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Big D Daily: News for Monday, March 23, 2020

Now the real fun begins huh?

MLS: Montreal Impact at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

First of all, how is everyone doing today? I know we’re less than a full day away from being in a full “shelter-in-place” here in Dallas, but where ever you are here, I do hope you are keeping safe and this little post provides a little morning boost.

So yeah, we’re going to “shelter-in-place” here in Dallas starting tonight at midnight or 11:59 pm. Which hopefully helps this area flatten the curve in a big way. It is certainly going to be a tough couple of weeks here as we really lean more into this new normal for a time.

// FC Dallas //

How MLS Should Resume After COVID-19 - Big D Soccer
We have one plan for how MLS could resume play this year when all of this mess settles down.

Major League Soccer Extends Training Moratorium Through March 27th | FC Dallas
MLS extended the training moratorium for another week here. Players are still working out on their own at home right now.

Reggie Cannon reveals his go-to TV shows, video games to pass the time |
FC Dallas defender Reggie Cannon reveals his top five TV shows of all-time, as well as what video games he's playing right now.

// MLS //

MLS pundits tell you their favorite MLS players of all-time |
If I go old school it is Carlos Valderrama. If I go a little more new school, it is someone like Carlos Vela or Diego Valeri.

MLS players deal with coronavirus-induced break by social distancing, home workouts, laundry | ESPNFC
Every situation is a little different but over all players across the league are facing the same thing here.

Orlando City brewery Broken Strings faces uncertain future during coronavirus pandemic | Pro Soccer USA
The Orlando City supporter owned brewery is facing this situation just like other breweries across the country right now.