In the past, there was a sense of optimism surrounding La Liga, and the Liga MX was the only league that seemed to have any chance of making a significant comeback.
But now, that’s not the case.
The Liga MX is struggling to find its footing in terms of its commercial value.
The league has struggled to get off the ground, with a record amount of losses and no major sponsors.
And it’s unclear if there will be a league championship for the league next season, even though there are five teams competing in the semifinals.
La Liga has already lost two-thirds of its members to other leagues, with some of those players reportedly unhappy with their new teams, and some players have left for clubs in Europe.
While the league was the first to introduce a broadcast deal in 2016, that deal has now expired, and there is no longer a viable alternative to ESPN.
The league has also struggled to find a consistent broadcast partner.ESPN announced it was selling its rights to the league last year, and in doing so, it handed the league its biggest single asset.
But as the league struggles financially, it could be that the league will not find a permanent partner for the 2017 season.