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 By Eric Gomez

Why are there so few Mexican strikers thriving in Liga MX?

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.
The FC crew reacts to the violence at the Tigres v Veracruz match, and the issue it raises for security around the league.

The Mexican goalscorer, in his natural habitat, is in danger of dying out. While the country's soccer program has been increasingly adept at exporting its best attacking players to top European leagues and beyond, there are few footballers ready to take up the mantle in Liga MX.

In 2016, just three Mexican players scored more than 10 times in the domestic league, not including postseason matches. Club America's Oribe Peralta and Pachuca's Hirving Lozano -- the latter not even an outright forward...

 By Tom Marshall

America manager La Volpe feels the heat; Monterrey rounding into form

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.

We're creeping up to the halfway point of the 2017 Clausura regular season and there is one game dominating round eight of the Liga MX regular season: Club America versus Cruz Azul in the Clasico Joven. Here's what to watch for.

La Volpe, Jemez jobs on the line?

The pressure ahead of the showdown between Club America and Cruz Azul in Estadio Azteca has boiled over. First, Las Aguilas coach Ricardo La Volpe accused Spanish Cruz Azul manager Paco Jemez of being "all smoke and mirrors" in an interview....

 By Nayib Moran

Everything you need to know about America vs. Cruz Azul in Clasico Joven

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.

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The Clasico Joven ... is an important part of Mexico City's rich history. Club America and Cruz Azul helped transform Liga MX into the exciting league it is today, which now includes great teams across Mexico. When they meet, the country's capital holds its breath, and although Cruz Azul hasn't won a league title since 1997, the memories of past glories reawaken in every new edition of the rivalry. The 1970s and '80s saw these two teams dominate every corner of Mexican...

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Liga MX Talking Points: Jemez, La Volpe, which coach will get fired next?

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.

The role of the Liga MX coach is a precarious one. With three managers already fired in the first two months of the 2017 Clausura, we asked our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez who's next in line. 

Who will get fired next?

Anyone but Jemez: He's instilling identity in La Maquina

If you read the Mexican press right now, it very much seems to be a toss-up between Cruz Azul's Paco Jemez and America's Ricardo La Volpe. And the showdown to decide will be Saturday night at Estadio Azteca.

But...

 By Tom Marshall

Palencia heads next wave of Mexico's best and brightest young managers

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.
The FC crew reacts to the violence at the Tigres v Veracruz match, and the issue it raises for security around the league.

Mexico hasn't traditionally been a hotbed for coaching talent. The only coach to really enjoy success and establish himself outside of the country is current Al-Wahda FC boss Javier Aguirre. Even at home, it is difficult for domestic managers to succeed; only eight of 18 Liga MX coaches are from Mexico.

With the short-term mentality of many ownership groups in Liga MX -- just six of the current crop of coaches have been in their positions for more than year -- and the way established bosses are...