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A horror weekend for Mexican soccer

Violence, mismanaged protests and a suspended game capped off a weekend that FMF and Liga MX will want to forget but will need to learn from.

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MX game halted as fan violence spills onto pitch

A running battle in the stands between Atletico San Luis and Queretaro fans caused the Liga MX game between the two clubs on Sunday to be suspended.

Gomez: Veracruz's protest embarrassing for Mexican football (1:28)
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Liga MX: Unpaid Veracruz players set to strike

Players from Liga MX's last-placed side Veracruz are vowing to boycott Friday's game against Tigres due to unpaid wages stretching back months.

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Almeyda sticks with Quakes over Liga MX offer

Matias Almeyda confirmed he'll remain the San Jose Earthquakes manager, admitting that he's turned down offers from clubs like Liga MX's Monterrey.

Gomez: FMF must hit clubs in the wallet to stop slurs (1:34)
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Who will replace Diego Alonso at Monterrey? (1:34)
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Is it time to start worrying about Club America? (1:28)
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Mexican soccer cracking down on GK chant

Mexico's football federation and Liga MX are set to crack down on the controversial goalkeeper chant that FIFA has ruled anti-gay.

Why MLS and Liga MX will not be merging anytime soon (0:56)
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Costa Rica coach resigns, citing boredom

Gustavo Matosas has stepped down as manager of Costa Rica after less than a year in the job, blaming the frequent down time between games.

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Portuguese coach Caixinha leaves Cruz Azul

Cruz Azul head coach Pedro Caixinha has left the club, bringing his 18-month spell in the Liga MX to an end.