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Soccer lives online! FIFA 20, PES 2020 tournaments replacing actual football for top stars and clubs

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It all began at Leyton Orient of all places, but now there are a host of online soccer tournaments springing up involving some of the world's top players, clubs and leagues in lieu of the real thing.

Thousands of competitors are going head to head on FIFA 20 and PES 2020, with some big names also pitching in to help aid the fight against the coronavirus pandemic that has shut down football and most other aspects of normal life across the globe.

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Inter Miami's Rodolfo Pizarro: 'More tranquility' in MLS than Liga MX

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Inter Miami's Mexican star Rodolfo Pizarro believes playing for Liga MX giant Chivas can propel or sink players' careers and is adapting to the relatively tranquil life in Southern Florida.

The 26-year-old played for Pachuca, Chivas and Monterrey, joining Inter Miami last month and before the current coronavirus pandemic, Pizarro had noticed the difference off the field in the United States.

"You get more tranquility," Pizarro said in an interview with ESPN's Ahora o Nunca. "In the street,...

Legendary Mexico coach Ignacio Trelles dies aged 103

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MEXICO CITY -- Legendary Mexico head coach Ignacio Trelles died on Tuesday evening at the age of 103, Liga MX club Cruz Azul confirmed on Wednesday morning. The cause of death was a heart attack, according to ESPN's Heriberto Murrieta.

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Trelles' funeral will be held in private due to the coronavirus pandemic, Cruz Azul stated on social networks.

Trelles was one of the dominant figures in Mexican soccer in the 20th century, starting his coaching...

Liga MX can use break to tackle promotion-relegation ownership issues

MEXICO CITY -- Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla is the most recognizable person in Mexico to contract the coronavirus, at least as of March 24. Clearly, big decisions about the future of soccer are on hold with the league currently on hiatus and Bonilla recovering.

But the unexpected recess also provides Mexican soccer with an opportunity for reflection, a pause to look inside itself.

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There are multitude of challenges and opportunities, including promotion/relegation,...

Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla tests positive for coronavirus

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Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla has tested positive for the coronavirus, the league confirmed in a statement released Friday evening.

Bonilla is under quarantine but in stable condition.

"As of now, in spite of the tests carried out, I don't have any serious symptoms and I will remain in quarantine as the authorities in the health ministry indicate," read the statement, signed by Bonilla.

"Of course, I'll keep myself informed about the situation the country is going through and the alternative...