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Discussion in 'Mexico: Clubs' started by riverplate, Jan 16, 2010.
F.T. Pumas 2 - 0 Morelia
F.T. Puebla 4 - 1 Cruz Azul
You guys should put this thread in News & Analysis. I'm getting sick of bouncing back and forth between the 2 subforums.
they should have left the schedule thread here.
its stupid to put it there as news and analysis since the schedule is never analyzed
F.T. Santos 2 - 1 San Luis
F.T. Estudiantes 3 - 2 Atlante
F.T. Cruz Azul 1 - 1 Chivas
F.T. Tigres 1 - 2 Pachuca
F.T. Morelia 1 - 1 Monterrey
F.T. Atlas 1 - 1 Jaguares
F.T. San Luis 3 - 0 Querétaro
F.T. Toluca 2 - 1 Puebla
F.T. Indios 2 - 0 Pumas
F.T. América 1 - 0 Santos
Cuartos de Final
Monterrey vs. Pachuca
Chivas vs. Morelia
Toluca vs. América
Pumas vs. Santos
F.T. Pachuca 1 - 0 Monterrey
F.T. Morelia 4 - 2 Chivas
F.T. Santos 2 - 0 Pumas
F.T. América 2 - 2 Toluca
F.T. Monterrey 1 (1) - (3) 2 Pachuca
F.T. Chivas 0 (2) - (5) 1 Morelia
F.T. Toluca 2 (4) - (2) 0 América
F.T. Pumas 1 (1) - (2) 0 Santos
Toluca vs. Pachuca
Santos vs. Morelia
I thought this was interesting. I added up points from both seasons (apertura 2009 and bicentenario 2010). If we still had the traditional long seasons this is what it would look like. This doesn't include goal difference.
4.cruz azul 58
17.san luis 35
I think i'd be nice to see 2 teams regulated instead of just one..
what's your guys' thoughts on this table? shocking isn't it?
What's shocking about it?
And why is Chivas in bold lettering?
cos they're dope.
whats shocking is that a team that ended up 8th in the league has a chance to win the title.
Think about that. They don't deserve that chance..
Most of the teams in the current playoffs are at the top of the list you posted, presumably indicating the best 8 are involved. With a playoff system featuring 8 teams, all the teams have basically an equal chance to win and that's the way it goes nowadays in almost all sports. The leagues like the revenue brought in by extra gates at the stadiums and the television money. The days of the top team just being declared the champion are over, for better or worse. I remember Pumas became the champs as an 8th seed. Unfair perhaps, but they prevailed and the other clubs didn't. Being ahead in the "regular" season today just means having a supposedly better seed.
(I don't know the last time the top two teams in baseball met in the World Series. I believe it was back in 1999 -- 10 years ago!!!)