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Erick Torres signs 5-year deal with MLS, will join Houston Dynamo

Erick Torres netted a stunning volley to lead Chivas USA to a 1-0 victory over Real Salt Lake.

Mexican international Erick "El Cubo" Torres will remain in Major League Soccer, joining the Houston Dynamo as a designated player on a five-year deal, the club announced on Tuesday night.

Torres, 21, starred for Chivas USA last season while on loan from the now-defunct MLS team's Mexican parent club, Chivas Guadalajara. After that loan expired this month, MLS signed Torres to a permanent deal and offered his contract to all 20 clubs.

The Dynamo were the only team to accept the terms of the...

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...

 By Tom Marshall

El Tri Depth Chart: Miguel Herrera has plenty to be happy about in 2015

Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera says he is happy with his sides 2015 Copa America draw and expects his team to perform well at the tournament.

It's been a solid year for El Tri. Compared to 2013, you could even say it was spectacular, but that's only true because Mexico's previous 12-month period saw the team sink to new depths.

Arguably the greatest achievement this year wasn't getting out of a tricky group at the World Cup in Brazil, but coach Miguel Herrera finding a system and a core group of players that seem to have a platform to move forward and build upon for future success.

That is reflected in the last depth chart of 2014....

Two-goal Jesus Corona leads the way as Chicharito continues to struggle

Jesus Corona was in goal-scoring form this week in the Netherlands.

When discussing Mexicans abroad, there is a usual group of names that tend to appear, players such as: Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, Carlos Vela, Guillermo Ochoa among others.

Jesus "Tecatito" Corona is sporadically mentioned, but never in the same way that his European colleagues are.

However, after the fantastic run of form that he has had in the Dutch Eredivisie this season, the 21-year-old needs more recognition and should be seen in the same light as his peers.

On Wednesday, Corona scored...

Chicharito knows his role at Real Madrid

Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti believes Mexican international Chicharito is an import member of the squad.

MADRID -- Javier "Chicharito" Hernández works harder than anyone in Real Madrid's training sessions to earn a place in the starting lineup, but the effort is just not enough to bench his direct competition, Karim Benzema, the team's second-highest scorer, with 13 goals in 21 games.

"I wish I could give him more playing time, because he deserves it, because he works hard, but he knows very well that there is a lot of competition among forwards," Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said Thursday...