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Big D Daily: News for Monday, March 9, 2015

Nothing like starting off the season with three points in the pocket.

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Once again, FC Dallas has kicked off the season with a strong start. We have plenty more to discuss from Saturday night but first lets get into some morning links.

// FC Dallas //

Perez gives FCD the never say die moment |

When leaders lead and do things like Blas Perez did on Saturday, good things happen as a result.

Young squad looks to Perez for lift |

Some out there have said that the youth on FCD could be a bad thing this season. I tend to disagree with that given the type of veteran leadership this team has.

Five reasons to root for FC Dallas | Dallas Observer

Not that any of you need another reason to root for the good guys but incase you need to convince a friend to begin rooting, maybe pass them some of these suggestions.

// MLS //

Week one from the Armchair Analyst |

Nothing really FCD related in this one but plenty of good comments from the first week of action in MLS.

Dempsey and Martins dominate for Seattle |

The big finish to the weekend wasn't as big as some might have hoped for, Seattle just absolutely put a beating on what most consider the best team in the Eastern Conference.

Kaka recuses a point for Lions |

I don't know about you but watching Sunday's debuts of NYCFC and Orlando was a good time. Both teams have plenty of flaws...I mean plenty of them. But at the same time, both are rather entertaining to watch. Also, kudos to 62,000+ for coming out to watch this one in Orlando.

Projecting the 20th MLS season | SoccerMetrics

One person already did a simulation of the season...I think I'd take 3rd place for FCD in the West. Though I don't buy Chicago finishing second in the East. Also, it is funny that they added SC to Colorado's name. Grain of salt with this one guys, grain of salt.

MLS and the great technical director gamble | 91st Minute Blog

MLS teams love to go after the guy that used to be on the field to run a club these days. A majority of the teams in the league employ former players as TDs.

Why the USL holds the keys to MLS's future | Eight by Eight

I think a lot of the future for MLS goes hand-in-hand with the future of the USL as well. I still believe that a couple NASL teams will end up back in the USL before it is said and done too.

Union nearly went on strike |

A couple comments from those involved in last week's talks. This time they really did come close to pushing the red panic button.

Warshaw's take on the CBA | Athletes Talk

Lets just say that former FCD midfielder Bobby Warshaw wasn't happy with the new CBA.

Alright, that appears to be it for now. What do you have to say today?