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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, June 25, 2015

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One more day until FC Dallas is back in Frisco.

Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

You can nearly hear it and smell it. Tomorrow's home game for FC Dallas can't come soon enough.

// FC Dallas //

Home sweet home | FCDallas.com

Players discuss what it means to be back at home this weekend as they take on Houston.

Zendejas proving he deserves minutes | MLSSoccer.com

Alex Zendejas took the opportunity with all the international call ups recently to prove exactly why FCD signed him at 17.

// MLS //

Parkhurst calls out New England turf | The Bent Musket

I've always been told by some players in the league that the Revs have easily the worst turf. I'd argue that Vancouver's is pretty bad too but it is always fun to hear players comment on it to the public like this.

Crew end slide with win over Revs | Massive Report

On the flip side, the Crew came from behind to down New England to end their slump. Now it appears the Revs are in a bit of a slump of their own.

Galaxy crush Timbers | LAG Confidential

Geez, what has gotten into LA in the last week or so? Ten goals in the last two games after downing a pretty good Portland team 5-0 last night. I suppose LA is back on track here.

Union down Sounders | Sounder at Heart

Seattle was obviously missing some of its big guns up top with the injury to Obafemi Martins and the suspension to Clint Dempsey. But boy was this the shocker of the night.

Orlando cruises to win over the Rapids | The Mane Land

The woes continue for Colorado with another loss, while the expansion Lions are starting to come around in good form.

Toronto DPs combine for big win over Montreal | Waking the Red

All three DPs helped pitch in for a 3-1 win last night in the 401 Derby. In this case, I guess Toronto got what they paid for.

United down Fire to stay on top of standings | Black and Red United

Some how D.C. United continue to come up with results.

Villa on the Pirlo rumors | ESPNFC.com

David Villa would welcome Andrea Pirlo to NYC. I still laugh at the thought of those two and Frank Lampard and how they would combine to be a heck of a Champions League squad in 2008.

Signing Pirlo is something NYCFC simply cannot refuse | Goal.com

I still see a good two years left in Pirlo if he comes to MLS. I know he is old but he would be one of those rare veterans that would be worth signing.