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Big D Daily: News for Monday, March 20, 2017

FC Dallas gets a short break before heading to Mexico.

FC Dallas wraps up their games in March with another win.

// FC Dallas //

Hot Takes: FCD holds on to beat New England | Big D Soccer

That first 50 minutes or so was pretty rough but once FCD found their footing in this one, they were able to show who was the better team.

Chalkboard: New isn’t always better | Big D Soccer

It wasn’t all the new guys that helped push Dallas to a victory on Saturday either, a lot of the more experienced players with the team stepped up when they needed them to most.

Dak Prescott takes in FCD’s home opener | Big D Soccer

We have a new fan in our mitts.

Urruti: It is the most important thing for me to contribute |

Maxi Urruti had one big game on Saturday doing what he does best, being a pest and finding ways to score.

Post-CCL: FCD manages to come back again |

We got to see the CCL hangover in full effect on Saturday but once again this club managed to prove that even on their bad days, they’re still good enough to beat anyone at home.

Urruti sends a reminder to FCD |

While some of us may not want to admit it, Maxi Urruti is playing some of his best soccer yet with the club so far this season.

// MLS //

What you may have missed in week 3 |

It was another full weekend around the league with Atlanta picking up another big win, Seattle downing New York, Portland and Houston putting on an entertaining match, and Minnesota picking up their first points.

Doyle: Breaking down the weekend action |

A little love was shown to New England for their efforts on Saturday in this one but as much work as they did to their defense in the offseason, it may not be enough.

Atlanta United looks like the real deal |

I know the possession favor was huge in their end on Saturday but lets pump the breaks real quick. They’ve loaded up goals on two really, really bad defenses in the last two games. Call them the real deal when they hang four on the road against a Seattle, Dallas or New York.

Shea sees a red while Seattle turns it back on | ESPNFC

Seattle looked good yesterday against New York. But our old pal Brek Shea had a rough weekend as he got sent off for dissent against Toronto.

“The refs were just a joke” | RSL Soapbox

Some officials once again had a rough weekend in MLS. I would just say that they were par for the course.

How future MLS stadiums could blur lines between stadium and city | FourFourTwo

Really interesting read on how stadiums in the future could be even more apart of the cities that they are in.