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Liga MX Salary Caps Could Stifle Competition

By ALEJANDRO ENVILA FISHER Exemplary, legally solid and irrefutable, the financial sanctions imposed by the Federal Economic Competition Commission (Cofece) on Mexican soccer clubs for having imposed a salary cap (also hunger) on women who play professionally in the Liga MX could end up exploding in the Cofece’s face and eventually lead to the disappearance of the country’s fledgling women’s

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European Soccer Teams to Create ‘Super League’

By KELIN DILLON Twelve of Europe’s biggest soccer teams have announced their intention to leave their current organizations to create the new Super League, affecting several Mexican players playing abroad, including  Hector Herrera of Atletico Madrid and Marcelo Flores of Arsenal. The new group consists of six English clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

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