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Big D Daily: News for Monday, January 25, 2016

Preseason is off to a fun start.

FC Dallas/Olivia Brestal

FC Dallas began preseason training over the weekend.

// FC Dallas //

Why there needs to be a FCD lifestyle |

A bit of a in case you missed it over the weekend as one of our new writers dives into some things that could be better with the culture of the club.

Perseverance pays off for FCD in landing Gruezo |

It isn't every day or even every season that FCD goes out and buys a player for over a million dollars. Its been a long time since they last paid this much money on a player.

Urruti: Dallas has deserved a title for years now |

Another newcomer had some words to say about his new club. Nice words too.

Pareja after day one of the preseason |

In some ways it feels like ages since we last heard Oscar Pareja speak. Its certainly good to be back.

Shopping continues for FCD |

The midfield looks pretty set after the last two signings but there is still work left to do.

// MLS //

Brek, New England and San Jose's new DP |

Matt Doyle is starting to do his usual preseason material where he looks at a couple teams at a time. This one is interesting for those curious about our old pal Brek Shea.

Drogba joins Montreal for preseason |

The other big saga in MLS this offseason has been Didier Drogba and whether or not he was leaving the Impact to return to Chelsea. It looks like right now he'll be with the Impact.

Revs quiet about new DP | The Bent Musket

When owners or front office folks hype up a potential DP signing, it gets fans excited. But when it drags on a bit longer than fans would like, then things get a bit interesting. New England fans are currently in the state of 'what the hell is going on?'

Keane compares Arena to Sir Alex Ferguson |

Honestly, that is a fair comparison when you really think about it in terms of impact on a team and league.

Klinsmann would welcome opportunity to talk to MLS owners |

I wouldn't be at all surprised if this eventually happens. Both sides need to come together to work towards a common goal and both need to really hear the other out.