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Big D Daily: News for Monday, September 28, 2020

FC Dallas managed a point on Sunday night to keep them in the playoff hunt.

MLS: Orlando City SC at FC Dallas Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

A new week is here and a new month is on the horizon later this week (man how is it already October?). For the first time since August, FC Dallas won’t have a Wednesday night game to deal with here, so enjoy that extra time here.

// FC Dallas & NTSC //

FC Dallas draws ten-man Orlando City 0-0 - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas struggled to make anything really happen on the offensive side of the ball Sunday night.

North Texas SC finds year two full of harsh lessons - Big D Soccer
NTSC continues to drop earn-able points, but there are bright spots for this young team.

// MLS //

Armchair Analyst: RBNY find their range, LAFC flame out & more from Week 14 | MLSsoccer.com
Once again there was a lot to take in from this past weekend as the Red Bulls put the hammer on Montreal and San Jose finally got a result (against LAFC no less).

Recap and Highlights: Richie Laryea stars as Toronto FC beat Columbus - Waking The Red
Toronto put in a statement win on Sunday night against Columbus.

Sounders at LA Galaxy, recap: Still on top of the wild west - Sounder At Heart
Seattle keep hold of the top spot in the Western Conference with a comfortable win against the LA Galaxy.

Here's how Gonzalo Higuain fared on his Inter Miami debut | MLSsoccer.com
I want to say "we've all been there" after seeing him miss this penalty like that but, no, I just laughed a good bit. I have no ill will against Gonzalo but man that was bad.

MLS clubs facing conundrum over releasing players for October FIFA dates – The Athletic ($)
Factoring in time for quarantine, losing international players this October could be a big competitive blow for the league.

Is there any chance at figuring out MLS in 2020? | US Soccer Players
What we thought we knew about MLS changed with all the teams in action to start phase two of the restart and sending a different message.

Reports: Red Bulls pay €2 million fee to sign manager Gerhard Struber from Barnsley - Once A Metro
Red Bull founder Mateschitz reported to be part of negotiations to bring Struber to New York