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Ronaldinho facing sack at Queretaro after failure to report for preseason

Ronaldinho has yet to report for preseason at Queretaro.

Mexican club Queretaro have warned Ronaldinho he could be sacked if he fails to report for duty in the coming days.

Ronaldinho, 34, signed for Queretaro in September but has failed to report for preseason training, which began on Dec. 8, after being allowed to spend time in Brazil and the United States to resolve some personal matters.

The former Barcelona star has been told he must report on Dec. 26 to hold talks and assess his fitness and commitment, and AFP has quoted club president Arturo...

By ESPN Staff

Albert Benaiges recalls La Masia, his brief stint with Chivas and young talent

Players like Xavi, left, and Andres Iniesta, center, were brought along at La Masia, Barcelona's youth academy that Albert Benaiges called home for more than 20 years.

Albert Benaiges' appointment at Chivas last July last caused a stir. The Mexico-born Catalan was one of the pillars of Barcelona's success, installing a philosophy at youth level that lifted the Catalan club to new footballing heights and turned out world-class players the likes of Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernandez and Andres Iniesta, 

Benaiges lasted over 20 years in Barcelona and had an important role developing players, first as a coach and then as coordinator of La Masia, the club's world-renowned...

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Malaga striker Roque Santa Cruz set for Cruz Azul switch

Roque Santa Cruz has confirmed he is close to leaving Malaga.

Malaga striker Roque Santa Cruz is set to complete a move to Mexican side Cruz Azul.

The Paraguay international arrived in Mexico early on Tuesday morning and is expected to sign a two-year contract with the club.

The 33-year-old joined Malaga, initially on loan, from Manchester City in 2012 but is now set to leave Europe 15 years after his arrival at Bayern Munich.

The EFE news agency quoted Santa Cruz as telling Mexican media that the "negotiation is well advanced" and that his presence suggests...

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Diskerud to join Club Tijuana?

Holden discusses why its surprising that Diskerud would leave Europe for the Liga MX.

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 By Tom Marshall

'Cubo' Torres deal to MLS, with loan to Chivas, satisfies all parties

Of the 29 goals that Chivas USA scored in 2014, 14 came from Erick Torres.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- It is largely forgotten in the narrative of Erick "Cubo" Torres' rise that, before he left Chivas for MLS in mid-2013, the striker was the subject of boos from home fans inside Estadio Omnilife.

After bursting onto the scene in 2011, Torres became the embodiment of fans' discontent as a young side that had promised so much began to wilt under the expectation of success at one of Mexico's "big two" clubs. Torres scored just once in his last 20 appearances and was relegated...