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Same issues plaguing Club America

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Same issues plaguing Club America after opening defeat

Darwin Quintero's goal provided one of the few bright spots for Club America in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Puebla.
Darwin Quintero's goal provided one of the few bright spots for Club America in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Puebla.

A bright start for Club America quickly faded away into a debacle at the start of their 2015 Liga MX Apertura as they lost, 4-2, to a lively Puebla club that used smart passing to overcome their more celebrated rivals.

Despite the club missing a host of players due to international duty and injuries, Andres "Rifle" Andrade got things going Club America's way in the fourth minute, taking down a pass well in the box and cutting the ball back to shake his defender before shooting past Puebla goalkeeper...

Andre-Pierre Gignac leads list of 10 new arrivals in 2015 Apertura

Andre-Pierre Gignac has arrived in Mexico to a great ovation.

There are plenty of new faces in the 2015 Apertura season. Although the acquisition of Andre-Pierre Gignac by Tigres has garnered the most attention, there are numerous other new Liga MX players to keep an eye on this year.

In no specific order, here are the top 10 additions:

1. Andre-Pierre Gignac -- Tigres

Gignac, Ligue 1's second-top goal-scorer in 2014-15, arrived in Monterrey amid high expectations. The 29-year-old French striker immediately started to justify them, scoring in Tigres' recent...

Chivas struggle to defeat against Veracruz as Antonio Rodriguez stars

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Omar Bravo was not able to make an impact in the game between Chivas and Veracruz.

It is likely too early for Chivas fans to begin to worry, but Friday night's 2-0 loss to Veracruz at the Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente won't help ease tensions about the Apertura season.

Even before the match had started, the squad ran into problems in a visitor's locker room that reached a temperature of 34 degrees Celsius (93.2 degrees Fahrenheit). Yet, despite having to cool down on the team bus before the game, Los Rojiblancos started the game with a promising amount of early shots and plenty...

Five things to watch for in Liga MX 2015 Apertura season opener

Jurgen Damm is one of a handful of big-name signings that could push Tigres to Apertura glory.

With all of the attention currently being given to the Gold Cup, it's easy to forget that the 2015 Liga MX Apertura is set to start on Friday evening. A newly promoted squad and a handful of noteworthy arrivals from abroad should make the tournament a fascinating one to follow. Although a team like Tigres could make their case as one of the early favorites to dominate the league, the title chase is entirely up in the air.

Here are five things to watch in Liga MX's opening weekend for the 2015...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas' youth movement will get a chance but forwards must fire

Chepo de la Torre has several challenges ahead of the Apertura.

The main reason to get excited about Chivas this season is that the outgoing players leave room for youngsters to get more opportunities in the first team.

Chivas' Under-20s and Under-17s have won multiple championships over the last few years and this could be their chance to step up. There is clearly talent in their ranks and the likes of Angel Zaldivar, David "Avion" Ramirez, Sergio Flores, Miguel Basulto and Daniel Rios will be hoping to get some decent first team minutes under their belts this...

Tigres could make history for Liga MX as they reach Copa Libertadores final

Tigres UANL rebounded from a first leg defeat at Internacional to reach the Copa Libertadores final.

After beating Internacional 3-1 and winning the aggregate of the two-legged semifinal 4-3, Tigres UANL have now become the third-ever Mexican team to contest the Copa Libertadores final. No team from Mexico has ever won it, though Cruz Azul went to penalty kicks against Boca Juniors in 2001. Guadalajara reached the final stage as well in 2010, falling to Internacional with a 5-3 total of goals.

For Tigres to reach this historic stage of the Copa Libertadores, one in which the club can fairly...