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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Montreal gets their emergency keeper and more from around the league.

Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

It is Tuesday here, no time to waste as we have plenty to get to today.

// FC Dallas //

Hedges hits his 100th start with FCD |

A little fact from last weekend, Matt Hedges earned his 100th start with the club. He's the 22nd player in team history to do that. My gut tells me he will be one of the few to hit 200 before it is all said and done. Maybe even more than that.

Dellorusso talks Garcia loan | Dallas Morning News

Here is some more info on the Danny Garcia loan to Arizona and how their coach is reacting to the addition.

// MLS //

New angle on Blas Perez red card |

I think it is safe to say that it may have been wasteful for FCD to appeal this thing. Definitely not what we had hoped for out of a new video angle in this one.

Bradley maintains faith in TFC despite slow start |

Well, yeah, I guess someone has to be captain positive here. But at least they did pick up three points in Orlando last weekend.

Bush's suspension upheld by CONCACAF | Mount Royal Soccer

Montreal got CONCACAF'ed in this one.

Montreal get goalkeeper from NASL for the CCL game | Montreal Impact

The Impact have a new keeper to help them out tomorrow night in the CCL final. Its pretty crazy how quickly you can add someone to a roster in the CCL too by the way.

Red card to Taylor, its either legit or totally wack | Dynamo Theory

FCD isn't the only one dealing with a red card going into this week's Derby match. Houston had a pretty rough red card call on defender Jermaine Taylor as well. To be fair, that one was a lot tougher to call but it was probably the right one.

The importance of a soccer specific stadium | The Mane Land

In response the potential money not available for Orlando's new stadium, one writer in Florida shares why a soccer-only stadium is important to them.

Garber sees expansion announcements by the end of the season | Fox Soccer

I missed this one yesterday but here is more from the media roundtable that happened last week. Sounds like we'll know more about LAFC, Miami and maybe one more by the end of the year.

Grassroots effort through the concrete in Detroit | Howler

I love what is going on in some parts of the country right now with grassroots teams lead by fans in cities like Detroit, Nashville and San Fransisco.

Alright, that should do it for today. What is going on with you folks?