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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Plenty of news and notes from around MLS.

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

We're going to put the Portland loss behind us after today with a couple more items from that match to discuss but first we have our morning links to dive into.

// FC Dallas //

April scarf of the month | FCDallas.com

Please, just take my money. Seriously, this may be one of the best scarves FCD has done yet in this monthly program. Right up there for me with last April's 'Come and Take It' scarf.

Pareja gives his side of the Tissue story | MLSSoccer.com

Good to see that Oscar Pareja contacted Alexi Lalas about all of this. I really hope our supporters this weekend find creative ways to use the tissues on Friday with Colorado in town.

// MLS //

Instant Replay for week 5 | MLSSoccer.com

Your usual check in on Tuesday from Simon Borg. I'm rather bummed that Borg didn't even touch on the second Portland goal being offside.

Should Pablo Mastroeni be sacked? | Burgundy Wave

Woah, the fans are certainly getting restless in Colorado these days. They haven't won a game since the middle part of last year, so there is reason for some fans to feel this way about their second year manager. But come on, you can't give up on that glorious mustache yet.

The Rapids may be a sinking ship | 91st Minute

No goals to start the 2015 season either for the Rapids. But up until this past weekend against New England, no goals given up either.

Rapids in the market for Carlos Puyol? | Denver Post

Man, that is one way to get some folks excited about your team, by getting a Barcelona guy. Too bad it seems like there has been no offer made to Puyol.

Orlando interested in Jaiver Hernandez | Daily Mail

I continue to say that Chicharito would be a huge, huge hit here in Dallas. Sadly, the Hunts aren't in the market for a pretty pricey Mexican player like Hernandez though.

Rogers wants to help FIFA on LGBT issues | Outsports

Good luck Robbie. Good luck.

What history says about Montreal's lead in the CCL | MLSSoccer.com

Montreal is back in CCL action tonight as they travel to Costa Rica for the second leg of their semifinal series. They have a 2-0 lead going into the match, which begs the question, can they escape and advance? Lets all put on our Impact hats and root for them tonight. For the good of MLS.

Alright, that is all that I have for now, what do you have to say this morning?