2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
1-0-0, 2nd in Copa MX
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10hESPN staff

Whitecaps finish signing of Mexico's Juarez

The Vancouver Whitecaps completed the signing of former Mexico international Efrain Juarez from Liga MX side Monterrey on Thursday.

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3dNayib Moran

Leon surges to No. 1, America No. 2

Leon's impressive 3-1 win over Toluca sent it soaring to the top of the Power Rankings, while America slipped down to No. 2 and Tigres to third.

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8dTom Marshall

Gonzalez's one-time switch received by FIFA

Sources have told ESPN FC that the Mexican federation is hopeful Gonzalez's switch will be successfully completed within 10 days.

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9dTom Marshall

Juarez: Whitecaps made me feel like Coutinho

Juarez said that the deal was close and that the Whitecaps made him feel as wanted as Philippe Coutinho in Barcelona.

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Why Jonathan Gonzalez chose Mexico over the U.S. (3:28)
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9dTom Marshall

How Gonzalez fits in for Mexico

Now that Jonathan Gonzalez's international future has been settled, new questions arise: What would he play for Mexico? Is a World Cup place possible?

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Jonathan Gonzalez to choose Mexico over the U.S. (0:29)
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10dESPN staff

Rapids reach deals to add Castillo and Price

The Colorado Rapids have acquired U.S. international defender Edgar Castillo on loan and completed a move for midfielder Jack Price.

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10dNayib Moran

Club America go No. 1, Tigres No. 2

Club America's week 1 win over Queretaro takes them top of Liga MX Power Rankings with Tigres slipping to second following a 2-1 defeat vs. Puebla.

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11dTom Marshall

Sources: Gonzalez chooses Mexico over U.S.

Monterrey midfielder and U.S.-Mexico dual national Jonathan Gonzalez has opted to play for Mexico over the United States for his international future.

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12dTom Marshall

Monterrey's Juarez considering MLS move

Monterrey defender Efrain Juarez is nearing a move to Major League Soccer, according to Rayados coach Antonio Mohamed.

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14dNayib Moran

Tigres top, high expectations for Cruz Azul

Apertura finalists Tigres and Monterrey come in at #1 and #2 respectively in the first Liga MX Power Rankings of the season but #3 may surprise.

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17dESPN staff

Gonzalez: No contact from U.S. for friendly

Jonathan Gonzalez says U.S. Soccer did not approach him about making his senior international debut in November's friendly against Portugal.

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18dTom Marshall

New season begins in Liga MX

Are Tigres and Monterrey the teams to beat in Clausura? Will America and Chivas bounce back? A new Liga MX season looks at what to expect in 2018.

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28dNayib Moran

Monterrey put ghosts to rest with Copa MX win

The victory was a significant one for Monterrey because before its win over Pachuca, its fanbase had already witnessed two league collapses.

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31dTom Marshall

U.S. youth Gonzalez makes Liga MX Best XI

U.S. youth international midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez has been named in the Liga MX's official Best XI for the 2017 Apertura.

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36dCesar Hernandez

Liga MX season reviews in brief

In the spirit of the whirlwind Liga MX season, we have quick and to-the-point rundowns of the 2017 campaign for all 18 teams.

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37dEric Gomez

Why you should watch Copa MX final

The Copa MX final is normally one game too many at the end of the season but Monterrey and Pachuca's failures elsewhere make it a must-see game.

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37dTom Marshall

Liga MX Apertura end-of-season awards

Nuevo Leon teams Monterrey and Tigres dominated until the end. A look at their success and everything in between during Liga MX's Apertura 2017.

RankingsCopa MX

Goal Difference83rd
Goals Scored23Tied-3rd
Assists0Tied-5th
Goals Conceded15Tied-11th