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Big D Daily: News for Monday March 10, 2014

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FCD opens the season with a win.

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The first Monday after the start of the regular season feels pretty decent. FC Dallas earned a win on Saturday, so the mood around these parts is not bad.

Time to get started this week with some morning links.

// FC Dallas //

Reserves down Montreal 2-0 | FCDallas.com

I had every intentions of writing a full recap of this yesterday but never got to it. Sorry about that. Still, the reserves looked pretty strong in this one.

Hernandez recaps his first start | FCDallas.com

Even though he was out of position on the night, Moises Hernandez looked good to me. Kid is going to be a stud in this league.

The Final Word | FCD.tv

A nice quick recap from the FCD digital team (who are doing some great work by the way these days).

Impact rue soft goals in loss | MLSSoccer.com

Aside from one or two guys, that Montreal team has a lot of work to do this year. A lot.

Mauro Diaz introduced himself to the league | MLSSoccer.com

Indeed he is everything you want in a No.10.

// MLS //

Rimando denies Donovan record | SI.com

One just does not take a penalty kick against Nick Rimando and walk away with a goal.

Three things learned this weekend | MLSSoccer.com

Some solid observations from around the league this weekend.

Colorado finally names their head coach | MLSSoccer.com

It sure did take them long enough to do this.

Full MLS recap | SBNation.com

Plenty of goals in Week 1 around Major League Soccer.

Highlights from every game this weekend | Fox Soccer

If you need highlights (not the magazine in your dentists office), then look no further.

// MISC //

Rob Ford has trouble with daylight savings time | Uproxx.com

To his credit, DST is the worst.

And finally our stadium tour takes us to England with Millwall's The Den.

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Feel free to use this thread for your daily discussion, we'll have plenty more talk from the Montreal game later today.