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NDR: 2013-2014 BBVA Bancomer Liga MX thread

Discussion in 'Houston Dynamo' started by The_Ponce, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. The_Ponce

    The_Ponce Co-President of the United States of Dynamo

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    Place where we speak of the league below the border.

    Teams:


    America
    Atlante
    Atlas
    Chiapas
    Cruz Azul
    Guadalajara
    Leon
    Monterrey
    Morelia
    Pachuca
    Puebla
    Queretaro
    Santos Laguna
    Tijuana
    Toluca
    UANL
    UNAM
    Veracruz
     


  2. The_Ponce

    The_Ponce Co-President of the United States of Dynamo

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    Pachuca v. Tijuana is on right now on ESPN Deportes and Azteca America.
     
  3. The_Ponce

    The_Ponce Co-President of the United States of Dynamo

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    Well Pachuca is now down 1-0 against Xolos in a defensive lapse.
     
  4. The_Ponce

    The_Ponce Co-President of the United States of Dynamo

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    That was a helluva game!
     


  5. JC507

    JC507 Member+

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    Fuk this league.
     
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  6. JC507

    JC507 Member+

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    Btw, ******** the EPL, SPL, BL, SA, L1, etc, etc.
     
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  7. The_Ponce

    The_Ponce Co-President of the United States of Dynamo

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    Lol.
     
  8. Levy2k6

    Levy2k6 BigSoccer Supporter

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    FK MLS


    HOUSTON DYNAMO ALL DAY EVERYDAY
     
  9. Beavis Stiffler

    Beavis Stiffler Member+

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    They're back.

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  10. tigerheadsaints

    tigerheadsaints Member

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    So is chivas getting relegated? No clue how MX works. Saw something about the past 3 seasons cumulative points or something is how it's decided. But chivas has been terrible The past couple seasons, no?
     
  11. El Naranja

    El Naranja Member+

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    It is based over the previous 3 seasons I believe. And *rey* will have to correct me but wasn't it America years back that was relegated but they bought a promoted team to stay in the top flight? Part of the reason FIFA made the rule change about pro/rel.

    Go Pachuca!
     
  12. *rey*

    *rey* Member+

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    Chivas will never be relegated! Chalk it up to "to big to fail" as La Liga MX pro/reg is farcical. In a sense the way the Mexican fed feels about pro/rel props up the way MLS and other US leagues are currently structured. Operating under the theory that big tv markets/teams have to stay up (Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey) but smaller markets/poorer teams are pushed down (Celaya, Aguascalientes, Tampico).

    I wish La Liga MX would make up its mind and have true pro/rel with 20 teams with 3 going up and 3 going down or go NBA with 20 permanent team's and 20 developmental teams in smaller markets.

    FTR - it's the last 3 full football seasons (or 6 short tournaments) points per game that determines who goes down: Pts earned/# of games. For teams that have been in the top division for all years it works out to be 102 games (17 games per short season times 6).
     
  13. *rey*

    *rey* Member+

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    If you need an appetizer, the 100th edition/game of Tigres - Rayados is on UniMas at the moment.
     
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  14. Heft

    Heft BigSoccer Supporter

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    It has not disappointed. It's the 100th Clasico and we have been entertained.
     
  15. CeltTexan

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    Veracruz Red Sharks soN!
     

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