Once again the fantastic work of 3rd Degree photographer Matt Visinsky.
FC Dallas made it nine Texas Derby home games unbeaten (6W, 3D) behind goals from both of the team’s recent big-money signings on Saturday night.
Luchi Gonzalez’s next man up mentality was tested as Head Athletic Trainer Tracy Coleman saw more time on the field than the substitutes in a bruising game against Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday.
As FC Dallas has returned to play the past two weeks, a team whose midfield ingenuity and speed of play had impressed a year ago, has looked broken.
After Wednesday’s disappointing game against Nashville, Coach Luchi Gonzalez swapped back to his favored 4-3-3 formation to help bolster the Los Toros attack
With the FC Dallas announcement this week that the club was bringing in Andrés Ricaurte from DIM, it could be argued the move signals a shift in philosophy for Los Toros.
Since FC Dallas is back, 3rd Degree resident photog Matt Visinsky is back bringing us the pics from Wednesday night’s game.
Oh man, is it good to be back watching soccer and writing The Breakdown.
Nashville SC notched the club’s first MLS win in the first-ever meeting between FC Dallas and the Tennesse side in a low scoring affair in Frisco on Wednesday night.
As practices begin to ramp up and we inch ever closer to [[[the]]] MLS is Back Tournament, the elephant of a question still remains, who should FC Dallas start at striker, Zdenek Ondrasek or Franco Jara?