πŸ—ž Oribe Peralta’s retirement on today’s covers

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We review the covers of some sports media in Mexico, so that you stay well informed with what you need to know about Liga MX and the national team.

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Do not miss the most important news in Mexican soccer this Thursday.


Record: The goodbye of a great

Oribe Peralta announced his retirement on Wednesday, after 19 years of his debut and various titles, including the Olympic gold medal.


Court: “Thank you Oribe”

After 19 years of career, Oribe Peralta leaves a wide legacy, although he will always be remembered for the gold in London 2012.


THIS: Peralta’s farewell

In addition to the Olympic gold, for what more will be remembered, Oribe Peralta also won championships with Santos Laguna and AmΓ©rica.

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