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W2W4: Xolos to beat Chivas? Pachuca face Monterrey

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Chivas' issues raise long-term questions

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Liga MX W2W4: Xolos to beat Chivas? Pachuca vs. Monterrey a playoff preview?

Diego Cocca is back for year two at Tijuana.
Diego Cocca and Tijuana will be looking to take the next step forward this season in Liga MX.

Liga MX is back and kicking off its first weekend of the Apertura. ESPN FC's Liga MX correspondents Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez preview the must-see games.

Club Tijuana vs. Chivas

How competitive are Chivas coming into the Apertura? How willing is this squad -- shorn of leaders like Rodolfo Pizarro, Oswaldo Alanis and Rodolfo Copa -- to fight for the shirt and new manager Jose Cardozo?

Saturday's game against Xolos in Estadio Caliente promises to provide some early answers.

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Chivas' issues make for daunting Apertura, raise long-term questions

Alan Pulido reacts during Chivas' CONCACAF Champions League match against the New York Red Bulls.
Alan Pulido reacts during Chivas' CONCACAF Champions League match against the New York Red Bulls.

Chivas kick off the 2018 Apertura in very different shape than fans would've hoped for and expected 14 months ago, when the Guadalajara club hoisted title No. 12 to make it a league and cup double in the 2017 Clausura.

The championship was supposed to herald a brighter future for the side, closing the book on relegation problems and providing evidence that an all-Mexican squad could compete for titles in an increasingly foreigner-dominated Liga MX.

"It means the end and the beginning," Chivas...

 By Eric Gomez

Chivas face huge risk in replacing Matias Almeyda with Jose Saturnino Cardozo

Jose Saturnino Cardozo is introduced as Chivas manager.
Jose Saturnino Cardozo was introduced as the next Chivas manager on Tuesday.

New Chivas coach Jose Saturnino Cardozo was presented on Tuesday, ending a tumultuous week for Mexico's most popular team in which their manager, sporting director and star player all exited.

"Whoever says he's not excited by coaching Chivas is telling a lie," said Cardozo, the former Paraguay international who scored more than 250 goals in Liga MX with Toluca. "I'm happy to be here, to have the possibility to coach a big club. We have a great fan base who will be expectant of what we can do."

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How Matias Almeyda rebuilt downtrodden Chivas from the inside out

Matias Almeyda has restored Chivas among Liga MX's elite.
Matias Almeyda has restored Chivas among the elite clubs in Liga MX.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Verde Valle, the large sporting complex which serves as headquarters for Chivas and its first team, hasn't been the same since Matias Almeyda arrived in Guadalajara and the same can be said about the storied Liga MX club. The Argentine manager, who moved to the city in September 2015, has been the architect of an extreme makeover for an organization which was struggling to avoid relegation and now finds itself regularly collecting hardware.

Almeyda has dramatically modified...

 By Tom Marshall

CCL win further strengthens Matias Almeyda's case to be the next Mexico manager

Matias Almeyda could be poised to move on from Chivas for an even bigger project.
The CCL title is Chivas' fifth trophy in the last three years under Matias Almeyda.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- It was Miguel Basulto who lifted the CONCACAF Champions League trophy for Chivas on Wednesday.

The 26-year-old didn't enter the field against Toronto and only featured once in the tournament this season. But after Basulto's father passed away suddenly on Sunday evening, the Chivas squad came together in support of a player that came through the all-Mexican team's youth system.

On hearing the news of his death on Sunday, the squad boarded the team bus after training and made...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas ensure MLS wait for a CONCACAF Champions League title continues

Herculez Gomez and the FC boys break down Toronto's CCL final defeat to Chivas, Michael Bradley's role over the two legs and more.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas defeated Toronto 4-2 on penalties to lift the CONCACAF Champions League trophy on Wednesday in Estadio Akron.

Toronto won the second leg 2-1, equalling the aggregate score 3-3, to take the game to penalties, with U.S. international Michael Bradley missing the final spot kick to hand Chivas the title.

Here are three takes from a tense night in Guadalajara:

1. Chivas scrape by as the MLS wait goes on

Twelve long years have passed since a non-Mexican team has won the CONCACAF...