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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, May 7, 2020

Several teams began individual player workouts yesterday.

MLS: FC Dallas at Sporting Kansas City Peter G. Aiken

Some things felt a tad normal in a way yesterday across Major League Soccer, with several clubs allowing their players to resume individual workouts. Its a small step to returning to whatever normal will actually look like once this pandemic ends.

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Luchi Gonzalez discusses time frame for when FC Dallas will resume training - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas has submitted their request for players to resume individual training in Frisco. But they're playing a 'wait and see' kind of game right now.

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Inter Miami sporting director mum on Gareth Bale, Arturo Vidal "rumors", but sees signings ahead | MLSsoccer.com
"It’s great that a lot of people are linked to Miami, but we’re just looking for the right couple of pieces here to finish it off," McDonough said.

Sporting KC CEO Jake Reid touts Kansas City as potential location for a return to play | MLSsoccer.com
Sporting Kansas City president and CEO Jake Reid discussed the club's return to individual training on Wednesday and touted his market's suitability to host MLS games should the league opt to re-start with games at a neutral site.

Nashville SC GM Mike Jacobs: Individual training is a small, but important step forward | MLSsoccer.com
The expansion outfit is looking to get their players back on the field as soon as possible here.

MLS will be among best leagues in five years says Jonathan dos Santos - ESPNFC
The Galaxy midfielder believes that stars do a good job in MLS by not wasting their time in it any more.

Europe considers its club calendar | US Soccer Players
The suspended 2019-20 season is raising questions about the European club calendar and how it works with what FIFA wants for world soccer.

Stories wait in the Western Conference | US Soccer Players
A look at the eight biggest stories in the Western Conference that are waiting to play out during the 2020 Major League Soccer season.