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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, July 18, 2019

There was a lot of action across MLS last night, including some friendlies like ours in Frisco.

MLS: D.C. United at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

FC Dallas didn’t win their friendly last night but at least that doesn’t knock them down the standings any in MLS.

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FC Dallas vs Sevilla FC: Spanish side comes out on top - Big D Soccer
Things looked decent for FCD in the first half but as the reserves took over, the game went a bit south.

POSTGAME: Luchi Gonzalez Following the Friendly Against Sevilla FC | 7.17.19 | FC Dallas
Luchi was happy with how things turned out last night despite the loss.

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Wednesday Recap: Warshaw & Doyle break down the midweek action |
A lot of goals...and a lot of blowout losses for teams. Wednesday was kind of wild across MLS.

Gustavo Bou scores a worldie in his Revs debut - The Bent Musket
Yeah Bou may end up being a pretty damn good addition for New England. They looked really strong last night.

Recap: Altidore, Pozuelo and Morgan all score in victory over the Red Bulls - Waking The Red
When Toronto is healthy and have all of their main guys, they look like a contender. But we also know how they can look without them.

RECAP: Atlanta United thumps Houston 5-0 - Dirty South Soccer
So Houston went down a man in the first ten minutes and it was game over after that.

Columbus Crew come from behind twice for draw against the Chicago Fire - Massive Report
Two really bad teams played to a fairly entertaining draw last night. Good for the Crew in getting a point to somewhat end this dry spell.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has words for Carlos Vela - LAG Confidential
I still love Ibra's confidence here...if anything he is helping make this rivalry something.

The friendly situation in MLS | US Soccer Players
With different schedules, Colorado and San Jose took different approaches to friendlies stressing an old issue for MLS and prioritizing the league.

Chicago Fire are 'open for business' after struggling through first half of the season | Pro Soccer USA
The Chicago Fire have struggled in the 2019 season so far. As a result, GM Nelson Rodriguez said the team is "open for business" this transfer window.