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Aug 19, 2014

Pumas' future is in their past

Guillermo Vazquez led Pumas to their last Mexican league title in 2011.
Guillermo Vazquez led Pumas to their last Mexican league title in 2011.

LOS ANGELES - The prodigal son in search of prodigies. Memo Vázquez is returning to the Pumas. Reconciliation is the slogan, after a previous, bitter break-up.

Let's remind ourselves: Vázquez abandoned Pumas because they were not renewing his contract and were stingy in the investments in the search for reinforcements.

Club vice-president Alberto García Aspe had his wallet full and his common sense empty. He spent, he squandered -- because he had never invested -- a fortune in compensating...

 Posted by David Faitelson
Aug 19, 2014

Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul against the wall

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

LOS ANGELES -- To the deep footballing crisis of Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul, you have to add another inevitable factor: that its fierce sporting rival, América, has started the tournament perfectly.

Some say that it is the lack of goals. Others say that it is a matter of character and dedication and there are those that admit point-blank that it is a matter of quality. Everybody has a point of view, but in the end nobody has the precision to say how Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul can leave behind...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jul 19, 2014

Highlights: Queretaro 1-3 UNAM

Goals by Ismael Sosa, Daniel Luduena and an own-goal from Ricardo Osorio, were the highlights of the Mexican season opener that ended 3-1 for Pumas UNAM at Queretaro.

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