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Big D Daily: News for Friday, May 17, 2019

Another loss in the books for FC Dallas.

MLS: FC Dallas at Los Angeles FC Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The week is nearly over here as FC Dallas returns home empty handed from their trip to LA last night. Oh and we get to meet LAFC again on Sunday, goodie.

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FC Dallas drops third straight game, losing 2-0 to LAFC - Big D Soccer
The tough times continue for FC Dallas as the club gets nothing in the attack.

POSTGAME: Luchi Gonzalez Following the 0-2 Loss Against LAFC | FC Dallas
Luchi says the team will rest and refocus for Sunday's game. I almost would like him to just go all out with guys like Twumasi, Roberts, and Reynolds.

Three points in the pocket: LAFC 2, FC Dallas 0 - Angels on Parade
LAFC outlasts late push from Dallas in first end of home-and-home series.

'Game of Thrones,' Marvel comics, sushi: Meet U.S. U20 star Paxton Pomykal | ESPNFC
FC Dallas and U.S. U20 midfielder Paxton Pomykal may seem like your average teenager, but on a soccer pitch there's nothing ordinary about him.

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Warshaw: LAFC have unstoppable mix of elite passing and pressing right now |
LAFC really put their feet on FCD's neck last night and really never allowed them to get going.

Breaking: Columbus Crew trade David Accam to Nashville SC - Massive Report
The recently acquired winger won’t be with the Black & Gold very long. This is a weird move for Columbus but I kind of dig it for Nashville.

How Bruce Arena plans to rebuild New England Revolution organization |
Spending like Atlanta would make New England at least more intriguing to watch but I do get that not everyone can do that.

Veljko Paunovic: Chicago Fire must start getting road wins, too |
Either Chicago looks pretty good or they look awful. But either way, they're getting to a point where they need wins.

Jordan Morris’ hamstring strain not considered serious - Sounder At Heart
Brian Schmetzer gives encouraging prognosis though there are thoughts that he could miss a lot of time this summer.

Atlanta United becoming a defensive juggernaut under Frank de Boer | Pro Soccer USA
Five straight games without giving up a goal is something special these days.