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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, March 7, 2017

A regular week for FC Dallas? What is this?

It seems a little strange to be back in a normal regular season week.

// FC Dallas //

What we learned from FCD’s win over LA | Big D Soccer

We’ve been going through a lot of recaps of the LA game over the last two days, needless to say, we’re pretty excited about where things are going.

Numbers to Know: The best from FCD’s win over LA | Big D Soccer

If you like numbers or are into that sort of thing, we have you covered on that front as well.

Craft and U-20s win CONCACAF Championship | Big D Soccer

This is a huge deal for Coy Craft and the US U-20s as they’ve qualified for the World Cup later this year but they won their first-ever CONCACAF Championship in the process.

What does FCD have to do to earn respect? |

Just keep winning. It really is as simple as that.

And also this is nice....thanks Montreal

// MLS //

What you may have missed in week 1 |

You get a little more love for Kellyn Acosta in this piece but if you need another recap of the entire slate of action in MLS, this is a good place to start.

Atlanta’s wild debut had plenty to love and hate | SB Nation

I love seeing the mothership here bring back some weekly recaps as well for MLS. Lots to love (and possibly hate) in this piece.

55k fans prove Atlanta is a soccer town | SB Nation

I have some family from Atlanta and ever since I mentioned they were getting a MLS team, they’ve all said the same thing, “that will do really well down there.” This past weekend confirmed that.

Crowd Count: Atlanta posts fifth largest crowd in world over the weekend | Soccer America

Okay, that is pretty damn impressive when you consider all the other clubs around the world in action over the weekend.

Kaka to miss six weeks with hamstring injury | The Mane Land

Time to see Orlando fast-track their offense for the future here.

MLS Wrap: Important win for New York |

There was a lot of stuff said about the way the Red Bulls handled their offseason but when it came down to actually playing on the field, they still look the part.