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Antonio Mohamed will try to give America their 12th title during the 2014 Apertura, but the task won't be easy.
Mohamed's continuity only means the board of directors are hoping that he has the same results as Miguel Herrera, who secured his first title at the 2013 Clausura, after two seasons in front of the club.
America will kick off the 2014 Apertura without Juan Carlos Medina and Francisco Rodriguez, as they were transferred to Atlas and Cruz Azul, respectively.
The big news is the arrival of Oribe Peralta, of course. The former Santos Laguna striker has been a one of the most prolific footballers of the Liga MX in recent years.
Although Peralta wasn't as sharp as expected during the 2014 World Cup, he will definitively make a great partnership with Raul Jimenez, if the latter doesn't leave to Wolfsburg, as suggested by German newspaper WAZ (via Stephan Uersfeld of ESPN FC).
Las Aguilas are always expected to fight for the title, and this season will be no different, especially after Peralta's signing.