Analytics are all the rage these days and while I do think they are useful, I tend to use them after I’ve developed a theory.
As we continue to celebrate the 25th season of FC Dallas, we’re on to Part VII of our top 5 player rankings by position.
There have only been two domestic sides that have won the prestigious and incredibly difficult Dallas Cup Gordon Jago Super Group.
While he wasn’t unanimous, there is still a clear and decisive linking mid winner who got 5 of the 8 top votes.
3rd Degree contributor Austin Banks (@MisterKranks) brings us the delicious FC Dallas content today with a Paxton Pomykal all-touch video against the Montreal Impact.
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.
We’ve talked for years about the importance of difference makers.
It’s weird this early in the season, but this game against Montreal Impact was pretty much a must-win game.
US Soccer has announced the 23 man roster for Jason Kreis’ US Olympic team for Qualfyiers and FC Dallas’ Reggie Cannon, Paxton Pomykal, and Jesus Ferreira were named to the squad.