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 By Tom Marshall

Ferretti wants improved Liga MX security after Veracruz violence

The FC crew reacts to the violence at the Tigres v Veracruz match, and the issue it raises for security around the league.

Tigres coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti has called for increased security at Liga MX games in the wake of the violence on the final whistle of his team's 3-0 victory over Veracruz in Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente last Friday.

The violence erupted after Tigres netted three second-half goals, with video footage showing one fan wielding an ice pick. Mexico international Jesus Duenas had his hand sliced open in the mayhem.

"A lot of times we cover up the well after a child has drowned," said Ferretti...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX champions Tigres confirm interest in Chile's Eduardo Vargas

ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down the most surprising results through Week 3 of the Liga MX Clausura.
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Tigres have expressed interest in Hoffenheim's Eduardo Vargas.

Reigning Liga MX champions Tigres have confirmed their interest in signing Chile international Eduardo Vargas from Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim.

There had been reports from Germany and Mexico on Wednesday that 27-year-old Vargas was nearing a move to Tigres, having previously been linked to Galatasary in Turkey, the Chinese Super League, as well as Flamengo and Palmeiras in Brazil.

"Vargas is one of the alternatives for Tigres," sporting director Miguel Angel Garza told the media outside Estadio...

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Tigres' Andre-Pierre Gignac doubtful for 2016 Apertura final second leg

Andre-Pierre Gignac opened the scoring in the first leg of the Liga MX final.

Tigres have announced that striker Andre-Pierre Gignac is a doubt for the second leg of the 2016 Apertura final against Club America on Sunday.

Gignac, 31, scored in the 45th minute of Tigres' 1-1 draw at America but had to be stretchered off with 14 minutes remaining after colliding with Bruno Valdez.

"For me it was a normal collision," Valdez said. "It wasn't intentionally done."

Tigres announced on their Twitter account that the France international suffered a "grade-2 cervical sprain," leaving...