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1hTom Marshall

Mexican clubs open to combined MX-MLS league

Liga MX club presidents are looking north to the United States and aren't discounting a combined North American league at some point in the future.

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2dCesar Hernandez

Liga MX's CONCACAF Champions League preview

Tigres, Monterrey and Santos Laguna face managable Round of 16 opponents in the tournament, but Toluca have a stern MLS test against Sporting KC.

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3dAssociated Press

Suspect in Cabanas shooting gets 20 years in jail

The man suspected of shooting former Paraguay and Club America player Salvador Cabanas in the head in 2010 has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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7dESPN

Ex-United forward Morrison joins Ostersunds

Former Manchester United forward Ravel Morrison has ended his loan spell with Mexican side Atlas to complete a permanent move to Ostersunds FK.

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8dTom Marshall

Almeyda wants MLS, Liga MX in Libertadores

San Jose Earthquakes coach Matias Almeyda would like to see a continental club competition for the whole of the Americas, including teams from MLS.

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8dJeff Carlisle

Sources: Timbers move for Tigres striker Vargas

The Portland Timbers' pursuit of a Designated Player forward has led them to Tigres' Eduardo Vargas, league sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

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10dTom Marshall

Young Mexicans shine in Liga MX weekend

Liga MX's weekend gave hope to the national team. And the player everyone seems to be talking about is Veracruz goalkeeper Sebastian Jurado.

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14dEric Gomez

Necaxa move to top while Chivas drop after draw

Several Liga MX clubs have changed managers already. Will these changes pan out? Plus, we use FiveThirtyEight's model to see teams' playoff chances.

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15dCesar Hernandez

Tigres, Monterrey continue their dominance

Tigres and Monterrey are the class of Liga MX once more. Plus, Enrique Meza is shown the door and Oscar Pareja begins to put his stamp on Tijuana.

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17dChris Wright

Dorados goalkeeper gets Maradona tattoo

One Dorados player has taken steps to ingratiate himself with his manager and it's just a little on the creepy side.

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17dESPN

Monterrey held by 10-man Pumas

Pumas UNAM managed to overcome a red card early on to salvage a draw against league leaders Monterrey.

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