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 By Eric Gomez

Liga MX's wunderkind manager Marcelo Michel Leano takes center stage

Coming off a Copa MX title, Necaxa have handed things over to 31-year-old Marcelo Michel Leano.
Coming off a Copa MX title, Necaxa have turned things over to 31-year-old Marcelo Michel Leano.

MEXICO CITY -- Marcelo Michel Leano, Liga MX's youngest manager, was not yet born when the league's oldest boss, Puebla's Enrique Meza, took his first team over in 1982. When Leano's Necaxa and Meza's Puebla square off this August, the match will also serve to pit two very distinct schools of thought within the Mexican game: experience versus youth.

For the Apertura 2018 campaign, three managers under 40 will serve on Liga MX benches. Queretaro's Rafael Puente Jr. is 39, Gerardo Espinoza of Atlas...

Liga MX season in a sentence: How all 18 teams look heading into Apertura

Santos Laguna come in as defending champions but will face a tough chasing field if they're to repeat.
Santos Laguna come in as defending champions but will face a tough chasing field if they're to repeat.

With the World Cup done and dusted, there are now only a few days for Mexican soccer fans to prepare for the start of the 2018 Apertura tournament. For those who don't have much time to read through countless articles before the season kicks off Friday, we've provided a one-sentence preview for all 18 Liga MX teams.

ATLAS (last season: 15th place)
With several roster changes -- including the retirement and immediate front-office hiring of Rafael Marquez -- it's now up to young manager Gerardo...

 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...

 By Eric Gomez

Liga MX: Yairo Moreno, Roger Martinez among 10 to watch this Apertura

Roger Martinez Villarreal action
Roger Martinez has shown what he's capable but Club America will need him to show it consistently all season long.

Plenty of new faces will inundate the Mexican first division during the 2018 Apertura. More than half of the 18 Liga MX squads have gone abroad to make signings intending to help them wrest the title away from Santos Laguna, the defending champions.

Recent years have seen Liga MX expand beyond its usual market to bring players in, and this year is no exception. A 2014 World Cup runner-up, a Euro 2008 third-place winner and a 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup champion are among those joining the league,...

Former U.S. youth international Jonathan Gonzalez named Liga MX rookie of the year

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman doesn't understand comments that Jonathan Gonzalez fell through the cracks in U.S. Soccer after he made numerous appearances for the youth national team.
ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez gives his take on where the U.S. fell short with Jonathan Gonzalez, leading him to choose to play for Mexico.

Former United States youth international Jonathan Gonzalez was named rookie of the year at Liga MX's "Balon de Oro" awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The 19-year-old central midfielder debuted for Monterrey last July and enjoyed a breakout 2017 Apertura, after which the California native switched allegiances from the United States to Mexico.

"I'm very happy for this recognition," Gonzalez said. "I'd like to thank my club, Antonio Mohamed's coaching staff, and, of course, my family."

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