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Big D Daily: Cheering on the Impact in the CCL final

FCD is getting ready to take on Houston, without Blas Perez.

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

The week moves on here to a big night for MLS as Montreal hopes to win the CCL title in front of their home crowd. We may dive into that later but first here are your morning links.

// FC Dallas //

Diaz in a good place following first goal | Dallas Morning News

Sometimes all a good player like Mauro Diaz needs is to score a goal.

Acosta happy with going 90 minutes | FCDallas.com

While he had a couple nervous moments last week in Colorado, going 90 minutes was a big deal for Kellyn Acosta here as he hopes to get back into the US U-20 national team picture.

// MLS //

Impact uninterested in Club America's gripes | MLSSoccer.com

Tonight will certainly be an interesting night to see which team really shows up in this one. Montreal could have won the first leg in Mexico but they have to battle hard not to give up anything big tonight.

Memories of past cups fuel Montreal in CCL | SI.com

A nice trip down memory lane for some folks as the Impact get ready to take on Club America tonight.

Final notes on Week 8 | ESPNFC.com

Plenty of good notes from around the league in this one to wrap up last weekend.

LAFC looks to distance themselves from Chivas USA | The Goat Parade

I totally get where they are coming from in this situation but why on earth did they pass on taking over the old Chivas academy there in LA. Big mistake in my book on that item.

Florida House walks without stadium funding | The Mane Lane

Very disappointing news for Orlando yesterday but I'm sure they will work hard to get this stadium done.

Jackson's jersey was missing something last week | Waking the Red

Gregg Vanney said it was an oversight but it was rather interesting to see former FCD guy Jackson missing TFC's jersey sponsor BMO on his kit last weekend in Orlando.

Union fans are becoming their own worst enemies | The Brotherly Game

So things in Philadelphia are looking pretty grim right now with the Union. They have some talent but it seems like they continue to shoot themselves in the foot with each passing game. Then again their fanbase loves to complain about everything even when things are going well too.

Alright, that should do it for now. What do you all have to say?