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Beer company offers wages to MX women's side

A beer company has stepped in to pay Monterrey women's team's bonuses for winning the league title, after the club only offered them a tablet.

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Macias back at Liga MX's Chivas amid revamp

Liga MX club Chivas de Guadalajara continue to strengthen ahead of the 2020 Clausura season, with Mexico striker Jose Juan Macias returning.

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Sporting KC signs Mexico forward Pulido as DP

Sporting Kansas City has signed Mexico international forward Alan Pulido to a four-year, Designated Player contract the team announced on Tuesday.

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CCL draw: LAFC face Leon, Atlanta vs. Motagua

MLS record-breakers LAFC will face a stern CONCACAF Champions League debut, after being drawn against Liga MX's Club Leon in the round of 16.

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Liga MX's America investigates U17s over video

Club America is investigating members of its Under-17s team after a video filtered out of players making fun of a dance against gender violence.

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10dTom Marshall

More for MLS? Liga MX to lower foreigner quota

Liga MX club owners have bowed to pressure to lower the number of foreigners in Mexico's first division amid pressure from the country's federation.

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Morelia, Necaxa advance to Liga MX semis

A 98th minute Leon equalizer was controversially disallowed to send Morelia through to the Liga MX 2019 Apertura semifinals on Saturday.

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Liga MX top scorer Pulido hints at MLS move

Liga MX 2019 Apertura top scorer Alan Pulido feels his time at Chivas is up and has admitted his next destination is likely MLS.

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15dTom Marshall

Gignac helps Tigres surprise Club America

Andre-Pierre Gignac's penalty completed an unlikely 2-1 comeback victory for Tigres against Club America in Thursday's quarterfinal first leg.

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16dTom Marshall

Refs halt Liga MX match amid anti-gay chants

Morelia's 3-3 tie with Leon was stopped temporarily in the second half after anti-gay chants were repeatedly aimed at Leon keeper Rodolfo Cota.

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