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2018/2019 Season

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W2W4: Struggling Monterrey visit Santos

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W2W4: Puebla's big test vs. Monterrey

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W2W4: Gonzalez in fight for Monterrey spot

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Almeyda vs. Mohamed, Pachuca visits Tigres

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Mexico's Jonathan Gonzalez: I felt like I turned my back on the United States

Herculez Gomez cites a lack of accountability from the U.S. about missing the World Cup after comments from Alejandro Bedoya and Jurgen Klinsmann.
A family with a view of Liverpool's training ground helped put Juan Carlos Osorio on the path to becoming a manager.
Herc Gomez and Sebi Salazar discuss the on-field impact of the recent Mexico controversy and why the timing has them between a rock and a hard place.
Sebi Salazar and Herc Gomez talk about Mexico's most recent controversy, the roster and much more before the duo head off to Russia.

Former United States youth international Jonathan Gonzalez says his switch to Mexico felt like he was turning his back on the U.S., but insists that playing for El Tri now "feels like home."

"It's not easy knowing that I always saw myself as playing in the U.S.," Gonzalez told JUGOtv. "But now that I'm in Mexico, I feel like I'm pretty much home."

Gonzalez, 19, controversially made a one-time switch to play for Mexico's national team in January, despite coming up through U.S. Soccer's...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Rodolfo Pizarro joins Monterrey from Chivas

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez discuss what Rafael Marquez would offer Mexico if he makes Juan Carlos Osorio's 23-man squad.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez reflect on Rafael Marquez's contributions to El Tri and how he might fit into Juan Carlos Osorio's World Cup plan.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas forward Rodolfo Pizarro has signed for fellow Liga MX side Monterrey, confirmed Chivas sporting director Francisco Gabriel de Anda on Sunday.

Pizarro, who scored 15 times in 56 appearances for Chivas, missed out on the World Cup with El Tri, but was a key figure in Chivas winning the 2017 Clausura Liga MX title and the CONCACAF Champions League last April and is considered one of the best Mexican players in Liga MX.

"[I want to] inform you that the sale of...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico international winger Jesus Gallardo swaps Pumas for Monterrey

Progressing from the last six World Cup group stages, Mexico have no issues starting the tournament well, but can they progress in the knockout stages in Russia?

Mexico international Jesus Gallardo has sealed a move from Pumas to Monterrey, the clubs confirmed on Tuesday.

The 23-year-old winger -- who usually plays more as a left-back for the national team -- has 21 caps for El Tri and is expected to be in Mexico's 23-player squad for the World Cup.

Gallardo had come through Pumas' youth system and there had been rumors that the left-footed player could leave Mexico for Europe.

"Rayados, Chivas and others have been rumored, but we are waiting for an offer...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico never promised Jonathan Gonzalez spot in World Cup squad - Te Kloese

Progressing from the last six World Cup group stages, Mexico have no issues starting the tournament well, but can they progress in the knockout stages in Russia?
After Mexico's preliminary World Cup roster was announced, Herc Gomez talks about which players he wouldn't take to Russia.

LOS ANGELES -- Jonathan Gonzalez was never promised a spot in Mexico's World Cup squad, but he remains a top prospect for the national team moving forward, says the Mexican federation's director of national teams.

The 19-year-old California native had been part of the United States' youth national team set-up, but the midfielder switched to Mexico in January in a move that was seen by some as a bid to earn a World Cup place with the United States not qualifying for Russia.

But Mexican Football...

 By Tom Marshall

Antonio Mohamed joins Diego Alonso, Luis Fernando Tena on Liga MX casualty list

Antonio Mohamed was released as coach of Liga MX club Monterrey on Monday, as the managerial merry-go-round and transfer market started to click into gear in Mexico.

Mohamed's side crashed out of the 2018 Clausura quarterfinals against Club Tijuana on Saturday and the club decided that it wanted a change direction. Mohamed had been in charge for just over three years and took the team to a runners-up finish in the 2017 Apertura.

"We couldn't bring you the championship, but my heart will remain...