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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ricardo La Volpe interested in coaching Mexico again

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti debates whether or not Marcelo Bielsa will become the manager of Mexico following his resignation as manager of Marseille.
Marseille coach Marcelo Bielsa has rubbished reports that he is about to take the Mexico job.
ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe reports that Marcelo Bielsa is the front-runner to take over Mexico following the dismissal of Miguel Herrera.

Ricardo Antonio La Volpe said he has had no contact with the Mexico Football Federation regarding a candidacy for the country's open coaching job, despite having put himself up for consideration.

 La Volpe on Tuesday told ESPN that he regrets his past errors and would be willing to coach El Tri again. 

"No one has spoken to me, however, who wouldn't like to coach the national team," said the Argentinian, who coached Mexico leading up to and at the 2006 World Cup and also coached Costa Rica...

 By Tom Marshall

Kannemann's brilliance, referee scrutiny headline Liga MX week five

1. Cruz Azul's defense holds strong

A center-back pairing of Francisco "Maza" Rodriguez and Julio Cesar "Cata" Dominguez, combined with Gerardo Torrado's screening in a holding role just in front of the pair, plus Jesus Corona's exploits in goal, screams solidity and experience for Cruz Azul.

So far this Clausura, those features have been on display in bucket-loads, with La Maquina yet to concede a goal in 450 minutes of play. The water-tight defense has helped Cruz Azul move to first place...

Pabon the key for Monterrey while Lobos is vital for Toluca

Dorlan Pabon set up Lucas Silva's winner when Monterrey beat Atlas 2-1 in September.

After 17 weeks of league play, the 2014 Apertura playoffs are set to begin. Thursday sees Monterrey meet Atlas and Chiapas take on Toluca -- here are five things to watch for:

1. Dorlan Pabon

Of Monterrey's 23 goals scored during the regular season, 11 came from Pabon. Along with his goals, the striker also collected five assists as well, meaning that only seven of his side's goals came about without his help. Thus, a good performance from the Colombian striker will be vital in their match against...