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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, November 14, 2019

The two-day trade window brought some interesting deals across MLS.

MLS: Houston Dynamo at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The trade window in MLS has closed yet again here as the offseason gets ready for its first draft next week.

// FC Dallas //

FC Dallas International Player Watch | Nov. 14-19 | FC Dallas
Both Cobra and Acosta will be in action today, while Cannon and the US face Canada tomorrow.

// MLS //

Armchair Analyst: 2019 Season Recaps – Nos. 16 through 9 | MLSsoccer.com
Doyle continues his in-depth look at each MLS club again here with Dallas on the list in this one. No real arguments from me (though calling Barrios a disappointment in front of the net seems like a stretch, at this point he is an assist maker, not a goal scorer).

MLS offseason trade window analysis | Andrew Wiebe | MLSsoccer.com
There were some big moves that happened yesterday and this piece breaks it all down nicely.

Official: Columbus Crew make Darlington Nagbe trade in money deal - Massive Report
That's a lot of allocation money to get Nagbe in Ohio but I can't blame the Crew for making it happen.

Report: MLS club interested in Chivas striker Alan Pulido | MLSsoccer.com
Yes this should be a guy that FCD goes for. But no, it won't be one they go for.

BREAKING: Houston Dynamo land Darwin Quinteros during the transfer window - Dynamo Theory
I like this move for the Dynamo, but in a way also for the Loons.

Time for LA Galaxy to transition out of Galactico era - LAG Confidential
LA will be better off without Zlatan in the long run but it was certainly interesting while it happened.

Inter Miami acquire Jay Chapman from Toronto FC | MLSsoccer.com
Miami snags another decent piece from within MLS.

Joe Scally Transferred to German Giants - Hudson River Blue
First off, I didn't know Borussia Monchengladbach were considered giants in Germany. But second of all, that transfer fee is interesting to say the very least.

Report: Veljko Paunovic Out As Chicago Fire Head Coach [UPDATED] - Hot Time In Old Town
The former Serbian international’s four-year stint as head coach is over. I think that is the best for the Fire as they move back into the city in 2020.