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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, April 17, 2018

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FC Dallas begins to set their sights on Philadelphia this weekend.

MLS: FC Dallas at New England Revolution Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

The week continues to roll on here as FC Dallas begins to prepare for their weekend home match against Philadelphia.

// FC Dallas //

Jacori Hayes comes alive for FC Dallas in win over New England - Big D Soccer
More praise for Jacori Hayes as he looks like the real deal yet again for FC Dallas in the midfield.

Three takeaways from FC Dallas’ 1-0 road win in New England - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas’ defense got the job done when it mattered the most on the road.

MONDAY MAILBAG: Defensive Midfield Position Battles, Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Talk and More | FC Dallas
The midfield battle is a big talking point with this team right now.

// MLS //

Toronto FC success shaped by talent that came through Chivas USA | ESPNFC
Who knew that at the end of all of this, we'd have a team on the verge of a big championship with strong Chivas USA roots.

Stejskal: Best CCL run ever? Toronto FC president Bill Manning weighs in | MLSsoccer.com
Can TFC actually do it? That is what we will be asking ourselves over the next week.

Warshaw: Three reasons a Toronto FC win in CCL matters for all of MLS | MLSsoccer.com
Hopefully TFC can make it tonight at home and set themselves up for a title next week in Mexico. But they also have to be careful of their yellow card situation too.

Chivas Guadalajara: Who are they, anyway? — CONCACAF Champions League - Waking The Red
Need to know more about TFC"s opponent? Start here with this.

Tata Martino coy on how team will look with Barco - Dirty South Soccer
Atlanta United’s manager danced around questions surrounding the young star after his debut.

Doral is officially in play for Miami MLS stadium site | Miami Herald
It still feels so weird that Miami hasn't figured out their stadium sit just yet. Maybe this one will work, maybe it won’t but either way it still feels like the same song and dance.

Cincinnati City Council approves infrastructure funds for MLS stadium | ESPNFC
This was one of the last major hurdles for Cincy to get a stadium. Now does this mean they'll get an expansion bid? Time will tell.