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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, September 12, 2019

A wild night in MLS went FC Dallas’ way for the most part.

MLS: FC Cincinnati at FC Dallas Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

Last night saw some wild results across MLS as FC Dallas sat at home and watched. They’ll head to Chicago later today for this weekend’s match with the Fire.

// FC Dallas //

Three things to watch for as FC Dallas returns from international break - Big D Soccer
A much-needed week off is over for FC Dallas, now it is time to clinch a playoff berth.

Why FC Dallas fans need to root for chaos - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas needs points... but a little chaos in the Western Conference wouldn’t hurt playoff chances. Last night was a good start.

FC Dallas MX: 2019-20 Season Preview - Big D Soccer
I betcha didn't know FCD had an affiliate team down in Mexico. Well, their new season is about to be underway.

FC Dallas Looks to Maintain Momentum Despite Bye Week | FC Dallas
After two straight wins at home, FCD has to find a way to carry that momentum on the road for the next two games.

// MLS //

Bogert: What we learned on a wild Wednesday in MLS |
Wednesday was a bit crazy in MLS but for FCD, seeing Minnesota and LA lose was about as good as it could get. But, Colorado is now looking more and more dangerous.

The Dynamo FINALLY get a win at the expense of Minnesota United - Dynamo Theory
It has been a while for the Dynamo to see three points but a win at home over Minnesota was certainly a good thing for them moving forward.

Clear and Obvious: LA Galaxy robbed by incompetent officials - LAG Confidential
LA fans were pretty upset with how things went last night.

RSL downs San Jose, wins 1-0 for second place in West - RSL Soapbox
It was a huge victory for Real Salt Lake, which has me thinking, when are they going to promote their interim manager Freddy Juarez?

Another step forward for Austin FC | US Soccer Players
Austin FC breaks ground on a stadium in a unique expansion situation for Major League Soccer as they work toward the 2021 season.

Chicago Fire a step closer to playing at Soldier Field after Park District vote | Pro Soccer USA
The Fire will be looking to return back to Soldier Field next season.