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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The week rolls on as FCD tries to figure out their defensive issues.

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We're moving slowly through this week as FC Dallas preps for Toronto.

// FC Dallas //

Craft and Bonner help Energy earn a draw |

FCD has two young attackers in OKC right now and both played lots of minutes on Sunday evening against Seattle's USL squad. I think this loan has been good so far for Coy Craft. Hopefully it will do the same for Colin Bonner.

// MLS //

Should players celebrate goals against their former clubs |

I personally think it comes down to the individual here. If a guy had a good few years with a team, he probably respects them enough to not show off too much after scoring against them. But if he was run out of town some how, I wouldn't be that upset if he celebrated at least a little.

Four changes worth making on the US preliminary roster |

I can't disagree with any of these four items, especially the note on Kellyn Acosta.

Toronto's offense needs more than just Giovinco | Waking the Red

A little bit of a primer for this weekend's game in Canada as Toronto is looking to get something out of their attack that doesn't start with Sebastian Giovinco. Being their home opener does terrify me a bit as BMO Field will be rocking under those new roofs.

Torres may not be enough to save the Dynamo | Dynamo Theory

You have to wonder right now, at what point do the Dynamo give up on Erick Torres and shop him. I'd still be hard pressed not to take a chance on him here in Dallas.

The one word that encapsulates this Rapids team | Burgundy Wave

I still can't get over the fact that this Colorado team is at the top of the table right now. They were so bad last year. But this season has brought a new change that is working.

Collin confident he will be a perfect match for NY | FourFourTwo

New York didn't have to do a ton of defending last Friday against FCD but adding in Collin does improve their defense by a lot.

Refs are a victim of our success |

Uh, okay.