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 By Tom Marshall

New York City FC and Necaxa schedule friendly match for October - reports

NYCFC celebrate
New York City FC will bring its star-studded squad south over the international break.

MLS outfit New York City FC and its stars David Villa, Andrea Pirlo and Frank Lampard are set to head south in the upcoming international break to face Liga MX side Necaxa, according to reports.

The match will take place on Oct. 7 in Estadio Victoria in Aguascalientes at 9.30 p.m. ET, reported Empire of Soccer, with both leagues on a break due to national team fixtures.

More details about the friendly match are set to be released on Tuesday, wrote ESPN Mexico.

MLSsoccer.com's Susannah Collins looks at Frank Lampard's impact on NYCFC and how his injury affects the team.

NYCFC booked its place in the MLS...

 By Nayib Moran

Tigres No. 1 as Cruz Azul inches closer to bottom of Liga MX Power Rankings

One Nacion's Leon Lecanda details Club America's win over Pumas in Ricardo La Volpe's first match in charge.

After 11 weeks of football in Liga MX, the 2016 Apertura has been irregular. But it's this inconsistency that will allow us to witness a truly electric end to the regular season, with up to 11 teams potentially battling for four playoff spots. Here are our Liga MX Power Rankings after Week 11:

1. TIGRES UANL (no change):
Star midfielder Javier Aquino was subbed off with an ankle injury in Tigres' scoreless draw against Cruz Azul. Without him, Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will have to...

 By Nayib Moran

La Volpe starts well with Club America, 'Profe' Cruz has Atlas on the rise

One Nacion's Leon Lecanda details Club America's win over Pumas in Ricardo La Volpe's first match in charge.

MEXICO CITY -- Ricardo Antonio La Volpe's head coaching debut at Club America headlined Liga MX's Week 11, but the real shows happened in cities like Guadalajara and Morelia, where Atlas and Puebla FC got surprising results.

Here are five lessons learned from the weekend:

1. Fans will not forget Atlas' latest display

By including 10 Mexican footballers in its starting XI against Monterrey, Atlas attempted to return to the origins of what has historically made Los Rojinegros one of the most competitive...

 By Nayib Moran

Ricardo La Volpe era at America starts on right foot with win over Pumas

Club America celebrate going 2-0 up inside five minutes against Pumas.

MEXICO CITY -- Ricardo Antonio La Volpe is well aware that landing Club America's coaching job after Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz's dismissal was like winning the lottery. Ten years since stepping down as Mexico national team manager, La Volpe's career has been one on the decline, with no silverware to show off, while students of his coaching style, such as Tijuana's current head coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera, have been on the rise.

Two days after being officially presented as America's new coach, La Volpe...