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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Election Day has past, now it is time to get back to some playoff talk.

MLS: Orlando City SC at FC Dallas Andrew Dieb-USA TODAY Sports

We’re at the midway point in this week as we dive deeper into the offseason.

// FC Dallas //

FC Dallas defender Reggie Cannon earns second USMNT call up - Big D Soccer
The Dallas Homegrown earns another call up this fall as the US takes on England and Italy.

Recapping FC Dallas Milestones from the 2018 Season | FC Dallas
While 2018 didn't feel like a milestone year, there sure were a lot of them met for the club and players.

// MLS //

Sounders injury updates: Chad Marshall undergoes surgery - Sounder At Heart
This is a rough loss for Seattle as Marshall was one of the main reasons why their defense was so good in 2018.

Miami voters clear path for Inter Miami to negotiate lease for new stadium |
Miami is finally getting closer to landing that stadium deal. They got the votes they needed last night.

Warshaw: Jeremy Ebobisse breakthrough proving essential to Timbers success |
Young players like Ebobisse prove that you need to just be patient some times for good things to happen.

Columbus Crew SC’s Zack Steffen wins MLS Goalkeeper of the Year - Massive Report
Steffan didn't land on my ballot but boy did he ever take the player's vote. That helped him win this award.

Reports: McLaughlin, Lasso, Bone will sign with FC Cincinnati for 2019 |
Will MLS finally get to see Corben Bone set free? I think so folks, I think so. Good on Cincy to bring up three guys that have helped lead them in the USL these last few years.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he's optimistic about a return to the LA Galaxy |
I think he'll be back for one more year in LA. Hell, maybe two if things can go well there in 2019.

LA Galaxy fire VP of soccer operations Pete Vagenas after worst-ever campaign | ESPNFC
Vagenas was moved into the role of VP of soccer operations and director of the LA Galaxy Academy, with coach Sigi Schmid taking over personnel.