With the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League group stage at the halfway point, a number of groups are still very much in doubt. Here are five things learned from matchday three.
1. Winless week for Liga MX
After a less-than-flattering performance last week, the three Liga MX sides in action could only muster one point in this week's slot of CCL contests. What has to be frustrating for Santos, Queretaro and Tigres is that they all led in their respective matches. Santos and Queretaro looked good...
A loan deal taking 19-year-old Omar Govea from Club America's Under-20s to Porto B is the sum total of transfer deals involving Mexican players heading over the Atlantic this summer. And with the transfer window in Europe closing on Monday (Tuesday in the Premier League), there is silence when it comes to rumors regarding imminent Mexican signings.
Guillermo Cantu, new general secretary at the Mexico Football Federation, told ESPN on Tuesday that Ricardo Antonio La Volpe is among several of his personal preferences for the new permanent coach for El Tri.
"In my mind, I have a few," Cantu told ESPN's Jose Ramon Fernandez. "There are interesting coaches. Rayo Vallecano's coach [Paco Jemez], I like his proposal. Unai Emery [Sevilla], I like. They may or may not be options for the national team, but I like them."