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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, April 29, 2020

We’ve made it to the midway point of another week here.

MLS: Philadelphia Union at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The shelter in place life continues on for most of us here, even though some restrictions are being lifted around the country. I know for some of us here in Dallas, we’re staying put even though our state government is trying to reopen things. I hope you all are doing well and safe though, where ever you might be.

// FC Dallas //

Quick Burns: What is your favorite FC Dallas jersey that you own? - Big D Soccer
Dallas has had some solid kits over the years, but which ones were our favorites to own?

MLS transfer window paused due to COVID-19 impact - Big D Soccer
Another aspect of this suspension is the transfer markets and when they might reopen here.

Paxton Pomykal's Tips and Tricks for Students Taking Online Classes | FC Dallas
For Paxton, it is all about a routine with his schoolwork.

// MLS //

Atlanta United have played behind closed doors: ‘It’s not great’ – The Athletic
MLS has never held a regular-season or playoff match behind closed doors, but Atlanta United played without fans in the USOC.

The best player to wear each number in Major League Soccer history | Greg Seltzer | MLSsoccer.com
From the "this is where we're at department", a giant list of numbers and players who wore them the best.

Soccer broadcasters share their favorite calls behind the mic | MLSsoccer.com
These are some cool moments to look back on here too.

Montreal Impact head coach Thierry Henry excited about MLS growth: This league has no limit | MLSsoccer.com
Henry met with reporters yesterday via a video call and had plenty to say about the growth and future of the league.

Montreal Impact's Thierry Henry on coronavirus fight: 'We're all one country' | ESPNFC
Thierry Henry said the world is "one country" when it comes to battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ex Barcelona wonderkid Bojan hopes he can find happiness freedom with Montreal Impact | ESPNFC
Bojan Krkic was once dubbed 'the next Messi,' now almost 30, the former La Masia phenom looks to have finally found peace and happiness in Montreal.

How good was the '98 Chicago Fire? | US Soccer Players
The 1998 Chicago Fire won MLS Cup and the US Open Cup in their expansion season, molding a roster that changed the course of careers.