Category: Mexico

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Liga MX Dominance Over MLS Continues As Tigres Top LAFC | Concacaf Champions League Final

Liga MX Dominance Over MLS Continues As Tigres Top LAFC | Concacaf Champions League Final

By Brady Reid. Playing in their fourth final in five years, Tigres captured their first Concacaf Champions League title with a dramatic 2-1 win ove [...]
4 MLS Sides Still Vying For Concacaf Champions League Crown

4 MLS Sides Still Vying For Concacaf Champions League Crown

By Brady Reid. While the Major League Soccer season has come and gone, four of the league's clubs still have plenty to play for ahead of the Concac [...]
Guido Rodriguez On The Rise: Argentine Assumes Pivotal Role For Real Betis

Guido Rodriguez On The Rise: Argentine Assumes Pivotal Role For Real Betis

By Alan Feehely. The actor Matthew McConaughey was once asked if he felt constrained by his new station in life. After years as a highly eligibl [...]
Sebastián Vegas: What Monterrey Can Expect From Their New Central Defender

Sebastián Vegas: What Monterrey Can Expect From Their New Central Defender

By Eduardo Razo. After winning the 2019 Apertura, CF Monterrey finished in last place before the coronavirus pandemic wiped out the 2020 Clausura s [...]
César Montes: A Scout Report On Mexico’s Next European Export

César Montes: A Scout Report On Mexico’s Next European Export

By Eduardo Razo. One of the next exports from Mexico could come from the defence in the form of Monterrey centre-back, César Montes. The 23-year-ol [...]
Rogelio Funes Mori: Half A Decade As Monterrey’s Go-To Striker

Rogelio Funes Mori: Half A Decade As Monterrey’s Go-To Striker

By Eduardo Razo. Five years ago, CF Monterrey made a transfer that would bring one of the better players in the club's history.  Unable to find [...]
The Rise And Fall Of Avilés Hurtado At Monterrey

The Rise And Fall Of Avilés Hurtado At Monterrey

By Eduardo Razo. For C.F. Monterrey supporters, the name Avilés Hurtado is associated with the words disappointment and failure due to one unfortun [...]
From River Plate To Monterrey Via The 2015 Copa Libertadores Final

From River Plate To Monterrey Via The 2015 Copa Libertadores Final

By Eduardo Razo. The River Plate squad that won the 2015 Copa Libertadores has left their fingerprints all over the city of Monterrey. It first beg [...]
Richard Sánchez On Moving From Olimpia To Mexico And Representing Paraguay

Richard Sánchez On Moving From Olimpia To Mexico And Representing Paraguay

By Louis Smith. In April 2017, the youth coaching staff at Asunción-based side Club Olimpia were filled with pride when one of their players, Richa [...]
Stefan Medina: From Divisive Figure In Colombia To Beloved At Monterrey

Stefan Medina: From Divisive Figure In Colombia To Beloved At Monterrey

By Eduardo Razo. Stefan Medina is a name that immediately divides Colombian football fans. Most of the defence of him comes from Atlético Nacional [...]
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