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Liga MX 2018 Apertura: What you need to know before kickoff

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Juan Carlos Osorio has to choose: Mexico, U.S. or Europe?

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 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX 2018 Apertura: What you need to know before kickoff

Andre-Pierre Gignac and Tigres should continue to be a contender for the Liga MX Apertura crown as usual.
Andre-Pierre Gignac and Tigres should continue to be a contender for the Liga MX Apertura crown as usual.

Russia 2018 may be over and leagues in Europe are still a couple of weeks away from starting up but a cure for the post-World Cup blues can be found in Liga MX, with the 2018 Apertura starting this Friday.

Here are 10 key questions leading into the new season in Mexico:

Which teams are the favorites to win this time around?

The same ones as last season and the season before: northern powerhouses Tigres and Monterrey.

Tigres has had a stable summer and looks even stronger this Apertura. The...

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Carlos Vela: Mexico will give Juan Carlos Osorio full support if he stays on

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez assess Mexico's World Cup after a last 16 exit and discuss why Liga MX could be a hindrance on El Tri's future.
Sebi Salazar sounds off on why he can't be proud of Mexico after a seventh straight World Cup exit in the last 16, even against a team like Brazil.

Manager Juan Carlos Osorio's future with the Mexico remains clouded in mystery a little more than a week following Mexico's elimination from the 2018 World Cup.

It is unclear whether either Osorio or the Mexican federation wants to renew the Colombian's contract for four more years, but national team standout Carlos Vela says the manager will have the support of the team if he stays on with El Tri.

LAFC's Vela made it clear that his teammates on the national team must lend Osorio their unconditional...

 By Tom Marshall

Hector Herrera is ready for the challenge of joining Europe's elite

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez assess Mexico's World Cup after a last 16 exit and discuss why Liga MX could be a hindrance on El Tri's future.

If there is one Mexican player ready for the challenge of stepping up to play for an elite European club side at present, it's Hector Herrera -- even ahead of Hirving Lozano. And that move may become a reality this summer, depending on how a vital few weeks in the career of the Mexico midfielder turns out.

The 28-year-old's contract at Porto expires next summer, and talk of interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona doesn't appear to be far-fetched.

Herrera has arguably been Mexico's best player...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio has to choose: Mexico, U.S. or Europe?

Sebi Salazar sounds off on why he can't be proud of Mexico after a seventh straight World Cup exit in the last 16, even against a team like Brazil.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez look at Mexico's mental struggle against Brazil, Juan Carlos Osorio's legacy and assessing Brazil going forward.
The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets on Neymar antics, Roberto Martinez's team selection and Mexico's World Cup grade.

The debate has already begun in Mexico over whether Juan Carlos Osorio should continue as Mexico manager after the team fell out of the tournament at the round of 16 stage for the seventh consecutive time.

The victory against Germany in El Tri's first group game was rightly heralded as Mexico's best win ever at a World Cup although there was a familiar ending to their competition as the North American side lost 2-0 to Brazil in Samara and failed to reach the "quinto partido."

But Osorio came...

 By Eric Gomez

Mexico's old guard can't break 'fifth game' curse, but future looks bright

Sebi Salazar sounds off on why he can't be proud of Mexico after a seventh straight World Cup exit in the last 16, even against a team like Brazil.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez assess Mexico's World Cup after a last 16 exit and discuss why Liga MX could be a hindrance on El Tri's future.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez look at Mexico's mental struggle against Brazil, Juan Carlos Osorio's legacy and assessing Brazil going forward.
The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets on Neymar antics, Roberto Martinez's team selection and Mexico's World Cup grade.

When Roberto Firmino tapped in Brazil's second goal at the Cosmos Arena in Samara on Monday, it wasn't just the Mexico fans who were heading toward the exits.

Mexico's elimination at the 2018 World Cup also signaled the likely end for a group of players who many thought would help El Tri break free of its failures to get past the round of 16. While it's not unfathomable to think at least a few will stay on to provide a veteran presence for the team, similar to what Rafa Marquez has offered for...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico need more players in Europe if they are to go further at World Cups

ESPN's Tom Marshall recaps the main talking points after Mexico crashed out of the round of 16 for the seventh straight World Cup.
Sebi Salazar sounds off on why he can't be proud of Mexico after a seventh straight World Cup exit in the last 16, even against a team like Brazil.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez look at Mexico's mental struggle against Brazil, Juan Carlos Osorio's legacy and assessing Brazil going forward.
The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets on Neymar antics, Roberto Martinez's team selection and Mexico's World Cup grade.

SAMARA, Russia -- It's the morning after, and the inquest has already begun in Mexico as to why El Tri failed to get past the round-of-16 stage of the World Cup once again. It is a question that permeates every aspect of Mexican soccer, from the youth structure to Liga MX and, obviously, the full national team.

Part of the debate over the coming hours and days will center around whether head coach Juan Carlos Osorio is the right person to carry the team forward. The federation's answer will...