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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, April 3, 2018

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FC Dallas gets back to work ahead of Colorado’s weekend visit.

MLS: Portland Timbers at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The week continues on as we get into April. FC Dallas is busy at work getting ready for this weekend when they host Colorado.

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April Outlook: Will the spring bring more points for FC Dallas? - Big D Soccer
The club finally hits the road in April as they look to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.

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Warshaw: CCL semifinals provide Toronto FC one shot at glory | MLSsoccer.com
TFC picked up the treble last year but it is definitely a different level if they can get the CCL title.

New York Red Bulls on facing Chivas in CCL: We need to be very smart | MLSsoccer.com
Be smart. Be very, very smart there New York.

The Artist’s Block: What to do about Giovinco’s penalties - Waking The Red
A serious analytical look at getting more out of Sebastian Giovinco’s penalty kicks.

Darwin Quintero says Minnesota United can 'become champions' in MLS | ESPNFC
Minnesota definitely has a ways to go here but Quintero is a big addition to get them there.

LAFC introspective after Galaxy comeback mars bright start to life in MLS | MLSsoccer.com
Their first big loss as a franchise shows how much longer they have to go here.

From A to Zlatan: Looking back at other splashy MLS debuts | FourFourTwo
Zlatan Ibrahimovic arrived with the LA Galaxy the only way he knows how: in style. But he isn't the first big name to impress in his MLS debut.

The Zlatan effect: Ibrahimović draws worldwide attention to MLS, resurrects Galaxy | Pro Soccer USA
The Galaxy looked dead in the water until Zlatan came on the field last Saturday.

El Trafico was the greatest game in MLS history - LAG Confidential
Okay...let's not go that far. It was a great game but not the greatest in history folks. But it does beg the question of which game if the greatest.

MLS' top academies and the players who make them | Pro Soccer USA
Academy players are the long pay out for clubs across the league.