This should be fun tonight as the U-23s go for RIo when they host Colombia.
// FC Dallas //
Nine points out of a possible 12 in March. Not bad at all when you look at things. But things only get tougher from here on out as the schedule moves on.
It shouldn't be a shocker that with only six goals scored over the weekend in MLS due to the lower number of games, that all three FCD goals would be nominees this week.
It is always fun to see others write about how well the youth movement is going here in Dallas.
// MLS //
Another important thing to go vote for today is the league's POM for March. Mauro Diaz is up against guys like Andre Blake, Joao Plata, Ignicio Piatti and Andrew Wenger. Oddly enough, FCD beat two of the four guys Diaz is up against.
Good news out of Utah as rookie midfielder Omar Holness is doing well after Saturdays' scary incident involving him having a seizure on the field.
As much as I've wanted to see him in MLS over the years, I'm kind of at the point where I don't care anymore and just would rather teams spend their money on younger players.
Not only is the city in Southern California looking to keep their NFL team but also find a way to build a new stadium for a soccer team as well.
// USMNT //
Right now the US U-23s are in a good spot with a 1-1 scoreline. That early goal in Colombia was huge from an away-goals stand point.
If they think they're bad in Columbus for tonights USMNT game against Guatemala, just wait until they see the crowd for the U-23s in Frisco later this evening.
While it is hard to argue against that, who do you replace him with right away?
I'm sure the result will happen for the US tonight but I can almost count on it being ugly.