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Big D Daily: News for Friday, March 29, 2019

FC Dallas hits the road today as they travel to Utah.

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

The weekend is finally here as we get the final game in the month of March (where has this month gone?).

// FC Dallas //

Who should start for FC Dallas against Real Salt Lake? - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas hits the road with players returning from international duty. But what Luchi Gonzalez does with his lineup tomorrow will be the big question.

North Texas SC Signs Two Defenders - Big D Soccer
The NTSC season kicks off this weekend while they continue to fill out their roster with more familiar faces.

Brothers Arturo and David Rodriguez Reunited at North Texas Soccer Club | FC Dallas
These brothers are going to be fun to watch with NTSC.

Boehm: Homegrown derby? Mutual respect between FC Dallas, Real Salt Lake |
The Homegrown Derby has a nice ring to it but really it will be about more than just both teams playing a slew of HGPs.

The Making of FC Dallas Coach Luchi Gonzalez - D Magazine
FC Dallas is renowned for discovering players in its academy system. Now they've found a coach there, too.

// MLS //

Stejskal: LA Galaxy talked with multiple teams to move up allocation order |
How LA is able to do anything with allocation money these days is still beyond me.

Warshaw: How, why and where Nicolas Gaitan can best help the Chicago Fire |
Chicago has been in need of some serious help for a while now and they hope Gaitan is the guy.

We Should be Patient with Nikolic - Hot Time In Old Town
Remember when he won the Golden Boot back in 2017? Yeah, I kind of forgot that too.

Possession with a Purpose: How the Sounders have owned the ball and the score - Sounder At Heart
The Sounders don’t need to win possession to win games, but they probably will anyway.

Rapids announce international friendly with Arsenal - Burgundy Wave
I remember back when Colorado rebranded that they wanted to be like Arsenal.

Keaton Parks' move from Benfica to NYCFC can further his career, not end it | ESPNFC
Dallas local Keaton Parks' unusual development path paid off, resulting in a transfer to Portuguese giants Benfica. So why is he back stateside at NYCFC?