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17th in Mexican Liga Bancomer
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17dTom Marshall

Mexico's Pizarro joins Monterrey from Chivas

Chivas forward Rodolfo Pizarro has signed for fellow Liga MX side Monterrey, confirmed Chivas sporting director Francisco Gabriel de Anda on Sunday.

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21dESPN staff

Almeyda won't return as Chivas manager

Chivas manager Matias Almeyda will not continue with the Liga MX club, the Argentine confirmed to ESPN Mexico's Jose Maria Garrido on Thursday.

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27dTom Marshall

Chivas has European offer for Pizarro - director

Chivas forward Rodolfo Pizarro may not have made Mexico's World Cup squad, but the 24-year-old looks set to move on from Liga MX this summer.

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56dTom Marshall

Is Almeyda the next man for Mexico?

Chivas boss Matias Almeyda has repeatedly proven his managerial credentials in Mexico. After winning the CCL will Mexico come calling?

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56dTom Marshall

Chivas' Almeyda eager to rest after CCL win

Chivas coach Matias Almeyda won the competition after a trying season in which players have not been paid bonuses and transfers were few.

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56dTom Marshall

Bradley 'couldn't be more proud' despite loss

Michael Bradley says he is disappointed that Toronto FC couldn't lift the CONCACAF Champions League trophy, but not by the performance of his side.

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56dTom Marshall

MLS wait for a CCL title continues

It was heartbreak for Toronto FC at Estadio Akron on Wednesday, as Chivas won a penalty thriller to book a spot in the Club World Cup.

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57dJose Maria Garrido and Carlos Herrera

Chivas need depth, Salcido can handle TFC

Chivas need to add depth after the CCL final if they're to compete again in Liga MX but at least they've got the seasoned Carlos Salcedo in defense.

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58dTom Marshall

Chivas, Almeyda thrive in clutch cup moments

Chivas can capture the CCL title over Toronto on Wednesday, the club's fifth championship since Matias Almeyda took over as coach in 2015.

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64dJeff Carlisle

Toronto must discover ruthless streak

After missing chances in the first leg, Toronto must now score two goals at minimum, something no team has done to Chivas in this tournament.

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64dTom Marshall

Never write off Almeyda's Chivas

Chivas' domestic struggles weren't visible on Tuesday in Toronto, as their coach got the players to dig in for a crucial away victory.

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64dJeff Carlisle

Chivas' attacking endeavor surprises Toronto FC

After delivering a gritty performance to get past NYRB in the previous round, no one expected Chivas to stun Toronto like it did on Tuesday night.

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64dESPN staff

Chivas stuns TFC in CCL final first leg

It's advantage Chivas in the CONCACAF Champions League final after the Liga MX side defeated Toronto FC 2-1 in Tuesday's first leg.

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65dJeff Carlisle

Toronto FC has 'all our respect' - Chivas boss

Chivas manager Matias Almeyda said Toronto FC has "all our respect" ahead of the team's CONCACAF Champions League final against its MLS rivals.

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70dJeff Carlisle and Tom Marshall

Toronto FC vs. Chivas: early predictions

The CONCACAF Champions League final will be MLS vs. Liga MX, with Toronto FC vs. Chivas. Who will win? Jeff Carlisle and Tom Marshall break it down.

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70dRafael Ramos Villagrana

Heroic Chivas left carrying torch for Liga MX

Chivas were tested to their limits by the New York Red Bulls but held firm to reach the CONCACAF Champions League final. America couldn't join them.