Tag Archives: Rayados

Monterrey’s Stadium Ban Overturned

The Appeals Committee has overturned Monterrey’s stadium ban, but has upheld their fine and has given the club an Aviso de Veto, an official warning that another incident will result in a ban.

In explaining their decision, the Appeals Committee noted that the sanction should be in proportion to the severity of the incident and its circumstances. They noted that:

1. Monterrey had more than the required amount of security personnel;

2. There were two confrontations inside the stadium, and one outside it, with the latter not Monterrey’s responsibility; 

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Pachuca Signs Edson Puch and Edwin Cardona

Pachuca announced two new players today, with Edson Puch and Edwin Cardona joining the Tuzos ahead of the Apertura 2017 season.

Welcome to the Tuzos Edwin Cardona! The Colombian international arrives on loan from @Rayados.

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Monterrey Appeals Stadium Ban

At the conclusion of Monterrey’s 0-2 loss to Tigres UANL in the second leg of their quarterfinal series (Tigres won 6-1 on aggregate), there were “incidents in the stands and exit areas of the Estadio BBVA Bancomer between fans of both teams”.

Following an investigation into those incidents, the Disciplinary Committee fined Monterrey and gave the club a one-game stadium ban on the Estadio BBVA Bancomer.

The Rayados have appealed the stadium ban and the Appeals Committee will meet to evaluate the case.

Monterrey Given One-Game Stadium Ban

Following an investigation into fan behavior, the Disciplinary Committee has fined Monterrey and given the club a one-game stadium ban.

At the conclusion of Monterrey’s 0-2 loss to Tigres UANL in the second leg of their quarterfinal series (Tigres won 6-1 on aggregate), there were “incidents in the stands and exit areas of the Estadio BBVA Bancomer between fans of both teams”.

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Monterrey vs Tigres UANL – Quarterfinal Second Leg Recap and Highlights

Tigres UANL picked up a 0-2 away win against Monterrey in the second leg of their Clásico Regio quarterfinal series to confirm the universitarios’ place in the semifinals with a 6-1 aggregate victory.

The series was all-but-decided after Tigres earned an emphatic 4-1 win in the first leg, but Monterrey was looking to salvage some pride, if not the series, in their home leg. The Rayados started the game off at a good pace, but they were unable to find an early goal to give them hope.

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Tigres UANL vs Monterrey – Quarterfinal First Leg Recap and Highlights

Tigres UANL took a commanding lead in this Clásico Regio quarterfinal series with a 4-1 first leg victory against Monterrey. In addition, the Rayados had Aldo de Nigris sent off, which will see him suspended for the second leg.

Playing in front of a packed house in the Volcán, Tigres took the lead in the 20th minute. Hugo González cut out a cross, but he sent the rebound directly to André-Pierre Gignac, who made it 1-0.

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Clausura 2017 Quarterfinals – First Legs: Where to Watch

The qualified teams are known and the schedule is set. The Clausura 2017 playoffs begin this week with the quarterfinals, which will be played over two legs.

This is a total goals, aggregate score series; away goals are tiebreakers. Should both the aggregate and the away goals be tied at the end of a series, the higher seed will advance.

All times Eastern, home team listed first.

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Monterrey vs Monarcas Morelia – Jornada 17 Recap and Highlights

Monarcas Morelia scored a dramatic stoppage-time goal to beat Monterrey 1-2 – and, more importantly, maintain their place in the first division.

The michoacanos had taken the lead in the 31st minute and it looked like they were going to hold on it right up until the 86th minute, when Emanuel Loeschbor was called for a penalty.

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Veracruz vs Monterrey – Jornada 16 Recap and Highlights

Veracruz earned a huge three points in their relegation fight with a 1-0 victory over Monterrey. The win, a second consecutive one for the Tiburones Rojos, could see them safe by the end of the weekend, depending on Morelia and Jaguares’ results. As for the Rayados, the loss brings their four-game unbeaten streak to a halt.

The visitors had the first chance of the game, when Aldo de Nigris met a cross from the left, but he sent his attempt just over the crossbar. It would be the hosts who opened the scoring, and they did so early on.

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Monterrey vs Tigres UANL – Jornada 15 Recap and Highlights

In the Clausura 2017 edition of the Clásico Regio, Monterrey earned the bragging rights with a 1-0 victory over Tigres UANL. The result keeps the Rayados unbeaten in four and gives them a sixth consecutive home win, while the universitarios saw their three-game unbeaten streak brought to a halt.

The Clásico was hard-fought from the opening whistle, but both teams seemed more concerned with stopping the other than with mounting their own incisive attacks. There was controversy in the 27th minute, when Juninho used his arm to block a cross from José María Basanta, but referee Roberto García Orozco declined to call a penalty.

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