A new week and now a new month as we enter into June.
// FC Dallas //
There is no getting around Friday's performance. It was bad all the way through.
A little ICYMI for the morning, as we looked to see what exactly is going on with this club right now.
// MLS //
Matt Doyle checks in with his usual weekend recap and there are some thoughts from the loss at SKC, though it centers more around what SKC is doing these days than what is going wrong here in Dallas.
Things have been going pretty well for New England these days but one guy seems to not be so happy. I'll continue to say it, come back to Dallas Lee.
Portland had a nice win over the weekend but they still have needs to fill and if they can get another quality player on the books, it may have them reach the post season this year.
This news came down Friday afternoon but it is a big deal. Orlando will now privately finance their stadium and it will be the second biggest in MLS too (not including the likes of Seattle or New England's NFL venues).
The interesting note in this one is that Kraft is looking for Boston to fit the bill and own the stadium here instead of him.
// FIFA //
A pretty interesting mix of European, Mexican and MLS guys in this month's roster for the Germany and Holland friendlies.
Ha. Stay classy Jack, stay classy.
Alright, that should do it for now. What do you all have to say this morning?