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Archives: Mexican League

Chivas de Guadalajara Away Shirt For 2014 Season: Leaked [PHOTO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

A photo of Club Deportivo Guadalajara’s away shirt for 2014 has been leaked on the Internet. In the 2014 season, Chivas will be wearing a shirt that features two different tones of grey colors. The shirt, designed by adidas, is … Continue reading

Tigres Home Shirt For 2014: Official [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Liga MX team Tigres this week unveiled their official home shirt for the 2014 season. The Mexican team will be wearing its familiar yellow colors. The shirt, designed by adidas, features a blue trim that’s used down the sleeves and … Continue reading

Club America Third Shirt for 2014 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Photos of Club America’s third shirt for 2014 have been leaked on the Internet. The Liga MX side will be wearing a two-tone blue shirt for the 2014 season as their third shirt featuring a design from Nike where half … Continue reading

Murciélagos, the Soccer Club That Gives Supporters the Power to Make Coaching Decisions Via the Web

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Murciélagos FC

During a recent trip to Mexico, I heard a story about Murciélagos FC, a team in the third tier of Mexico that gives its supporters the power to manage their team. While the experiment in England with Ebbsfleet United eventually … Continue reading

mun2 to Begin English Language FMF Coverage

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

NBC Universal owned channel mun2 which came into the consciousness of many American soccer fans this summer when they showed the English language broadcast of US-Mexico from Azteca will expand its sports coverage beginning next month. The cable channel enjoyed … Continue reading

FMF Final Entertains American Footy Fans

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Last night’s first leg of the FMF Apertura Final was an incredibly entertaining affair. Monterrey behind Humberto Suazo, one of the top strikers in COMNEBOL came from behind to beat Cruz Azul 4-3. The second leg is Sunday, in Mexico … Continue reading

Weekend Review

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

This weekend every single MLS, USL or WPS match had meaning. Americans were also playing in meaningful matches abroad whether in the Mexican or English Football League playoffs, fighting relegation in Germany, chasing a title in Scotland and Belgium or … Continue reading

What MLS Can Learn from Indios Story

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Many critics of the American game, most with European orientations demonstrate nothing but disdain for the playoff system in football. For these critics the story of Indios needs to be told. Six short weeks ago the Mexican Club which is … Continue reading

The Mexican Clausura Playoffs: American Impact

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The Mexican Clausura playoffs began this week and as is always the case, will be the most watched club football event on US TV for the first six months of the year. But this year’s playoffs are completely different from … Continue reading

FMF vs COMNEBOL: MLS and CONCACAF to the Rescue?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Atlante’s victory in the CONCACAF Champions League and the start of the playoffs should have been the biggest stories of the last week in Mexican Football. But sadly they were not because of the discrimination Mexican clubs faced in the … Continue reading

Fear the Turtle and other thoughts

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Maryland won its third NCAA title yesterday with a 1-0 victory over North Carolina in Frisco, TX. The Terps came into the tournament as the number two seed behind fellow ACC school, Wake Forest finished the season with 15 straight … Continue reading

MLS’ Failure South of the Border Continues

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Despite a decent first half effort, DC United demonstrated Tuesday night that once again MLS is miles behind the Mexican League in terms of skill and quality. Pachuca, a side whose best days are firmly behind it and whom at … Continue reading

MLS Offseason Full of Excitement: Some Thoughts

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

What a crazy week it has been already within MLS. Juan Carlos Osorio ends up with the Red Bulls and Chicago is left without a coach. The franchise in its ten years of existence has had three head coaches and … Continue reading

The Mexican League Final and Some Thoughts About Mexican Football

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The Mexican League is the most popular league in the United States. More popular than our domestic league, MLS (with which it is often compared), more popular than the Premier League and more popular than La Liga. This may be … Continue reading

Atlante: A Hollywood Story?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

This summer when I visited the Yucatan Peninsula, I got a mild shock to my system. I was told Atlante, a traditional Mexican power who has fallen on hard times lately was coming to the region. I politely asked if … Continue reading