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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The US U-20s are through to the quarterfinals.

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It is setting up to be a big day for the US national team as they face off against Germany.

// FC Dallas //

After 10 months away, Keel ready to return | Dallas Morning News

It has been a long journey back to full strength for Stephen Keel. The timing of his return may have come at a great time for the club though.

Lionsraw Dallas to hold 24 hour marathon after Texas Derby |

Want to play soccer immediately after the Houston game later this month? Well, you are in luck my friends.

// MLS //

How Giovinco's start is stacking up against some MLS greats |

Sebastian Giovinco has been a big addition for Toronto this season, there is no doubt about that. Now we get to see how well he is doing against some big names in league history.

Donovan talks retirement and owning a MLS team |

I could see Landon Donovan owning a team one day, or at least being a minority owner of a club.

DCU and DC government celebrate stadium deal | Washington Business Journal

Everyone is happy about the latest deal, so when will we see shovels in the ground and dirt moving on this project?

Kaka assesses his MLS odyssey |

So far the results have been pretty good for Kaka in Orlando as he is leading a young expansion team as well as anyone could hope he would.

Pirlo denies MLS move | Fox Sports

So either he will or he won't be coming to MLS at this point. That is why they call it the silly season.

Columbus to abandon yellow home kits in 2016 | Massive Report

In probably the worst news of the day, the Crew are reportedly not going to wear yellow anymore.

// Women's World Cup //

The USWNT is broken and they can't skate by on talent forever |

I don't follow the US women close enough but I from what I do see when I do watch them is something that looks great on the surface that has many issues underneath.

// US U-20s //

Second half goal lifts the US over Colombia |

Kellyn Acosta and the boys are moving forward into the quarterfinals. Thankfully the foul called on Acosta late in the penalty box didn't hurt the US as Zach Steffan saved the PK attempt.  The US play Serbia on Sunday.