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An NBA-branded soccer league in Mexico has fallen short of expectations, and it’s not helping its popularity.

The league, known as Liga MX Liga MX, is owned by the Mexican government and has struggled to keep up with the demand for the sport in the country.

A $3 million investment has led to a spike in soccer-specific attendance at matches, but that has fallen below expectations, according to a report from Axios.

The government is now trying to figure out how to improve its league, which is the biggest in the world.

It is now considering raising ticket prices, as well as changing the league’s name to something less controversial, according the Axios report.

Liga MX LigaMX is owned and operated by the government of Mexico and it has struggled for fansThe league is the third-largest in the Americas and has more than 25 million members in the United States and Canada.

But the popularity of the sport has been falling for years, according a report published in March from Forbes.

The league has been losing ground in the US and Canada since the 2014 World Cup.

The sports world is in the midst of a similar struggle to MLS, the biggest league in the U.S.

A league expansion is on the horizon and fans are clamoring for the league to succeed.

MLS has struggled in recent years, having been a hotbed for corruption scandals in the league.

The latest allegations are just one of many scandals in a sport that is viewed as more of a show than a sport.