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Big D Daily: News for Friday, September 16, 2016

FC Dallas is off to the Big Apple.

MLS: U.S. Open Cup Final-New England Revolution vs FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The weekend is finally here as FC Dallas is back in action as they take on New York City FC this weekend.

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Let’s pump the brakes a little bit about the Treble | Big D Soccer

We always want more as fans but when your club hasn’t won a title in nearly 20 years, it is worth savoring the ones that you do get.

Could FCD’s CCL foe be forced to withdraw? | Big D Soccer

There was a rumbling yesterday about this that snowballed a little as the day went on. Now we sit and wait to see if anything does resolve between Guatemala and FIFA.

Watch: Inside the locker room celebration |

This kind of stuff won’t get old anytime soon for me.

Why did Ruiz return to Dallas? |

The oddest signing of the 2016 season in my book has to be Carlos Ruiz in Dallas. But hey, if the guy can come off the bench late in games and find a way to force a dumb foul that leads to a penalty that helps FCD win more trophies, then why not?

FCD is itching for more silverware |

And more Treble talk continues.

Talking points: Can FCD win the treble? |

Plenty of good thoughts on the chances listed here from nope all the way to probably not. I agree with one thought though on lets just win the double first.

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New York gets a 1-0 winner in CCL play | Once a Metro

The Red Bulls were in action last night in CCL play where they got a late Sacha Kljestan goal to help seal three points. Which may be enough to get them into the quarterfinals.

Has Atlanta found their manager? | Dirty South Soccer

Be weary of foreign coaches in MLS. Especially ones that aren’t connected in MLS and are set to lead expansion teams in their first season.

Check out the latest round of DCU stadium renderings | Fox Soccer

Hey more stadium images to gawk at.

Roldan thriving with the Sounders |

I was a fan of Cristian Roldan while in college and was shocked when he fell as far as he did in the SuperDraft a last years ago.

You can’t stop Zach Scott | Sounder at Heart

Zach Scott announced yesterday that he would retire at the end of the season but this is a solid look at how he’s always been around for Seattle.