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Big D Daily: News for Monday, February 12, 2018

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FC Dallas travels to Arizona this week for a couple of friendlies.

A new week begins here as FC Dallas is in the final few days of the preseason before their Champions League campaign kicks off again.

// FC Dallas //

Mosquera Watch: The Colombian lands in Dallas ahead of transfer - Big D Soccer
Nothing is official yet but the attacker was in Frisco over the weekend as FCD played a couple friendlies.

Preseason Friendly: FC Dallas Downs Costa Rica’s Cartagines, 3-1 - Big D Soccer
The chemistry is starting to come together more and more.

POSTGAME: Oscar Pareja After FC Dallas' 3-1 Preseason Win Over CS Cartigines | FC Dallas
Oscar is happy with where the team is going ahead of their trip to Arizona.

// MLS //

Seltzer: Takeaways from another major matchday during the MLS preseason | MLSsoccer.com
LA looks like they are getting their mojo back here in this preseason campaign.

Armchair Analyst: Loons go their own way | #MLSIsBack in 20 Days | MLSsoccer.com
Minnesota continues to be their unusual self here in MLS as they are content on spending cheap and efficiently.

Official: Timbers sign striker Samuel Armenteros - Stumptown Footy
Portland continues to add pieces to their roster this preseason with another international.

Mosquera Watch: The Colombian lands in Dallas ahead of transfer - Big D Soccer
Nothing is official yet but the attacker was in Frisco over the weekend as FCD played a couple friendlies.

Preseason Friendly: FC Dallas Downs Costa Rica’s Cartagines, 3-1 - Big D Soccer
The chemistry is starting to come together more and more.

After absence, Lee Nguyen reports to New England Revolution camp | MLSsoccer.com
After being in Dallas for a couple weeks, Lee is back in New England. But is this saga really over?

// USSF //

Carlos Cordeiro elected U.S. Soccer president - Stars and Stripes FC
I didn't see this move coming when this all started but the status quo move doesn't really surprise me either. Hopefully Carlos will move things forward.

New USSF president Carlos Cordeiro must bring about positive change | ESPNFC
Carlos Cordeiro has worked behind the scenes for the U.S. Soccer establishment, but to have success as president, he must bring about change.

Carlos Cordeiro won the U.S. soccer election but must now defeat the ghost of Sunil Gulati | Goal.com
Hopefully Corderio can find a way to bridge the gap and move things forward.

The U.S. soccer community reacts to Carlos Cordeiro's election as USSF president | FourFourTwo
Carlos Cordeiro is the new president of U.S. Soccer. Just as they were in the build-up to voting, opinions are divided over his election.