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Wunderkind manager Leano set for Necaxa challenge

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MEXICAN LIGA BBVA BANCOMER

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 U.A.N.L 2 0 2 6
9 Necaxa 2 0 2 6
10 Tijuana 1 2 1 5
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W2W4: Gonzalez in fight for Monterrey spot

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Liga MX season reviews in brief

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Liga MX's wunderkind manager Marcelo Michel Leano takes center stage

Coming off a Copa MX title, Necaxa have handed things over to 31-year-old Marcelo Michel Leano.
Coming off a Copa MX title, Necaxa have turned things over to 31-year-old Marcelo Michel Leano.

MEXICO CITY -- Marcelo Michel Leano, Liga MX's youngest manager, was not yet born when the league's oldest boss, Puebla's Enrique Meza, took his first team over in 1982. When Leano's Necaxa and Meza's Puebla square off this August, the match also will serve to pit two very distinct schools of thought within the Mexican game: experience versus youth.

For the Apertura 2018 campaign, three managers under 40 will serve on Liga MX benches. Queretaro's Rafael Puente Jr. is 39, Gerardo Espinoza of Atlas...

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Carlos Pena joins Necaxa on loan from Rangers as Cruz Azul spell cut short

Carlos Pena failed to score in 10 appearances for Cruz Azul.

Carlos Pena has joined Necaxa on loan after fellow Mexican club Cruz Azul ended his year-long move from Rangers six months early.

Pena, 28, will play for Necaxa for the remainder of his loan time after Pedro Caixinha, his former manager at Rangers, cut his spell at Cruz Azul short.

Necaxa posted confirmation of the transfer on Twitter, writing: "Welcome, @G27Gullit To defend these colours," while Cruz Azul tweeted to thank him for his service.

Pena's move comes after ESPN Mexico reported that...

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Ex-Necaxa forward Ezequiel Orozco dies after battle with lung cancer

Ezequiel Orozco scored 18 goals in his professional career.

Former Necaxa striker Ezequiel Orozco has died after a battle with lung cancer, Liga Bancomer confirmed on Friday.

"The Mexican footballing family will remember him as a warrior on and off the field and especially for being the great person he was," the league said in a statement.

Orozco, 29, came up through the Necaxa youth system and made his professional debut with the club in 2009.

He had spells with Jaguares, Atlante and Altamira before joining Murcielagos as a free agent in...

Gonzalez in battle for Monterrey spot; Pachuca can pile on Chivas

Jonathan Gonzalez's decision to play for Mexico over the U.S. has been a major talking point.
Jonathan Gonzalez is battling Monterrey teammate Arturo Gonzalez for his starting spot.

ESPN FC's Liga MX writers pick out what you need to watch for in another exciting weekend of action.

Mexican midfielders fighting for Monterrey starts

Monterrey midfielder Arturo "Ponchito" Gonzalez may just go on to have the brightest career of all the winner from Mexico's 2011 Under-17 World Cup team. And while Juan Carlos Osorio's squad appears to be largely decided for the World Cup this summer, the form of the 23-year-old, former Atlas player will surely be catching the national team...

Manneh, Henriquez: New Liga MX players you need to watch this season

Manneh's move from Columbus in MLS to Liga MX will be one of the most intriguing this Clausura.

Following a very short winter break, the 2018 Clausura tournament is set to kick off this week. Along with the many recognizable heroes and villains around the league, a number of unfamiliar faces will step onto the field this season and make their debuts in the Mexican first division.

Several Liga MX teams were quite busy with recent transfers, and although they have until Jan. 31 to register foreign players, there is already a long list of noteworthy additions.

In no specific order, here are...