FC Dallas announced the re-signing of Homegrown midfielder Victor Ulloa on Friday.
To make room for Ulloa, the club also placed Homegrown defender London Woodberry on the injured reserve with a hamstring injury.
Ulloa native signed with FC Dallas as a Homegrown player on July 30, 2010. Ulloa made his MLS debut at San Jose in October 2011, playing nine minutes as a second-half substitute. That same year Ulloa led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes (900) by playing every minute of every match and ended the season with two assists for the 6-4-0 squad, which was then coached by current FC Dallas head coach Oscar Pareja.
Ulloa earned a contract thanks to his work in the preseason this year. He'll still be a bit further down in the depth charts as he will be behind the likes of Hendry Thomas, Adam Moffat, Andrew Jacobson and Peter Luccin. Pareja obviously saw enough that he liked out of Ulloa in preseason to give him a new contract, so in a way this is good to hear that he was willing to work for it.
Now the question may be, does the club loan him out to get him more minutes? Only time will tell but let's welcome Victor back to the club.