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Big D Daily: News for Friday, April 26, 2019

The weekend is here as San Jose comes to town with their unique man marking system.

MLS: LA Galaxy at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The week has blown by here as FC Dallas is back at home for another game, this time hosting the San Jose Earthquakes.

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Who should start for FC Dallas against the San Jose Earthquakes? - Big D Soccer
After a new look and style in Atlanta last weekend, FC Dallas returns home to battle the Quakes.

KEYS TO THE MATCH, Driven by Toyota: FC Dallas vs. San Jose Earthquakes | FC Dallas
San Jose's man marking style is going to cause some issues.

Once overlooked, Cerrillo breaking out for Dallas & aiming for U-20 spot | ASN
Cerrillo has really burst onto the scene here in Dallas, making him a Rookie of the Year candidate and another guy vying for a U20 selection this summer.

FC Dallas, Luchi Gonzalez show ability to adjust philosophy in 2-1 win over Atlanta | Pro Soccer USA
The ability to adjust to the opponent is a good thing to see under Luchi Gonzalez, who will have to do the same this weekend against San Jose.

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Wiebe: Trying to make order out of chaos in the Eastern Conference | MLSsoccer.com
Last year the East was so top heavy it was kind of easy to sort out. This year, not so much.

Warshaw: How seriously should we take the improving San Jose Earthquakes? | MLSsoccer.com
Another win this weekend in Dallas for San Jose could make people think differently about this squad.

Dos Santos: Vancouver Whitecaps will do everything to keep Ali Adnan | MLSsoccer.com
With a loan set to expire in a couple months, things could get tricky for Vancouver here.

Pity ready for River return as awful Atlanta hosts fellow bottom feeders Colorado | ESPNFC
Stumbling Atlanta United will have the chance to get their season back on track by hosting the winless Colorado Rapids.

Austin FC stadium designers looking to create 'indoor-outdoor' experience | Pro Soccer USA
Austin FC hosted a session for fans on Wednesday night, with Gensler principal Jonathan Emmett discussing the team's new soccer stadium, opening in 2021.