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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, March 9, 2016

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The rain is pushing through Dallas this week.

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

It is a bit nasty outside in the Metroplex today as FC Dallas gets ready to battle Houston this weekend.

// FC Dallas //

Could Castillo return to the field this weekend? | Dallas Morning News

Well, it sounds more optimistic after yesterday that Fabian Castillo's injury wasn't as bad as we once thought. I'd still hold him out a couple weeks to be safe though.

How FCD used the rain to their benefit on Tuesday | Dallas Morning News

A real nasty storm blew through the area yesterday as I am sure most of you are aware. FCD was suppose to have morning training during that time but instead found other ways to be productive.

Get used to these types of celebrations | FCDallas.com

Speaking of Castillo, he also made sure to let folks know that the row boat was only the first of many celebrations he has planned for this season.

// MLS //

Sounders setting themselves up for big splash | MLSSoccer.com

Seattle made a trio of moves yesterday, one being my new favorite kind of deal where one team trades TAM for GAM. Gotta love MLS. Anyways, Seattle has the money and the open DP slot to do something interesting this year.

Sounders could add DP sooner than later | Sounder at Heart

Hearing that they are interested in an attacking midfielder scares me a little.

Timbers talking infrastructure upgrades | Stumptown Footy

Merritt Paulson was once again making some noise yesterday about how the Timbers are exploring the idea of upgrading their stadium and other facilities. All I can say is that I would like to just see them ditch the turf for natural grass.

2016 is a new year with the same problems as 2015 for Colorado | Burgundy Wave

The more things change, the more they stay the same...or something along those lines I suppose.

Has MLS been hurt by exits by Martins, Nemeth and Miazga? | ESPNFC.com

This is an interesting thought but given how each year we see players come and go like this, I don't think there is any huge harm with those three exits. Leagues like China and Dubai are always going snag a player wanting money. And big clubs are always going to get the occasional young American.

Why you shouldn't rush to judgement after week 1 | FourFourTwo

Spot on as usual from Steve Davis.

Trade idea for Minnesota, Atlanta and NYC | Dirty South Soccer

If only this sort of thing could actually work itself out.