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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, August 25, 2015

The week rolls on as FCD gets set for a visit from RSL.

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday, FCD revealed more information on tickets for 2016. Fun, fun.

// FC Dallas //

More sections revealed in 2016 ticket pricing | FCDallas.com

So DFE is moving over a couple sections on the West Stand (honestly, that is a good thing) and we're seeing more ticket price increases across the board. My gut tells me a lot of things will sort themselves out in the end.

Academy players find summer training vital | FCDallas.com

In other news, this is a good thing to read about going into the rest of the week as we see that plenty of FCD academy players have been training with the first club recently. I will continue state that I think at least one gets signed by the end of the season. Just a hunch.

// MLS //

Atlanta United FC find out new name of home stadium | MLSSoccer.com

So far, outside of the name of the club, Atlanta has done just about everything right. Now, their shiny new stadium will be getting a big time sponsor.

Poku remains the one positive on a tough NYCFC expansion season | ESPNFC.com

Not many knew the name Kwadwo Poku before this season but after four goals and seven assists in the last few months, a lot of people are talking more about him than about the big DPs there in NYC.

LA are once again the title favorites | ESPNFC.com

I was thinking this thought well before their last three games.

The Union have parted ways with keeper M'Bolhi | Brotherly Game

Some have said this was the worst signing in the Union's history. If that may be the case, they have finally rid themselves of him and now look to one of their other many keepers to do the trick.

Klinsmann working to get players released for Olympic qualifying | Stars and Stripes FC

I'd be curious to see if Walker Zimmerman has played his way out of a spot on this roster. Time will tell.

US soccer announces two new youth initiatives | MLSSoccer.com

Some very interesting changes taking place in youth soccer from birth age to field size depending on age group. I'm very curious to see how this goes for the development of the game in this country. I do like it idea of the birth age change though.