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 By Eric Gomez

Clasico roars to relevance in 2016 as America downs Chivas twice in Liguilla

America celebrating
Club America defeated Chivas in the Clausura and Apertura playoffs in 2016.

In our sometimes overly simplistic need to identify protagonists and antagonists in any dramatic narrative, sports rivalries often get framed the same way, even when black and white may very well be several shades of gray.

Think about how many Real Madrid fans are willing to admit that they're the bad guys in their rivalry with Barcelona. Or whether those who follow the New York Yankees enjoy having their team branded as the "evil empire" by Boston Red Sox supporters.

However, in Mexico, as the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

America coach Ricardo La Volpe has club's backing - Ricardo Pelaez

Ricardo La Volpe will remain as coach of Liga MX side America.

Ricardo La Volpe will remain at the helm of Liga MX side America through the end of his contract in June of 2017, sporting director Ricardo Pelaez confirmed on Thursday.

After suffering two semifinal eliminations in the past two seasons, America advanced to the Liga MX final after defeating Necaxa 2-0 on Sunday. They are also playing in the Club World Cup in Japan.

Pelaez said those results, plus La Volpe's good relationship with the club and the players, are reasons enough for the coach to remain...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas were far from faultless in 2016, but they are back and hungry as ever

Matias Almeyda's Chivas were eliminated from the playoffs twice by Club America in 2016, but this was a positive year.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas coach Matias Almeyda shuffled uncomfortably in his seat and shrugged in despair. He had just been asked if the season should be categorized as a failure after witnessing his side crash out of the 2016 Apertura quarterfinals against Club America.

"That word, again?" said Almeyda, clearly agitated by the question. "That is a difficult and hard word."

Only the harshest analysis would judge this past year a failure from a Chivas perspective, even though some will suggest...

Five games that shaped Club America and Tigres' paths to the Liga MX final

Oribe Peralta (24) celebrates after scoring the winning goal for Club America.
Club America defeated Chivas and Necaxa to book its ticket to the Liga MX final against Tigres.

Club America and Tigres have had their share of highs and lows on their respective paths to the Liga MX Apertura final. Keeping their recent runs in the regular season in mind, let's take a look at five matches that have helped shape their trips to the championship.

Club America

America 3-1 Toluca, July 23

Las Aguilas hit the ground running with five goals in two victories to start the Apertura. America had a difficult time gaining a 2-0 win against Chiapas in the season opener, but the squad followed...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX clubs agree to form women's league to help national team

Mexico's women's team failed to qualify for the Olympics last summer.

The 18 Liga MX clubs have agreed to start an under-23 women's league in order to strengthen the game in Mexico and help El Tri's national teams, Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla says.

Each squad will have 21 players, with the age limit set at the under-23 level. Four players from the under-17 category must be included, and two players over the age limit will also be allowed in each squad.

Foreign players will not be permitted, although Mexico-U.S. dual nationals will be welcomed.

"The women's league...