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  1. A U.S. vs. Mexico match will always matter

    Andrea Canales

    For anyone foolish enough to think that a friendly match might engender a kinder, gentler version of the USA-Mexico rivalry, recent events prove otherwise. As usual, pregame elements are already heating up to remind everyone that the stakes betwee...

    Blog | April 02, 2014
  2. Liga MX Roundup: Cruz Azul held at Leon

    Andrea Canales

    It's a sign of how far the "Clasico Tapatio" has fallen that when Atlas and Chivas met this past weekend, top of the league or even playoff positions weren't at stake. Instead, both clubs were at risk for relegation. Neither team covered itself in gl...

    Blog | March 24, 2014
  3. Canales: Toluca stunned while Cruz Azul held in Liga MX

    Andrea Canales

    It's a sign of how far the "Clasico Tapatio" has fallen that when Atlas and Chivas met this past weekend, top of the league or even playoff positions weren't at stake. Instead, both clubs were at risk for relegation. Neither team covered it...

    Blog | March 24, 2014
  4. High stakes in El Tri's friendly against South Korea

    Andrea Canales

    It's getting real now for Miguel Herrera, not only because on Wednesday's match versus South Korea is his first official game in charge of Mexico's national team on a permanent, rather than interim, basis. It's also the point where he tests his influ...

    Blog | January 28, 2014
  5. In desperate times, a hero rises to the occasion

    Andrea Canales

    Too often, games with a lot at stake turn into an affair of frigid nerves, more often settled by a nervous defensive mistake than by anything else. But with the final playoff World Cup spot from CONCACAF at stake between Mexico and Panama, a hero ros...

    Blog | October 11, 2013
  6. US-Mexico grudge match has too much at stake

    Andrea Canales

    Fasten your seatbelts, folks -- this is it -- a CONCACAF qualification match that matters to the big guns. It's important to point out that getting to the World Cup has always meant so much to the smaller nations who never took a ticket to the bi...

    Blog | September 10, 2013
  7. Mexico with a point to prove against Panama

    Andrea Canales

    The bitter regional rivals have traded wins, losses and draws, and now the CONCACAF Gold Cup is at stake when Mexico takes on Panama. Yes, it's too early for El Tri to think ahead about playing the United States, possibly, in the final. At this point...

    Blog | July 23, 2013