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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, June 19, 2014

Spain is out of the World Cup, the same can be said about the Aussies and Cameroon.

Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Teams are starting to get eliminated from the 2014 World Cup while last night more MLS sides were involved in the US Open Cup.

// FC Dallas //

Seitz stands tall in USOC win | Soccerly

The second shutout of the year for the club oddly enough came in the USOC.

USOC Highlights |

Finally we have some footage of the win over San Antonio, here are some of the highlights from that game.

// MLS //

USOC roundup: SKC and Seattle roll |

No crazy upsets yesterday. All five MLS sides advances to the next round.

Montreal set to lose Bernardello | Mount Royal Soccer

Everything seems to continue to go wrong in Montreal this season. One of their main players is going to leave to Mexico apparently.

Giles Barnes files country switch |

The Dynamo forward is wanting to play for Jamaica instead of England. I can't say I blame him for that one.

// World Cup //

What happened in Brazil on Wednesday |

Probably the best recap from yesterday's events that you'll be able to read.

Stephen Colbert has Cup fever |

I love Colbert.

Cahill hits one of the best goals in the loss to Holland |

Unfortunately due to a yellow card that he picked up, Tim Cahill's World Cup is over. But dammit if he didn't have one of the best goals of the tournament before his exit.

Klinsmann sure the US can beat Portugal in Manaus |

Very curious to see what kind of Portugal shows up on Sunday, especially if Cristiano Ronaldo isn't fit.

Champions's curse? |

Spain joins a small line of recent champions that failed to get out of the group stage in the following World Cup (France in 2002, Italy in 2010).

Ronaldo having knee issues |

Two key injuries, one suspension and now potentially Ronaldo being out for Portugal? Ouch.

Chilean fans storm stadium |

A pretty interesting first hand take on the fans from Chile that tried (and failed) to get into yesterday's game.

With Spain out, odds for some teams improve |

Very cool infographic to look at this morning to see who's odds have improved after winning a game or two.