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Liga MX can use break to tackle promotion-relegation ownership issues

MEXICO CITY -- Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla is the most recognizable person in Mexico to contract the coronavirus, at least as of March 24. Clearly, big decisions about the future of soccer are on hold with the league currently on hiatus and Bonilla recovering.

But the unexpected recess also provides Mexican soccer with an opportunity for reflection, a pause to look inside itself.

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Goalkeeper sacked for mocking deaths, violence in wake of drug lord arrest

Gaspar Servio has seen his contract terminated by Dorados.

Argentine goalkeeper Gaspar Servio has had his contract terminated by Mexican side Dorados Sinaloa after allegedly posting videos on social media mocking the violent incidents that occurred in Culiacan last week.

The Mexican second division club based in the Sinaloan city of Culiacan, opened an investigation after Servio allegedly placed controversial videos, which included music and written comments, on his Instagram account related to the events that took place on Oct. 17 in their city.

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Maradona out as Dorados manager, cites health

Gab Marcotti dissects the rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi fans and finds it "odd" how supporters of one generally dislike the other.

Argentina legend Diego Maradona will not stay on as head coach of Mexican second division club Dorados de Sinaloa, the 58-year-old's lawyer confirmed on Thursday.

The 1986 World Cup winner guided Dorados to two consecutive league finals in the two seasons he was in charge, but has chosen to step aside to focus on his health.

"Diego Maradona has decided not to continue as Dorados head coach," Maradona's lawyer Matias Morla wrote on Twitter. "After medical advice, he'll dedicate time to his health...

FC Juarez buys Lobos BUAP, takes spot in Liga MX

Second division FC Juarez will be play in Liga MX starting from the 2019 Apertura, after it bought first division club Lobos BUAP, Liga MX confirmed on Tuesday.

"The situation is like this: Juarez will participate in Liga MX next season in place of Lobos BUAP," Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla said at a press conference in Cancun on Tuesday. "It's done. It's been agreed by the assembly and from this moment we'll work on the schedule."

Lobos BUAP have a spot in the second division, but its future...

Dorados confident of retaining Diego Maradona

Diego Maradona's Sinaloa Dorados will fight for the Mexican second division title after beating Ciudad Juarez
Dorados de Sinaloa are hopeful that Diego Maradona will manage the club next season.

Diego Maradona's time in Mexico could be set to continue, with Dorados de Sinaloa owner Jorgealberto Hank Inzunza confirming that the club is interested in contracting the Argentine legend for another year.

Maradona made the shock move to Dorados last September after causing controversy at the the 2018 World Cup and with the second division club in joint last in the league table.

He went on to guide the team to consecutive Ascenso MX finals, losing both to newly promoted Atletico San Luis -- owned...