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Queretaro's Ruiz, 17, finds self in sudden spotlight

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Tigres won't allow Ricardo Ferretti to be Mexico's permanent coach

Tigres midfielder Jesus Duenas reflects on what it took to overcome Toronto FC and the significance of winning the first Campeones Cup.
Taylor Twellman, Herculez Gomez and Alejandro Moreno share their varying opinions on Toronto FC's approach to the Campeones Cup following their defeat to Tigres.

Tigres coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will not be allowed to join the Mexican national team on a permanent basis, the coach said on Monday in an interview.

Ferretti is currently El Tri's interim head coach and left the door open to leaving the Liga MX club to take over Mexico earlier this month, but the Tigres bosses won't allow it.

"[Tigres president] Miguel Garza and Mr. Zambrano [owner of CEMEX] told me: 'You're not leaving, we want you to complete the three years we signed you for,'" said Ferretti...

Clasico Regio loses its innocence as violence overshadows Tigres vs. Monterrey

Much debate will follow the tragic events of Sunday night after the Clasico Regio. How can fans and authorities ensure it doesn't happen again?
Much debate will follow the tragic events of Sunday night after the Clasico Regio. How can fans and authorities ensure that doesn't happen again?

"We all lost."

The bright yellow letters on the front page of one Mexican sports daily aptly summed up the sentiments after Sunday's Clasico Regio. It wasn't aimed at the scrappy 0-0 tie between derby rivals Tigres and Monterrey, but instead, it referred to the chilling scene ahead of the game.

This piece should be about the game itself, but Sunday evening was the moment the Clasico Regio arguably lost its innocence. The most heralded, organic and high-quality rivalry in all of Mexican football...

Queretaro teen Marcel Ruiz handles sudden spotlight, keeps focus on Qatar

Marcel Ruiz patterns his style after Barcelona's Andres Iniesta.

QUERETARO, Mexico -- Marcel Ruiz enters the interview room at the Mexican federation's facilities with apprehension. It's a new experience for him. His eyes reveal feelings of uncertainty over the questions to come, over how he'll handle more than three interviews in less than 15 minutes. He's never been through anything like this.

"It's easier to be on the pitch," said Queretaro's newest sensation, who at just 17 already had his first stint with Mexico's senior team a couple of weeks ago after...

Mexicans Abroad: Barcelona give rude awakening to PSV's Hirving Lozano

With the UEFA Champions League and Europa League now underway, a number of Mexico's most prominent players have had the opportunity to gain highly valuable minutes during the recent mid-week matches. In case you missed any of the games, here's a quick rundown on how each of the players fared in the European competitions.

Hirving Lozano -- PSV Eindhoven (UEFA Champions League)

On Tuesday, Lozano and his teammates took a 4-0 hammering by Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League. Away at the Camp Nou,...

After Javier Hernandez and Raul Jimenez, who is Mexico's option at striker?

When thinking of Mexico's most gifted and capable strikers, two players immediately stand out amongst the rest: Javier Hernandez and Raul Jimenez.

On paper, Hernandez remains the more talented and popular option of the two. As the leading all-time goalscorer for El Tri, the 30-year-old is undoubtedly a key figure with his knack of finding the back of the net.

But Hernandez has yet to find his footing this season for West Ham with one start in four Premier League appearances with no goals. He is also...