Category Archives: Mexican Soccer

Garza suffers knee injury in Tijuana win

Greg Garza was substituted out of Tijuana’s win against Morelia with a knee injury. Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, Mexican Soccer, U.S. Men's National Team | 29 Comments

Friday Kickoff: Diego Costa suspension upheld; Ronaldinho on special training program; and more

The FA has upheld a three-match ban for Diego Costa, while Ronaldinho has been placed on a special training regiment with Queretaro due to the Brazilian’s disdain for running. Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, Featured, FIFA, FIFA World Cup, Mexican Soccer | 7 Comments

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

Liverpool and Chelsea are set for the second leg of their Capital One Cup semifinal, headlining Tuesday’s action. Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, Featured, International Soccer, Mexican Soccer | 3 Comments

Friday Kickoff: FIFA loses 3 major sponsors; Mexico announces two U.S.-based friendlies; and more

FIFA has lost the support of three major sponsors, while Mexico have announced a pair of U.S.-based March friendlies. Continue reading »

Posted in CONCACAF, European Soccer, Featured, FIFA, International Soccer, Mexican Soccer | 33 Comments

Joe Corona, Alejandro Guido score for Xolos in Copa MX victory

Joe Corona scored a goal and started in his return from injury as Club Tijuana defeated Necaxa, 3-1, in Copa MX action. Continue reading »

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Torres faces 10-12 weeks on sidelines after back surgery

Tigres UANL midfielder Jose Torres is set to miss 10-12 weeks after undergoing successful surgery to repair a herniated disk. Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, Featured, Mexican Soccer | 16 Comments