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Big D Daily: News for Monday, April 23, 2018

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Now FCD is the lone unbeaten side in MLS.

MLS: Philadelphia Union at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Winning is always good. And Mondays after a win are even better.

// FC Dallas //

Santiago Mosquera shows flashes of promise for FC Dallas - Big D Soccer
There was plenty to unpack from Saturday night including Mosquera's solid outing, Hayes shining yet again and Lamah being a stud.

FC Dallas vs Philadelphia Union: Highlights, stats, and quote sheet - Big D Soccer
Oscar was very pleased with how things turned out on Saturday.

Diaz and Urruti help spark FC Dallas to 2-0 win over Philadelphia - Big D Soccer
Second half subs make the difference to keep FC Dallas unbeaten as Jimmy Maurer continues to shine in goal.

#FCDvPHI: Reggie Cannon Building Forward with More Shutouts | FC Dallas
If anyone watched Saturday night, they saw a lot of standout performances but one that was big for me was Reggie Cannon.

FC Dallas subs sink Philadelphia Union in rainy Frisco - Brotherly Game
Soft penalty or not, Philly fans felt lucky to escape this game with only two goals given up.

FC Dallas continues unbeaten run with 2-0 victory over Philadelphia Union | Pro Soccer USA
Oscar Pareja is pulling the right strings right now.

// MLS //

Armchair Analyst: Sounders find their range, RSL roll & more from Week 8 | MLSsoccer.com
Funny thing, Doyle has no clue if FC Dallas is actually good here this season or not.

5 thoughts on Atlanta United continuing to assert dominance over the LA Galaxy - Dirty South Soccer
Atlanta looked dominant on the road on Saturday. I still can't get over how ridiculous their front six are in their lineup.

Portland Timbers Shut Out New York City FC in 3-0 Victory - Stumptown Footy
Portland may actually be good here this season as well as they beat a previously unbeaten NYCFC side at home.

Davies: Dissecting the LA Galaxy's issues in the Zlatan era | MLSsoccer.com
LA has so much talent up front but not enough in the back. For me, it is as simple as that.

“VIEIRA IN!”: Should the French manager go to Arsenal? - Hudson River Blue
Naturally folks overseas want Vieira to head their way.

Report: Minnesota turned down $1.5 million offer for Christian Ramirez | MLSsoccer.com
Kind of crazy for Minnesota not to take the money and run but if Ramirez wanted to stay and be the star, I can't blame him either.

Seattle Sounders vs. Minnesota United, recap: First win of the season comes as relief - Sounder At Heart
Seattle finally looked like what most expected out of them here this season in their first win.