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Big D Daily: News for Thursday, September 24, 2020

Last night was pretty ugly for FC Dallas.

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MLS: FC Dallas at Atlanta United FC Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

The good thing about such a quick turnaround in-between games right now is the ability to forget and move on. At least, that is what I am hoping FC Dallas is going to do here after last night.

// FC Dallas //

FC Dallas stumbles in 1-0 loss to Atlanta United - Big D Soccer
A VAR penalty is what decides this one. Ugh. Yeah, let's move on from this one as quickly as possible.

Bryan Reynolds signs new four-year contract with FC Dallas - Big D Soccer
The Homegrown gets a big raise and will be with the team for at least through 2024.

// MLS //

Columbus Crew holds firm, earns ninth win of 2020 - Massive Report
Columbus continues to get wins here as they pick up another against Minnesota last night.

Quick Work: LAFC 6, Vancouver Whitecaps 0 - Angels on Parade
So this is the kind of LAFC we're all used to here as they dominated last night.

As San Jose lose big again, Chris Wondolowski admits "we're mentally weak" right now |
San Jose Earthquakes captain Chris Wondolowski and coach Matias Almeyda lamented the team's mental fragility after another blowout loss at the hands of the Colorado Rapids.

Sunday "heart to heart" meeting guides Atlanta United in snapping winless skid |
Atlanta United players and coaches gathered for a Sunday meeting to review their mistakes – and the end results were profound.

Sounders vs. Timbers, recap: Firing blanks - Sounder At Heart
This one may have been one of the more entertaining matches of the night as the two rivals went toe-to-toe.

Nashville SC 1, DC United 0 | 2020 MLS Match Recap |
Nashville is now above the playoff line in the Eastern Conference.

Orlando City vs. Sporting Kansas City: Final Score 2-1 as the Lions Extend Unbeaten Streak to Seven Games - The Mane Land
Tesho Akindele and Benji Michel scored in the first half and the Lions held on through an intense second-half onslaught by the hosts.

In its first-ever break, the U.S. Open Cup has a rare chance for a re-vamp – The Athletic
In three key areas, a marked improvement could see the Open Cup gain relevance in line with its history.