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Liga MX: Unpaid Veracruz players set to strike

Players from Liga MX's last-placed side Veracruz are vowing to boycott Friday's game against Tigres due to unpaid wages stretching back months.

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Almeyda sticks with Quakes over Liga MX offer

Matias Almeyda confirmed he'll remain the San Jose Earthquakes manager, admitting that he's turned down offers from clubs like Liga MX's Monterrey.

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Mexican soccer cracking down on GK chant

Mexico's football federation and Liga MX are set to crack down on the controversial goalkeeper chant that FIFA has ruled anti-gay.

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Costa Rica coach resigns, citing boredom

Gustavo Matosas has stepped down as manager of Costa Rica after less than a year in the job, blaming the frequent down time between games.

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Portuguese coach Caixinha leaves Cruz Azul

Cruz Azul head coach Pedro Caixinha has left the club, bringing his 18-month spell in the Liga MX to an end.

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Meza leaves Veracruz on 33-game winless run

Luckless Veracruz is looking for a new manager after the resignation of veteran head coach Enrique Meza was confirmed on Wednesday.

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Puebla pledges free beer if club loses to Juarez

Puebla fans who attend the club's Liga MX match against Juarez on Thursday will receive free beer if the home side fails to win, the club announced.