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Big D Daily: News for Friday, May 24, 2019

FC Dallas looks to pick up some more road points this weekend in Vancouver.

MLS: Los Angeles FC at FC Dallas Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

The week is finally at the ending point as we can get ready for another FC Dallas match tomorrow evening in Vancouver.

// FC Dallas //

Three Questions on FC Dallas’ weekend opponent Vancouver - Big D Soccer
Who is this Vancouver team, and exactly what do we make of them? We ask for some help on those items to preview Saturday’s game.

Who should start for FC Dallas against the Vancouver Whitecaps? - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas is back on the road but this time they’ll have some players back from injury.

Eight FC Dallas Players Eligible for 2019 MLS All-Star Game Fan XI - Big D Soccer
The MLS All-Stars will take on Atlético Madrid at Orlando City Stadium in Orlando on July 31.

Next Man Up Mentality on Showcase Again with Matt Hedges Out vs. Vancouver | FC Dallas
Like we asked yesterday, more Reto Ziegler at left back or something else?

Mentality change has Paxton Pomykal ready for U-20 World Cup | Pro Soccer USA
Hopefully he can lead the U20s to a good run at this tournament.

North Texas SC defeats Forward Madison FC 3-1 - Big D Soccer
Goals from Ronaldo Damus, David Rodriguez, and Imanol Almaguer see NTSC past Forward Madison FC in another home win.

// MLS //

Wiebe: The best move each team made in the 2019 MLS Primary Transfer Window |
Nice love for Cerrillo on this list as he's quietly become a Rookie of the Year candidate.

Bogert: How much is Diego Rossi worth? MLS executives give valuations |
I think the numbers add up well for Rossi, especially after seeing him twice last week.

Collin Martin still expects to return to Minnesota United full-time in 2019 |
Some players just know themselves better than we think these days. Good on Martin for knowing he needed a change.

W2W4: Red-hot Vela has LAFC firing, surprise package Philly hosts Portland | ESPNFC
Goal-scoring machine Carlos Vela is back at it against Montreal, while first-place leader Philadelphia welcomes surging Portland.

Philadelphia loves its Eagles, Sixers and Phillies. It's time the city embraces the underdog Union, too | ESPNFC
The Philadelphia Union's blend of young talent and tenacity has them riding high in MLS and giving the city's fans reason to cheer.