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W2W4: Chivas needs a win vs. Puebla

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 By Tom Marshall

Champions Chivas can't seem to win; Tigres and America show their class

The guys talk about Toronto FC's stellar season and challenges of a short window between Mexican seasons. LAFC president Tom Penn calls in to talk about building his squad.

Five storylines from the midweek round six of matches in the Liga MX 2017 Apertura:

1. Champions Chivas still winless

The tough times at Chivas roll on. Last weekend the team had legitimate complaints about the officiating in a 1-0 home loss to Puebla. On Wednesday, Chivas deserved nothing more than a point in the 1-1 draw in Torreon against Santos Laguna, the only other team without a victory in this Apertura.

As the games go by, the alarm bells begin to ring louder for Matias Almeyda's team,...

 By Tom Marshall

Paco Palencia out as Pumas head coach after poor start to season

Paco Palencia led Pumas to the 2016 Apetura semis in his debut season.

Paco Palencia is out as manager of Liga MX club Pumas following a disappointing start to the 2017 Apertura.

The former Mexico international exits following Tuesday's 2-1 home loss to Morelia, leaving the Mexico City club in 14th place in the Liga MX league table.

Pumas announced in a brief statement that Sergio Egea would take over in a temporary capacity, with former coach Guillermo Vazquez and Victor Manuel Vucetich possible candidates for the full-time job.

Club legend and ESPN analyst Hugo Sanchez...

 By Tom Marshall

Ex-Mexico manager Miguel Herrera wants to work in Europe

Former Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera sits down in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Jose Ramon Fernandez to discuss his firing and the future of El Tri.

Former Mexico coach Miguel Herrera has his sights set on winning trophies with current club America in Liga MX and then moving on to Europe.

Herrera left El Tri after he was fired for swinging a punch at a commentator in a Philadelphia airport in 2015, but has never denied he would like to one day return, although his career goals aren't focused exclusively on the Mexican national team.

"My project has another ambition," the 49-year-old Herrera said in an interview with ESPN's Raza Deportiva. "[I...

 By Nayib Moran

Dazzling debut shows Pachuca's Keisuke Honda is adapting quickly

With all of Pachuca's injuries, Keisuke Honda could see an expanded role against Tijuana.

PACHUCA, Mexico -- It didn't take long for Keisuke Honda to impress in Liga MX. It took exactly 15 minutes on the field for him to score his first goal on Mexican soil. And it was a phenomenal play, where Honda's speed and shooting accuracy shone. He waited a long time for this moment, and his debut came right as Pachuca has revived its identity. The attacking essence that has characterized the club over the past two years is back on track.

"I did feel frustrated because I couldn't play for a month,"...