Liga MX

Late Expectations


Aquino ... Not Here


Liga MX Draft: Winners and Losers

Breaking down the results of the Liga MX draft. Article posted at FMF State of Mind

Time to Liberate from Libertadores

Why Mexican clubs should get out of the Copa Libertadores. Article posted at Pancho Villa's Army

Tijuana: Apertura 2012 Champions

This past Sunday, I took the trip to Toluca for the second leg of the Liga MX final. Tijuana traveled to Toluca with a small pocket of fans and destroyed the hopes of the home team reaching their eleventh title. The home faithful went from a chanting and boisterous confidence to a mournful (and occasional tearful) bunch looking to flee the scene of a crime. Below are the pictures that tell the tale as best as I could with my camera and my obstructed views. 

Toluca Troubles

The first leg of the Liga MX final played out last night in Tijuana. For many, the end result was very much the expected. Tijuana came out with a 2-1 victory on their home field and will take their one goal advantage to the second leg in Toluca on Sunday. The end result might have been expected, but how it came to pass was a little out of left field.

Autopsy Azul: Apertura 2012 Edition


Liga MX Semifinal Previews and Predictions

My thoughts on the upcoming semifinal match-ups over at FutNSoccer

Looking for the First Liga MX Champion: A Biased and Highly Unscientific View of the Quarterfinals


Chivas of Guadalajara and Club America: Rivals

Chivas and Club America are the two most followed clubs in Mexico. They are also the two most despised clubs in Mexico. Both clubs sport a huge national following that can raise the ire of multiple fanbases. While other teams might play at a higher level or with a more aesthetically pleasing approach, these two squads garner the most attention.


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