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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, September 10, 2014

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The prep work for Saturday's game is gearing up as FC Dallas look to snap a two-game losing streak.

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We're half way there folks, almost time to see FC Dallas beat Vancouver but first we have some morning links to dive into.

// FC Dallas //

Cabrera unlikely to play this season | Dallas Morning News

While the lead in this article is all about Dario Sala's new adventure in Florida, the bigger note for some of you may be how newly acquired Walter Cabrera may not play at all this season. No injury listed, just adjustment to MLS is all. Oh boy, at least that one was a loan.

Ticket deal to close out regular season | FCDallas.com

I don't normally hype up ticket deals but this one looks pretty good for the average fan to gobble up. Most of you won't need this link but you should pass it on to your friends that may be interested in going.

// MLS //

Dynamo eying a USL team in McAllen, Texas | MLSSoccer.com

I'm not sure if this is just an affiliate that they plan on running or if this will basically be their reserve team playing in McAllen. Either way, this is a smart looking move for the Dynamo to do. McAllen is an area that has some good soccer in it, not to mention some Mexicans cross the border to play there.

Cubo Torres gets his Mexican debut | MLSSoccer.com

Erick Torres made his international debut last night with Mexico. Good for him.

Magee's season comes to an end | SBNation.com

Tough break for last year's MVP as Mike Magee is going to be out for several month due to a hip surgery.

Fire snag former Liverpool striker | Hot Time In Old Town

You're going to see a few signings like this before Monday's roster freeze. A free agent signing, I'm not expecting much at all from this one.

Toronto is a mess, again | SBNation.com

Toronto is just going to Toronto. A month ago I thought they were a playoff team, now it looks like they'll crash out of it yet again.

Quakes land Uruguayan right back | SJEarthquakes.com

To me, this move says we're planning more for next year than a playoff run. But to be fair right back has been a trouble spot for the Quakes all season thanks to injuries.

Alright, that is all for now, feel free to comment below.