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Big D Daily: News for Monday, November 7, 2016

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And so the season comes to an end.

MLS: Playoffs-Seattle Sounders FC at FC Dallas Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

The dreams of a treble are over.

// FC Dallas //

FCD wins but comeback falls short against Seattle | Big D Soccer

We won the battle but Seattle won the war is how the saying may go. Whatever may come of this though we can truly say it was a special season. I know we’ll dive more into it in the coming weeks.

Pareja: We have been fighting for three tournaments | FCDallas.com

There is also no denying how many games FCD has played in this season. The 34 regular season games, the five in the USOC, the four in the CCL and then the two in the MLS playoffs. That my friends is a lot of games.

Akindele: Losing treble seems like a failure | MLSSoccer.com

I get Tesho’s comments. Hard pill to swallow when you’ve done so much already this season.

Game got too far from FC Dallas | MLSSoccer.com

Just like we’ve seen before in the playoffs, when you give up a road goal, it makes life really difficult.

First leg hole too much for FC Dallas | ESPNFC.com

You can’t spot a team like Seattle a three goal advantage in a two legged series. Simple as that.

Playoff disappointment should not overshadow FCD’s 2016 | FourFourTwo

Two titles in one season is nothing to feel down about.

Sounders are going to the conference finals after series win over Dallas | Sounder at Heart

And now from the other side of the ball from last night. A Seattle perspective on how the series went down.

// MLS //

Howard comes up huge in penalty kicks to beat LA | Burgundy Wave

Colorado climbed back in their series against LA and then took them to penalties where Tim Howard made a few big stops to seal the series win.

TFC dominates NYCFC 5-0 | Waking the Red

Can anyone stop Toronto right now in these playoffs? Seriously? I don’t think anyone can.

Piatti comes up big in win over Red Bulls | Mount Royal Soccer

Well, okay, if there is a club that could beat Toronto it is probably this Montreal team.

Marsch: I feel a big sense of disappointment | Once a Metro

FCD wasn’t the only one seed to crash out of the playoffs. New York never showed up in the series against Montreal and looked nothing like the club that went unbeaten between July and October.