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FC Dallas Loanees & Affiliates Report: Thomas Roberts debut delayed

Both of the FC Dallas loanees are still waiting to make their debuts.

Hibernian Training Photo by Mark Scates/SNS Group via Getty Images

Welcome back to our second report of this season. There is very little to report in the form of any playing time, but we’re hopeful that this will change in the near future. Both loanees still came very close to making their debuts, but I guess we’ll have to wait another week.

Thomas Roberts (SK Austria Klagenfurt - Austrian Bundesliga) - Roberts continues to be unable to play, due to bureaucratic delays. Roberts did finally receive his European Card and would have been able to play this past weekend, but the league failed to process it on time. Roberts traveled with Klagenfurt to RB Salzburg, fully prepared to play, but was unable to be part of the gameday roster due to the league’s failure.

SK Austria Klagenfurt would suffer a 3-1 defeat at RB Salzburg and finds itself 7th place in the Austrian Bundesliga Table.

Thomas will get another chance to make his debut this weekend when Klagenfurt hosts 9th place WSG Wattens, a club who has managed to draw all five of their matches this season.

Dante Sealy (Jong PSV - Eerste Divisie) - Dante made the bench on gameday for the first time but was an unused sub in a 3-2 victory over visiting FC Eindhoven.

With the win, Jon PSV moves to 11th place in the Eerste Divisie Table.


FC Dallas MX - FC Dallas MX played in Group 12 last season, which due to Covid, played with only eight clubs. This affected the entire league and many clubs opted to sit out last season.

This season sees the return of many clubs to Liga TDP. Enough clubs that there will be 15 groups this season (13 groups last season), and significantly larger groups sizes. With the return of so many clubs, some groups have been given new numerical designations. Here is the opponents the FC Dallas MX will battle with this season.


1 Bravos de Nuevo Laredo

2 Bucaneros de Matamoros

3 Club de Fútbol Gallos Nuevo León

4 Correcaminos UAT

5 Deportivo Soria F.C.

6 FCD de Santiago Nuevo León

7 Guerreros Reynosa FC

8 HO GAR H. Matamoros, Tam.

9 Irritilas FC

10 Orgullo Surtam

11 Real San Cosme

12 Regios FC

13 Saltillo Soccer F.C.

14 San Isidro Laguna F.C.

15 San Nicolás FC

This will be a far stronger group than the one FCD-MX competed in last season.