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Liga MX: Young Mexico stars shine; Chivas and Necaxa play game of the season

As MLS and Liga MX mull a new tournament like the SuperLiga of the mid-2000s, Taylor Twellman says the time is right for a new competition.

Gerardo "Tata" Martino takes charge of his first training session as Mexico manager on Monday, coaching a domestic squad with an average age of 24.9 years and including 14 players of 25 years or under.

The thinking behind Martino's squad is clear: get to work with players that will be in contention for a spot at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as quickly as possible.

It's important because Mexico's player pool isn't as deep as the elite nations, partly because of the high number of foreigners in Liga...

Gerardo Martino places focus on showcasing Liga MX in first call-up

The Gerardo "Tata" Martino era with the Mexican national team is beginning to take shape, with a 24-player squad list released Friday for camp in Mexico City from Sunday to Wednesday.

Here are five takes on the first real bit of insight on what Martino is thinking early on in his spell in charge of El Tri:

The fact there is a squad is important

The midweek "mini cycles" the Argentine said he would like to introduce have become a reality just over a month after he entered the job, hinting that...

Mexicans abroad: Raul Jimenez's three-goal week for Wolves earns him Europeo of the Week

Raul Jimenez has nine Premier League goals for Wolves and with four more would equal Javier Hernandez's single-season record for a Mexican.
Raul Jimenez has nine Premier League goals for Wolves and with four more would equal Javier Hernandez's single-season record for a Mexican.

More than ever before, some of the top names in Mexican soccer are playing for clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions -- and a "dishonorable mention" prize -- here are the noteworthy performances...

Raul Jimenez has eclipsed Javier Hernandez as Mexico's top striker

Raúl Jiménez scored two goals in Wolverhampton Wanderers demolition of a West Ham side that failed to register a shot on target.

Finding himself chasing a 1-0 deficit away from home against Wolves, West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini called upon a familiar backup plan in the 77th minute of Tuesday night's match: Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez.

Once widely recognized as a "super-sub" in his heroic Manchester United past, the Mexican is no stranger to stepping up as a late game-changer. The 30-year-old's knack for finishing is surpassed only by that of his incredible positioning, making him a lethal and efficient option in the...

Mexicans abroad: Hirving Lozano wins Europeo of the Week following two-goal heroics for PSV

Hirving Lozano won't be at PSV for much longer than this season if he continues to play so well in all competitions.

More than ever before, some of the top names in Mexican soccer are playing for clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions --- and a "dishonorable mention" prize --- here are the noteworthy performances...

Mexicans abroad: Hector Herrera wins Europeo of the Week after red-hot form at Porto

Herrera, right, was exceptional in both games this week as Porto advanced in the Portuguese Cup and remained top of the league.

More than ever before, some of the top names in Mexican soccer are playing for clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions --- and a "dishonorable mention" prize --- here are the noteworthy performances...