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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico excludes Alan Pulido due to Tigres legal dispute

ESPN FC's Jose Antonio Rodriguez and Leon Lecanda review Club America's 2-1 victory over Tigres, winning the CONCACAF Champions League for a second consecutive year.

Mexico head coach Juan Carlos Osorio confirmed on Wednesday that striker Alan Pulido wasn't included in El Tri's 40-man preliminary Copa America squad because of his ongoing legal dispute with Liga MX club Tigres.

Pulido has found form and minutes with club side Olympiakos late in the season, scoring five goals in eight games in 2016 and sparking calls for the 2014 World Cup veteran to once again be considered for the national team.

"We think he has the characteristics to compete for a spot upfront,...

 By Mark Rodden

Liga MX more powerful than Ligue 1 and MLS - Tigres' Andre-Pierre Gignac

ESPN FC's Jose Antonio Rodriguez and Leon Lecanda review Club America's 2-1 victory over Tigres, winning the CONCACAF Champions League for a second consecutive year.
Tigres defeat Pumas 4-2 on penalties, after a back and forth affair, to win 2015 Liga MX Apertura finals.
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Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac said Liga MX has no reason to be envious of Ligue 1.

Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac has praised the scale and quality of Mexican football, saying it could be more powerful than France and is the reference point on the American continent.

Gignac, 30, left Marseille for Tigres last summer and helped his new club reach the Copa Libertadores final and win the Liga MX Apertura title.

His form earned him a recall to the France squad and Tigres have continued to enjoy success in 2016, making the CONCACAF Champions League final only to lose to fellow...

 By Tom Marshall

Sources: Mexican clubs wary of breaking FIFA rule in signing U.S. teens

Necaxa defeated Cruz Azul in a tightly contested 3-2 win at the Estadio Azul.
United States defender Ventura Alvarado joined Club America's youth team in Mexico in a possible breach of FIFA's Article 19.

The Mexican Football Federation has encouraged Liga MX clubs to stop registering underage players from the United States because of a potential widespread breach of a FIFA rule, sources have told ESPN FC.

Each year, minors born and based in the U.S. are scouted north of the border and head south to join Liga MX clubs' academies. 

But sources said the Mexican teams could be guilty of breaking Article 19 of FIFA's Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players, which is designed to stop minors...