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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, June 1, 2017

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Hello June.

FC Dallas gets closer to the weekend as they get set for another game with RSL.

// FC Dallas //

Rumor: FC Dallas connected with Argentine keeper Jorge Broun | Big D Soccer
First came Yarbrough and then Broun.

Can new signings Colman, Lamah produce for FC Dallas? |
Personally I think Colman can make it happen at some point with this club. Lamah on the other hand I have less confidence in here.

FC Dallas center back Walker Zimmerman sidelined 4-6 weeks with knee injury |
The depth will really need to shine in June.

Baer: Zimmerman injury could see Dallas tumble down West standings |
Is it truly panic time? Our staff will dive into that thought later today.

FC Dallas Player Continues To Improve After Accident | CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
Everyone in the local media still loves giving updates on the Ryan Hollingshead story.

Bryan Reynolds Returns to FC Dallas Training After End of US U-17 Residency Program | FC Dallas
I know some of you have wondered about Bryan Reynolds this spring but he's been busy with various national team programs.

TRAINING TALK: Oscar Pareja on FC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake | FC Dallas
Papi gives us a look at what to expect against RSL this weekend.

// MLS //

Armchair Analyst: Joining the 40/40 club & more from Wednesday's slate |
Four games last night in MLS with 15 goals scored across them. Our weekend opponent gave up five of those goals too.

Nick Sabetti: The 10 players who were snubbed on the 2017 All-Star ballot |
I can't argue with the Hernan Grana selection on this post. The whole eight players per team thing is odd to me though for the ASG ballot.

Major League Soccer is crying out for more villains like Carlos Ruiz | ESPN FC
Carlos Ruiz was always a great villain to have on your side. So was Blas Perez.

Miami-Dade unveils David Beckham’s Miami stadium deal | Miami Herald
While getting endorsements is one thing, the whole no on-site parking garages for this is such a bad deal for fans and that local community.

State tax breaks approved for St. Paul soccer stadium | Pioneer Press
Minnesota is finally getting all their ducks in a row for their stadium though. Construction could start this summer too.