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Big D Daily: News for Friday, September 28, 2018

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FC Dallas heads back out west to battle Portland.

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

FC Dallas hit the road again today for the final time in September as they go to Portland. We’ll have more on that game coming up today, but first...

// FC Dallas //

What will FC Dallas’ best lineup be against Portland? - Big D Soccer
After picking up a big win in Vancouver, FC Dallas looks to secure a playoff spot. Who is in your lineup tomorrow night?

Is FC Dallas better off with or without a third Designated Player? - Big D Soccer
As MLS explores ditching a roster option, we decide if this means much to FC Dallas.

CARTER'S CORNER: How Maxi Urruti is Finding his Best Career Form with New Attacking Role | FC Dallas
One x-factor for FC Dallas in Portland tomorrow has to be Urruti. He always loves playing his former club.

FC Dallas Players Find out Their FIFA 19 Player Ratings | FC Dallas
It is always funny to see how each player gets rated each season.

Storylines: Portland Timbers vs FC Dallas - Stumptown Footy
The talk for this game is interesting but I do wonder if the USMNT coaching thing will be a distraction for FCD this week.

// MLS //

Warshaw: Tale of the Tape for Sunday's huge Red Bulls-Atlanta United clash | MLSsoccer.com
The big game this weekend will pretty much dictate who ends up with the Shield this season.

St. Louis mayor: Prospective owners pursuing MLS team | MLSsoccer.com
Folks, MLS still wants a team in the Gateway City. They'll work at making it happen.

DC United's Ben Olsen: We've won with our backs against the wall | MLSsoccer.com
The home-heavy back portion of the schedule always set them up for potential success.

Report: Mexican FA want Tata Martino to manage El Tri - Dirty South Soccer
Of course Mexico wants Tata. Of course they do.

Minnesota United FC in advanced negotiations with Madison Pro Soccer as potential USL affiliate | Pro Soccer USA
This one certainly makes sense in the long run for the Loons.