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Big D Daily: News for Monday, June 20, 2016

Time for video replay to be a a thing.

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday was more than a bummer in so many ways as FC Dallas dropped a game to SKC on the road.

// FC Dallas //

FCD struggles to get past SKC (and refs) | Big D Soccer

Here is our recap of last night's game. We'll certainly have plenty more from this one in the coming days as we figure out what all happened - more so than what the refs did to FCD on the day.

Goal line episode leaves FCD frustrated |

Frustrated may not even be the right word for all of it but it certainly is a start.

Dallas lacked confidence |

As much as I disagreed with Brian Dunseth during the game, I have to agree that as a team they certainly did lack the confidence on goal to get the job done. Especially Fabian Castillo.

// MLS //

Week 15 recap: Love wins and more |

Matt Doyle is back with his usual weekly recaps here as he looks at the scene in Orlando (which was very well done) and plenty of other items form the busy weekend.

Orlando City remembers victims |

I honestly love that they stopped the game in the 49th minute like they did to honor and remember those lives lost in the tragic shooting from a week ago.

Jesse Marsch given a contract extension | Once a Metro

Definitely a well deserved move by the New York front office. Also, he was rewarded with a pretty solid 2-0 win over Seattle at home last night too.

Woodberry scores first in Revs road win |

Look at that, former FCD academy player London Woodberry is doing well with New England these days. They also picked up a big win at Vancouver on Saturday.

Hamid plays hero in 0-0 draw for DCU against Houston | Black and Red United

Good to see Bill Hamid back on the field this weekend following a lengthy injury to start the year. Seeing him out there makes me wonder if DCU can become a contender again.

TFC defenders get it done from end to end |

Nice to see Drew Moor bag a game winning goal for TFC on Saturday too. It also didn't hurt to see LA lose here as well.

// Copa America //

US is ready for the big stage against Argentina |

Boy that is going to be a tall mountain to climb.