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Big D Daily: News for Monday, March 25, 2019

FC Dallas picked up their second win of the year over the weekend.

MLS: Colorado Rapids at FC Dallas Andrew Dieb-USA TODAY Sports

The weekend may be over but we can at least celebrate another win for FC Dallas to begin this new week.

// FC Dallas //

What we learned against the Colorado Rapids: FC Dallas plays the kids - Big D Soccer
Were all of Dallas’ offseason moves for the best? It really felt that way after this win.

Chalkboard: FC Dallas Established Team Identity - Big D Soccer
It wasn’t pretty, but FC Dallas is finding their identity despite two starters being away on international duty.

FC Dallas gets late goal to beat Colorado Rapids 2-1 - Big D Soccer
Ryan Hollingshead scores a nice one late to help lift FC Dallas.

WHAT WE LEARNED: Three Takeaways from FC Dallas' 2-1 Win Over Colorado Rapids | FC Dallas
This may have been the first game under Luchi that he got all three of his subs correct.

Jesus Ferreira leads the way as FC Dallas field six Homegrowns in one game | MLSsoccer.com
Ferreria looked very good in that attacking role on Saturday against a slower defense.

// MLS //

Armchair Analyst: All 24 MLS teams in review | Week 4 analysis | MLSsoccer.com
There wasn't a ton of games this weekend (international play was the reason) but the games there did go were pretty good.

Week 4 of 2019 season a landmark weekend for Homegrown Players across MLS | MLSsoccer.com
Six HGPs for RSL on Saturday followed by a seventh off the bench. Impressive. This weekend's game against RSL should just be a HGP vs HGP game.

5 reactions from LAFC’s 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake - Angels on Parade
That late goal from Walker Zimmerman was something else.

Revolution 0, Cincinnati 2: New England still winless in 2019 - The Bent Musket
It’s dark days in New England as they dropped another to an expansion side.

San Jose Earthquakes boss wants youngsters to 'play for love' not fame | ESPNFC
San Jose Earthquakes coach Matias Almeyda has urged his players to "play for love, not thinking about become famous."