The weekend is finally here as FC Dallas looks to end a two game slump as they visit Toronto.
// FC Dallas //
Yesterday was the big day that saw loads of people at Toyota Stadium for the groundbreaking ceremony for the National Soccer Hall of Fame. From what I've been told, we could see some major changes by as early as next week when FCD is back at home.
I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of new events and things take place over the next couple years to get ready for this thing to open because once it does there will be a lot going on all the time there.
Mauro Diaz vs Sebastian Giovinco. Yeah, that is going to be a lot of fun tomorrow.
The loan for Coy Craft to OKC is doing exactly what we all hoped it would be doing for him by getting him the minutes that he needs to continue to develop. Don't be shocked if he is back here this summer competing for a spot.
Here is another nice look at how FCD has gone from a team full of academy players to title contenders. This one takes a different approach by pulling out some key games over the last couple years.
// MLS //
Tomorrow is going to be crazy in Toronto with BMO Field reopening again. The place looks really nice with the roofs added.
Toronto fans are excited to get their team back at home for the first time this season. Naturally they are pondering what needs to happen to ensure a win tomorrow.
Some folks around the league weren't thrilled when the Galaxy called their new academy school a first in MLS. Seeing how others like Philly and I believe Vancouver have similar schools, it really isn't a first. Heck, even FCD has a school type thing with Frisco ISD if you want to get all technical about it.
Thankfully, FCD isn't on this list (yet). I can't argue against any of these clubs on this list though, all have been disappointing in some way, or in Houston's case, just laughable.
Please come to Dallas. Please.