Analysis of the completed Liga MX Draft. Who are the big winners?
What lessons can other lower division teams learn from the recent success of Tijuana and Leon in Mexico's top division?
The 17-year-old phenom Carlos Fierro got the start for Chivas in the team's Apertura opener against Toluca. Keep your eye on the young Chivas player this season, as he may represent the future of Mexican futbol.
No team has won back-to-back championships in Mexico in fifteen seasons. With their loaded roster returning for the Apertura season, Santos Laguna look to be excellent bets to break this streak.
WIth three straight top 5 finishes in the league standings, Tigres UANL are a model of consistency. Hector Mancilla is gone, but Tuca Ferretti still has more than enough talent on his roster to make another run at the Liga MX championship.
A year ago in the 2011 Apertura season, Monterrey missed out on the liguilla due to CONCACAF Champions League and Club World Cup distractions. This time around the team should be more adept at handling the challenges of competing on multiple fronts.
After a big-time turnaround last season, manager Miguel Herrera and star striker Christian Benitez are confident they can lead Club America to the Liga MX Apertura 2012 title.
After leading the team to three straight Liguilla appearances, Tomas Boy is out as manager in Morelia. Can the new-look Monarcas squad fight its way back into the playoffs during the upcoming Apertura 2012 season?
After a series of highly disappointing seasons, Toluca looks to Enrique Meza to right the ship. But with the loss of star striker Ivan Alonso, the rebuilding job may be a difficult one.
With an overhaul of club management, including the arrival of Johan Cryuff and new manager John Van’t Schip, Chivas Guadalajara look to turn things around in the Apertura 2012 season.
With a new coach, as well as high-profile new additions like Emmanuel Villa and Luis Garcia, Pumas should greatly improve on last season's disastrous finish.
With big time moves like hiring Hugo Sanchez as manager and bringing Nery Castillo back to Mexico, Pachuca has made it clear that they are looking to return to the league's upper echelon.
Tijuana fans are riding high after last season's Liguilla appearance. With that success comes increased expectations, though. Can the Xolos surpass last season's 7th place finish and make a deeper playoff run this year?
Jaguares Chiapas are coming off back-to-back Liguilla appearances. The loss of Jackson Martinez, along with some lingering defensive concerns, may put a third straight trip to the playoffs this season just out of reach.
With several shrewd offseason moves, Puebla looks to improve on last season's disappointing 12th place finish.
Club Leon comes back to Mexico's top division for the Apertura 2012 season. WIth loads of offseason moves, does the team have enough talent to make a run at the Liguilla?
Queretaro will be battling relegation from the Liga MX all year long. Are the team's offseason moves heading into the Apertura 2012 season enough to give the fans hope?
With new arrivals such as Hector Mancilla and Vicente Vuoso joining the squad, can Atlas produce the needed turnaround in scoring production?
San Luis FC bring new ownership to the 2012 Apertura. Will the changes in club management lead to significant improvements on last season's highly disappointing finish?
The newly-branded Liga MX brings with it the return of the domestic cup competition in Mexico. Will the Copa Mexico prove to be a success?