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1dTom Marshall and Eric Gomez, Mexico writers

Liga MX predictions: Who will win the title?

The new Liga MX season is upon us and we asked our Mexico writers to predict how the season would shake out.

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2dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Five youngsters to watch in Liga MX

Liga MX's new minimum minute rule for young players means more youngsters are set for bigger roles. Here's five poised to break out this season.

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2dTom Marshall and Eric Gomez, Mexico writers

W2W4: Xolos to beat Chivas? Pachuca face Monterrey

Liga MX is back and kicking off its first weekend of the Apertura is a battle between Club Tijuana and Chivas.

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3dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Chivas' issues raise long-term questions

Little more than a year ago, Chivas were on top of Mexican soccer. That's a distant memory heading into the 2018 Apertura, and it could get worse.

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3dESPN Mexico

Liga MX's notable exits led by Djaniny

Liga MX has seen some big offseason signings but will rue the exit of goal-scoring stars like Djaniny Tavares, Raul Ruidiaz and Gustavo Bou.

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4dEric Gomez, Liga MX correspondent

Wunderkind manager Leano set for Necaxa challenge

Necaxa's new manager, Marcelo Michel Leano, is just 31, but this is no publicity stunt. In fact, a Liga MX opportunity has been a long time coming.

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4dCesar Hernandez, Liga MX correspondent

Liga MX season in a sentence: Santos to repeat?

Can Santos Laguna repeat as champions in the 2018 Apertura? Cesar Hernandez sums up the expectations and offseason moves of all 18 Liga MX teams.

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5dEric Gomez, Liga MX correspondent

Apertura: Martinez tops list of 10 new players to watch

Liga MX has increasingly looked outside of Mexico for transfer targets -- this summer has been no exception, as the incoming class of players shows.

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7dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Gonzalez named Liga MX rookie of the year

Former U.S. youth international Jonathan Gonzalez was named rookie of the year at Liga MX's "Balon de Oro" awards ceremony on Saturday.

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Colorado Rapids acquire Barnes from Leon

The Colorado Rapids have acquired Jamaica international forward Giles Barnes from Liga MX side Leon, the club announced on Friday.

11dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Marquez takes director role with Liga MX's Atlas

Recently retired Mexico international Rafa Marquez will become a director at Liga MX club Atlas, club president Gustavo Guzman has confirmed.

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43dCesar Hernandez

Analyzing the big moves of Liga MX draft

The Liga MX draft passed by pretty quietly given Mexico's World Cup preparations, but there were some big moves nonetheless.