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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, May 5, 2016

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It is nearly the weekend yet again.

Today is a big day at Toyota Stadium as groundbreaking gets underway on the south end construction for the National Soccer Hall of Fame!

// FC Dallas //

Should Acosta return to the lineup and where | Big D Soccer

Yesterday evening we took a good look at why Kellyn Acosta needed to be back in the starting lineup and then poked around the thought of which spot would be the most ideal for him.

U-18s sweep series in Colorado | FCDallas.com

Seriously folks, keep an eye out for this U-18 teams. We can't stress enough how talented that group is.

// MLS //

From reality TV to USMNT? | MLSSoccer.com

The story of Jorge Villafana is a wild one but one really worth tapping into if you get the chance. He was definitely a player I was intrigued by to have here in Dallas at one point.

David Villa is our Player of the Week | SBNation.com

Jake Gleeson may have got the MLS vote but in our SBN poll we saw things a tad differently. Also, you can see my vote there and how everyone else voted as well.

Joseph: I want to tell Revs fans goodbye one day | The Bent Musket

Here is a pretty cool interview with Shalrie Joseph and his time in New England. The dude was a big deal with those Rev teams a while back.

What if the DCU Stadium is brick? | Black and Red United

DCU fans are so ready for their stadium that they are debating what brick color the exterior needs to have.

Rimando hopes to keep RSL on course | ESPNFC.com

Nick Rimando is an ageless wonder. Seriously though, the veteran keeper is helping RSL look like the RSL of a few years ago when they were gobbling up wins left and right.

Dos Santos not impressed by fine memo | Goal.com

For a guy that is making a lot of money, it is rather amusing to see him complain about a $250 fine from the league.

Top moves of 2016 | Soccer America

In MLS there are a lot of ways a player can get added to a team as evident by this type of piece. There was little debate that Maxi Urruti would be the top Re-Entry Draft player moved during the offseason.