

- Marshall: Power rankings: America unbeaten
- Marshall: Torres enjoying the limelight
- Canales: Jimenez shines in Liga MX week 3

With the Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League set aside for now, the Liga MX teams should now be able to focus on gaining...

May 7, 2014

Toluca: A team of quality vs. popularity

One of the responsibilities of a "great team" is to accept the challenges that the competition throws at them. Toluca knows this well. From owner Valentin Diez to current head coach Jose Cardozo and even to each individual wearing red: the title or anything; that's the prerogative.

- Ramos: Semifinalists: Without fear or curse - Hernandez: Five things to watch in semifinals

During the last couple of years, while leaving their mark of glory and supremacy firmly etched in history, Toluca has become tired...

Apr 28, 2014

Matchups set for league playoffs

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe previews the last week of regular season in Liga MX with many teams still in the race for a spot in the playoffs.

MEXICO CITY -- Chivas failed to qualify for the Mexican playoffs after losing 1-0 to Monterrey on Sunday in the final round of the Clausura regular season.

With Chivas eliminated, Cruz Azul will face eighth-placed Leon in the quarterfinals, while Toluca will play Tijuana, Pumas take on Pachuca and Santos Laguna meet America.

The first matches of the home-and-away series are scheduled to be played over Wednesday and Thursday, with the return legs on Saturday and Sunday.

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Apr 15, 2014

Jesus Corona banned for CCL final

Cruz Azul goalkeeper Jesus Corona has been suspended for both legs of the CONCACAF Champions League final for his part in a skirmish with Club Tijuana players in the closing moments of the teams' semifinal.

Jesus Corona has been suspended for three games by CONCACAF.

As a result of CONCACAF's punishment, Corona will also miss the first game of the Club World Cup should Cruz Azul win the Champions League final against Toluca.

Corona, who is also the first-choice keeper...