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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, December 30, 2014

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Entering the final hours of 2014.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

There are only so many more hours left in this calendar year. Crazy to think how far things have come since this point a year ago. Lets get into some morning headlines to begin wrapping up this year.

// FC Dallas //

Year-end quiz | FCDallas.com

Bored at work today? Bored at home? Either way here is a little quiz from this past year.

// MLS //

Sounders add English veteran to their back line | MLSSoccer.com

For right now, this signing feels very 'meh' out of the Sounders. But then again any move outside of Dallas feels that way to me at the present moment. The real craziness will start soon enough everywhere.

Issues facing the Eastern Conference in 2015 | Stumptown Footy

We have a general idea where things stand in our conference but our pals over at the Timbers blog took it upon themselves to see what was going on this winter in the Eastern Conference.

Where will Mix play in 2015 | American Soccer News

He won't be at Rosenberg, he also may not be in Mexico. So where on Earth will that hair end up?

The next stadium targets for MLS | Goal.com

I missed this one back before Christmas, so it is a tad old. But overall I love this list of stadium ideas for MLS going forward outside of the expansion clubs. Seeing Chicago on there instead of Dallas is also a boost. Anyone will tell you that stadium is in a horrible location. Too bad the Fire are about 15 years away from probably being able to do anything about it.

Potential Sounder stadium locations | Sounder At Heart

Speaking of stadiums, one that wasn't on that list is a thought for Seattle's stadium future. I've been saying for a couple years now that eventually Seattle would move out of CenturyLink. I always got odd looks when I said that from people but maybe I wasn't so crazy after all.

Can Orlando become the team of the South? | The Mane Land

This is a pretty open and honest question for those in Florida, and I guess other parts of the Southeast. I'd say once Atlanta comes in there will be more competition for this idea but for now City has the chance to really make a claim to the region.

Minnesota decision could be a big test for Garber | Twin Cities

One group wants to use a roofed NFL stadium, the other wants to build an open-air stadium. Either way Don Garber has a big decision to make in 2015.

Alright, that is all that I have for now folks. What is going on with you all today?