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 By Tom Marshall

CCL win further strengthens Matias Almeyda's case to be the next Mexico manager

Matias Almeyda could be poised to move on from Chivas for an even bigger project.
The CCL title is Chivas' fifth trophy in the last three years under Matias Almeyda.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- It was Miguel Basulto who lifted the CONCACAF Champions League trophy for Chivas on Wednesday.

The 26-year-old didn't enter the field against Toronto and only featured once in the tournament this season. But after Basulto's father passed away suddenly on Sunday evening, the Chivas squad came together in support of a player that came through the all-Mexican team's youth system.

On hearing the news of his death on Sunday, the squad boarded the team bus after training and made...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas ensure MLS wait for a CONCACAF Champions League title continues

Herculez Gomez and the FC boys break down Toronto's CCL final defeat to Chivas, Michael Bradley's role over the two legs and more.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas defeated Toronto 4-2 on penalties to lift the CONCACAF Champions League trophy on Wednesday in Estadio Akron.

Toronto won the second leg 2-1, equalling the aggregate score 3-3, to take the game to penalties, with U.S. international Michael Bradley missing the final spot kick to hand Chivas the title.

Here are three takes from a tense night in Guadalajara:

1. Chivas scrape by as the MLS wait goes on

Twelve long years have passed since a non-Mexican team has won the CONCACAF...

Chivas need to add depth but shouldn't worry about Salcido vs. Toronto FC

Chivas may have key players returning and a first leg advantage, but ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have plenty in the tank to overcome the deficit.

Editor's Note: These pieces originally appeared on ESPN Deportes and was translated for ESPN FC.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The Chivas roster, a club on the verge of winning a CONCACAF Champions League title, needs to strengthen its ranks for the second half of 2018 given what awaits them after this season -- including a possible trip to the FIFA Club World Cup this December in the United Arab Emirates.

The first priority on Chivas' list must be to define Rodolfo Cota's status at the club. The goalie...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas, Almeyda thrive in clutch as CONCACAF Champions League awaits

Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- There has been nothing but silence from Chivas and Toronto in the buildup to the CONCACAF Champions League final second leg in Estadio Akron, at least up until Tuesday's news conference.

Chivas' training sessions at Verde Valle have been behind closed doors, while the core of Toronto's squad has been staying at a hotel next to Guadalajara's plushest shopping mall since this past Friday, adapting to the hot conditions in the western Mexico city and training at Atlas' facilities....

Toronto FC must discover ruthless streak to beat Chivas in CCL final

Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

TORONTO -- For the past 16 years, CONCACAF's continental club championship has been an unforgiving tournament for MLS sides. At the most critical junctures of the competition, there was a mistake made -- perhaps two -- that was ruthlessly punished. Maybe it was a loss of discipline, a missed chance, a defensive miscue or even a bad call. But ultimately, MLS sides would succumb.

That history is what makes Toronto FC's run to the final this year so compelling. The Reds have been the ones to do...

 By Tom Marshall

Never write off Matias Almeyda's Chivas, the all-Mexican underdogs

Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

The significance of Chivas' performance in their 2-1 win over Toronto FC in the CONCACAF Champions League first leg at BMO Field is directly related to the MLS side recording victories against both Tigres and Club America on the way to the final.

The style with which Toronto edged past Tigres in the quarterfinal and brushed aside Club America with relative ease had been noted in Mexico, and there wasn't much confidence in Chivas doing what the other Liga MX teams couldn't at BMO Field.

Toronto entered...