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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, March 17, 2016

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Hopefully the luck of the Irish will be with you today.

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I hope you are wearing green today.

// FC Dallas //

Academy tournaments take center stage this week | FCDallas.com

Not only does the FCD academy have the Dallas Cup super group kicking off this weekend, but they also have a date in the Generation adidas Cup as well. That is just the main academy teams too, there are a slew of FCD teams in the Dallas Cup this year.

// MLS //

Dropba will join the Impact in Frisco, complete story | Mount Royal Soccer

Time to get really amped up for this weekend with the Impact coming into town. We touched on the Drogba being apart of the Impact's squad for this weekend, now we get a little more to the story.

High Five: Wenger, Impact and more | FCDallas.com

Here is Steve Davis' latest for the FCD website on what is going on in MLS. He brings up some good points about this Montreal team too that we should keep in mind for Saturday.

Is it time to panic for 0-2 teams? | MLSSoccer.com

In some small way, yes it is. I would definitely be freaking out a bit if I were New York and I were 0-2.

Okugo training with DCU | Black and Red United

Amobi Okugo was released a couple weeks back by SKC, much to everyone's surprise. Now he is floating around looking for a new home and it may very well be with DCU.

Dynamo excited by quick start in 2016 | ESPNFC.com

Yep, you score eight goals in two games and a lot of people will be excited. I don't see them keeping that up though over the next couple of weeks.

Torres fighting for a place in Houston | ESPNFC.com

But speaking of the Dynamo again for a moment (yuck), Erick Torres continues to rot away on their bench despite the larger amounts of goals being scored over the last two weeks. My gut tells me he gets traded at some point this year.

Warshaw joins USL side | Local 21

Our old pal Bobby Warshaw is back in the US playing in the USL now with the Harrisburg City Islanders, proving you can go home again.

// FIFA //

FIFA admits votes for World Cups were bought | SI.com

And of course there is no plan on a re-vote for any of those World Cups in questions. Fun.