It was a busy winter for FC Dallas, as eight players departed, four signed, and two players were brought back on new deals. Dallas took…
If you stand pat in MLS, if you stick with what you got, if you embrace “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” then you will go backward in the standings and everyone will get fired.
This week on the on 3rd Degree the Podcast, your hosts – Peter Welpton, Dan Crooke, and Buzz Carrick – begin the dive into the off-season content with a big picture look at the FC Dallas franchise.
The FC Dallas decision to decline the options on Francis Atuahene and Callum Montgomery – the number four overall MLS SuperDraft picks from 2018 and 2019 – underscores the recent FC Dallas draft failures.
If you’re like me, you sit around in your spare time thinking about soccer.
The FC Dallas season has come to an end and you can expect roster moves to happen pretty quick.
FC Dallas went to Seattle hoping to make a first Western Conference final in five years – incidentally the only time Dallas knocked Seattle out of the MLS Cup Playoffs – but it was the heavily favored Sounders making their fourth final in five seasons.
Sixth-seed FC Dallas (9-6-7, 34 points) visits third-seed Portland Timbers (11-6-6, 39 points) in the first round of the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs tonight at 9:00PM CT at Providence Park.
FC Dallas is a few days away from traveling to one of the cathedrals of American soccer, but Providence Park will be missing its choir.
Well that was unpleasant. FC Dallas once again produced a stinker on the final day of the regular season.