The Dallas Sidekicks have already begun their 2020-2021 Major Arena Soccer League campaign, an abbreviated season featuring a smaller slate of teams.
The Mesquite Outlaws have made the decision official: they will not be participating in the upcoming 2020/21 MASL Season. The Outlaws join a growing list…
Tatu’s signing as the inaugural head coach for the Mesquite Outlaws last summer was hardly a surprise but it signaled a change in the local indoor soccer weather.
The Major Arena Soccer League, home to the Dallas Sidekicks and Mesquite Outlaws, has ended its season effective immediately, with teams having between 1 and 4 matches left unplayed.
The Dallas Sidekicks finally found a way to beat their expansion rivals, the Mesquite Outlaws.
The Outlaws have won all three of their match-ups against the storied Sidekicks, and have been competitive in almost every other match against some of the best teams in the league.
The Mesquite Outlaws beat the Dallas Sidekicks for the third time, once again scoring seven goals, to take the MASL Texas Derby in convincing fashion.
Anthony Powell of the Mesquite Outlaws and Fort Worth Vaqueros has been named to the latest US Fustal camp.
In the second installment of the Texas Derby between the iconic Dallas Sidekicks and the newest league team, the Mesquite Outlaws, the new team once again beat the old, this time by a very convincing score and at the Sidekicks’ home field.
In the first meeting between the Dallas Sidekicks and the expansion Mesquite Outlaws, it was the newcomers who had the experience and depth, out pacing the Sidekicks in multiple phases of the game.