Ep. 160: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – LigaMX Week 13 review

Joel and Albert review the LigaMX weekend of games and how things are stacking up for the upcoming Liguilla! Chivas has an uphill battle, America is on top of the world, Pumas and Tigres are battling in the middle and Pachuca may have the best chance to climb up and take the last spot for qualifying.

Also bottom dwellers, Atlas and Veracruz battle it out in a fight for the last dropped chicken nugget, in a 4-3 win for the rojinegros.

Ep. 156: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – CopaMuyX!

Hey dudes! I was solo again, discussing the MTY tragedy, as well as CopaMX action, Tuca and El Tri, violence in Mexico, LigaMX and as is my custom, mental midgetry. 😀

Thanks to all those who inspired this discussion!

Ep. 155: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Yo Solito!

Podcasting solo, Yo mero, @beto_atx took quick half hour to talk about the latest Mexican Soccer news. I give my takes on the recent LA Times article of Mexican American soccer youth, Chucky in UCL, Tigres winning molero cup, the upcoming Jornada 10 and random Twitter comments.

Ep. 151: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Cruz Azul flying high, Clasico Tapatio

This episode we reviewed each LigaMX team in the standings. We also discussed the future of El Tri, Mexicans playing in Europe or lack of players in this next generation that are playing in Europe. We talk Pelaez and his influence in the Cement maker’s team.

 

Ep. 150.1: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Michel Richaud Interview

This is the interview we had with former Sporting Director for CA Zacatepec, Michel Richaud. We discuss LigaMX, Contracts, El Tri, and decisions and duties of a Sporting Director!

We thank Michel for coming on the show!

Ep. 149.5: CantinaMX Futbol Podcast – Special episode, with guests, talking ENG coverage of Mexie fut

We had the pleasure of inviting Ivan Pineda from Eagle Eye Podcast and Eugene Rupinski from FMF State of mind, to talk the movement behind English coverage of Mexican Soccer. We discussed the positive future and obstacles present in the market and growth of the need for more English coverage of Mexican Soccer.

One one side, the challenges of soccer popularity in the US, generally vs the growing need of English coverage for the “few” Mexican Americans and Americans that do gravitate to the sport.

We thank our guests for joining and providing their input. Check them out on twitter!

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