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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, December 17, 2015

The second round of the Re-Entry Draft is today.

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The offseason fun will really ramp up today with the Re-Entry Draft.

// FC Dallas //

Fernando Clavijo: its your turn | 3rd Degree

A few moves have already been made but the fact of the matter is that Clavijo and the club have a lot of money to play with here as they move towards 2016.

Clavijo discusses Kennedy and other roster moves |

The phrase 'we're not done yet' sounds good on paper but they better be active between now and February. I mean real active in getting some players.

// MLS //

Atlanta picks up former Orlando City GM |

A very interesting move here by Atlanta as they now have a Director of Soccer and a Technical Director in the same front office.

Moor lands in Toronto | Waking the Red

This could go down as one of the more underrated moves this offseason. Drew Moor was a prized free agent if there ever was a such a thing in this league and he immediately improves that Toronto defense from a skill perspective and a leadership one.

Montreal turns down offer for Piatti |

I wouldn't have guessed that Montreal would be fielding offers for Ignacio Piatti this winter but seeing that they turned down a $5 million offer for him is rather surprising.

Lets bring the Club World Cup to Seattle | Sounder at Heart

I have long wondered why the US hasn't been in the running for the winter Club tournament when places like Japan always seem to get it.

Clyde Simms: I finally feel like me again | Black and Red United

If you need a good pick-me-up story to start the day, this is the one. Great to hear that our friend Clyde is doing well following some surgeries recently.

Louisville has sights set on a MLS move | SBI Soccer

I love USL teams (and NASL teams for that matter) that have goals and ambitions to move up to MLS some day. With the league expanding to 28 clubs, the race for those expansion slots will only continue to get hotter and hotter. While Louisville isn't a massive market, I do think they are an intriguing one to consider.