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Big D Daily: News for Friday, November 4, 2015

One final game for MLS is this weekend.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Ah the week has flown by here as we're at Friday.

// FC Dallas //

Clavijo: We didn't have a top goal scorer in 2015 | Dallas Morning News

Like we mentioned on here yesterday, finding that guy that can pump in at least 15 goals in a season is key this offseason.

Clavijo talks roster moves |

I talked to Fernando a while back (like in August) about the roster, he mentioned then he had already been working on what to do for 2016 and beyond. The guy has a plan, lets just hope it is a good one.

Extension means everything to Acosta |

One big part of the roster news yesterday was the announcement of Kellyn Acosta getting re-upped on a new deal. He joins the list of Homegrown players like Moises Hernandez to get new deals.

// MLS //

Garber reflects on an epic year in MLS |

The State of the League address was yesterday morning as well, plenty to go over in this one.

Garber sits down with ESPNFC |

Even more info to take in as Don Garber made the media rounds this week at ESPN. Even bigger bummer not seeing FCD make this final as he was passing out Portland and Columbus kits left and right up there.

MLS to keep eye on FIFA dates |

And another one from Garber here as he discuses the league schedule for next year.

Why Columbus is hosting MLS Cup | Fox Soccer

Some folks need the explanation, so here it is. That Decision Day result for Columbus was so key in all of this.

Parkhurst looking to make most of this Cup trip | Massive Report

Michael Parkhurst was apart of those New England teams that went to a lot of Cup finals. I know I'd like to see him win it this year since FCD didn't make it to the final.

Three things to watch for in MLS Cup | Stumptown Footy

To get the Portland side of things for this weekend, this is a good place to start.

Silva leaving Salt Lake for Liga MX | Black and Red United

Former DCU and RSL midfielder Luis Silva is doing what most expected him to do this offseason, head to Mexico.