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Table - Mexican Liga MX
15 Morelia 6
16 Queretaro 5
17 UNAM 5

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Liga MX

Ronaldinho: I won't change

Liga MX
 By Tom Marshall

Appointment of Victor Manuel Vucetich signals Queretaro's intent

Victor Manuel Vucetich is the new manager at Queretaro; will he get the best of Ronaldinho?

Ronaldinho has a new coach at Mexican side Queretaro, with Victor Manuel Vucetich appointed on Monday as outgoing Ignacio Ambriz's replacement. Ambriz was fired after garnering just one victory in the first seven matches of the Liga MX Clausura season and Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Monterrey was the final straw for the club's ownership.

"The owners and directors publicly and profoundly thank [Ambriz] for his dedication," said the club's sporting director Joaquin Beltran on Monday in a news conference....

 By Tom Marshall

Ronaldinho struggling to make an impact with Queretaro, Liga MX

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains Ronaldinho has become more a luxury player in the latter stages of his career rather than a first-team focal point, following the news that Queretaro coaches created a special training program for the Brazilian.

One commentator on Mexican TV during Queretaro's 1-1 tie with Veracruz on Friday night described Ronaldinho as "a broken washing machine." It was a little harsh, but the point he was trying to make was valid.

The Brazilian superstar may still have some nice touches here and there, but he shone on Friday exactly because of how little he ran. At times, you wondered whether he was actually trying. Now, Ronaldinho has never been the exemplar of carrying out a high press or anything of the sort --...

 By Chris Wright

Mexican paper fools Queretaro fans with hoax Ronaldinho story

Queretaro shocked the masses by signing Brazilian star Ronaldinho midway through the season.
Ronaldinho would surely have loved to have lived in a house like that.

What with Dec. 28 being the Spanish equivalent of April Fools' Day, one Mexican newspaper decided to get in on the act by running with a phoney story about Liga MX's biggest star attraction, Ronaldinho.

Ronaldinho has reportedly gone AWOL from his club, Queretaro, over the Christmas period, with rumours circulating that the famously hedonistic Brazilian forward had returned to his homeland in order to ring in the New Year in style.

With that tittle-tattle in mind, Mexican paper Record ran with a...