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Big D Daily: News for Friday, July 21, 2017

FC Dallas is back in action tomorrow night in Montreal.

The weekend is finally here as FC Dallas gets back on the field for the first time in almost two weeks as they take on Montreal.

// FC Dallas //

Squad Selection: How does your roster look against Montreal? | Big D Soccer
With a few players still out on international duty, what kind of lineup do you use tomorrow in Montreal?

What to expect as FC Dallas takes on the Montreal Impact | Big D Soccer
Short rest, injuries, and international duty departures will make it hard for the Impact but you cannot take them lightly here.

FIVE THINGS: What to Know Ahead of #MTLvFCD | FC Dallas
Montreal is going to be a tough team to crack at home here this weekend.

TRAINING TALK: Oscar Pareja on #MTLvFCD | FC Dallas
Papi gives us his take heading into Montreal.

// MLS //

Video Review set to be introduced in MLS competition beginning August 5 | MLSsoccer.com
I do find the timing a bit interesting to introduce this but I am happy to see it come nonetheless.

San Antonio mayor says MLS expansion team remains city's focus | MLSsoccer.com
And as you might expect, it is now San Antonio's turn to get back into the spotlight for MLS.

MLS Expansion Update: Phoenix, San Diego, Cincinnati, Nashville, Charlotte | The Blue Testament
Here is a nice roundup of some other expansion cities that have been in the press as of late.

Kei Kamara hasn’t worked with the Revs but it’s not his fault | The Bent Musket
Getting out of Columbus was such a big deal last year but when you look at it a year later, nothing worked out for anyone involved.

MLS: Tabla leans on Drogba to become one of the brightest young stars in MLS | Goal.com
Not many are talking about this Montreal teenager before the season but the kid is making a name for himself these days.

Twellman: Chicharito wanted nothing to do with MLS | ESPN FC
Taylor Twellman reveals just how far away Javier Hernandez was from joining Major League Soccer.

Op-Ed: The Timbers Won’t Be Good Until They Become Professional | Stumptown Footy
The defense continues to be at fault in my opinion with Portland but at the same time, it could come down to coaching too.