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Big D Daily: News for Monday, May 19, 2014

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Another busy week lies ahead for FC Dallas.

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

We're pushing through the busy month of May as we begin another week with two games. FC Dallas hits the road today to travel to LA as they'll face the Galaxy on Wednesday followed by a trip to Salt Lake on Saturday.

// FC Dallas //

FCD snaps losing streak with draw | Soccerly

It was never pretty but at least the losing streak is over.

Step in the right direction | Dallas Soccer News

While Fabian Castillo can be down right frustrating to watch at times, his goal on Saturday was certainly a good thing and hopefully a sign of things to come.

Castillo's performance was brave |

Carrying an injury and he scores a goal. Lets just hope we don't get a press release today or tomorrow telling us he is out too. (Yes, something I didn't mention last week, from now on, all FCD injury updates will come via press release from the club. They aren't allowing media to ask about injuries at this time. Lame.)

Down but not out |

Pareja praises Castillo's effort.

// MLS //

The unchosen make MLS burn in Week 11 |

Funny how Jermain Defoe, Eddie Johnson and Obafemi Martins all scored in the first week of the World Cup camps that they were all snubbed from attending. I fully expect these three to have a strong month and a half here.

Goals, goals, goals |

Why didn't FCD push harder for Lee Nguyen when they had the chance years ago? Geez.

Busch's priceless reaction to Martin's goal |

This may be the highlight of the week. And not because the goal was ridiculous.

Building a winner or buying one, Toronto suggests both |

It is still tough to gage where TFC is going here at 4-4-0 on the season. Good at times and then equally as bad the next.

Beasley placed on transfer list |

Come Beasley, just return to MLS already.

Javier Morales and the fountain of youth | RSL Soapbox

Unbeaten in 11 games this season, a lot of it has to do with how Morales is playing.