We’re walking a mile in Luchi’s shoes in this series, taking over FC Dallas in Football Manager 2020 and documenting one month at a time.
It hasn’t even been two weeks yet, but already the stoppage in MLS play seems endless for fans and players.
Football Manager has been one of my favorite games to play for the best part of thirty years way back before a nasty divorce with Eidos forced the game to lose its Championship Manager moniker.
The current MLS stoppage due to the Coronavirus has brought FC Dallas, its players, and staff to a place they’ve never been before.
Peter, Dan, and Buzz avoid the Corona, discuss FCD’s bothersome 2-2 draw vs Montreal, what we would have seen in Yankee Stadium, discuss the cancellation of soccer and women’s locker-rooms.
It’s a beautiful day for training today, temps max out in the low 80s. The sun is shining and it’s just fantastic to be outside.
Toyota Stadium saw visits from a Super Bowl winning head coach, a $100m Galactico, and a World Cup winner as visiting coach, but it was a 17-year-old who stole the headlines at the death.
In their 2020 MLS home opener, FC Dallas hosted the Philadelphia Union and game away with a solid, if unspectacular, win.
MLS roster compliance day isn’t until Friday, but for FC Dallas it’s happened already.
Cal Jennings was missing from FC Dallas training today and according to Coach Luchi Gonzalez won’t be offered a first-team contract.