Wednesday, February 17, 2010
The Passion for Soccer: Mexico's 2010 Liga de Ascenso Available in the United States only on MexicoTV.
Among the contenders, there is not only Necaxa, a team with a towering reputation in Mexico, fighting for a comeback longed for by its many thousands of fans, but also the teams blocking its way who are also determined to get there first, at all cost, come what may. Like Veracruz, in years past the First Division pace-setter, famed for the passion and loyalty of its fans, which has hired a player who is now without question Mexico's hottest soccer icon: Cuauhtemoc Blanco. He is hated by a heavy majority of Mexican fandom when he plays for the Club America team, or any other rival - but when he plays for Mexico's national team, that hate turns into boundless love. Another team committed to winning is Irapuato, current leader of the 2010 League, tied with Necaxa and separated only by a difference of goals scored. These teams have been battling each other in one of the most exciting finals in the League's recent history, going to the terminal stage of penalty kicks to decide who will come out the winner.
Throw into the mix of this soccer frenzy all the teams that MexicoTV broadcasts: Necaxa, Veracruz, Irapuato, Leon, Orizaba, Pumas Morelos, Tijuana, Correcaminos, Durango, Atlante UTN, and this promises to be one unforgettable season.
MexicoTV offers all of the excitement of the Liga de Ascenso, with games promising to keep audiences riveted to the edge of their seats.
MexicoTV's signal is distributed via satellite by DIRECTV Mas. It is available through a variety of cable systems such as: Comcast in Fresno, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Colorado, Denver, Chicago, Boston, Detroit, Eugene, Portland and Houston; on Time Warner Los Angeles, Austin, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Harlingen, Brownsville, Laredo and San Antonio; by TV Max in Houston and by Jackson Energy Authority in Jackson TN.
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