The march to a World Cup next winter begins tonight in El Salvador.
Another six-game month that sees FC Dallas on the road a bunch could determine whether or not this is a playoff team in 2021.
The start of World Cup qualifying is upon us for the United States.
FC Dallas is still feeling good following their Sunday night win.
Dallas take a short road trip and trounce Austin FC. The kids are alright. Of course, there is much to work on, so Ben, Jose, and Nathan invite you to join the conversation tonight.
FCD now has four players out during the September window.
North Texas SC is no longer extraordinary, but they are getting good results.
FC Dallas continues to grow their lead in the Copa Tejas standings.
Ricardo Pepi and Jesus Ferreira continue their magical ways with two goals each.
Here is your thread for today’s match.
Austin has been much better at home this season.
Rumors continue to heat up, suggesting a McKennie move is eminent.
Time to turn our attention to this weekend’s game in Austin.
Hopefully this is the start of many call ups for Ricardo Pepi.
All-Star Games are always more fun when a FC Dallas player shines in them.
Pepi came off the bench and provided the MLS side a huge spark on the night.
Both of the FC Dallas loanees are still waiting to make their debuts.
There is no word yet on if any American players will make WCQ rosters.
The All-Star Skills Challenge was a lot of fun to watch last night.
Tonight we get to see the return of the MLS Skills Challenge.
When you expect a win and get a draw, you certainly feel pretty damn empty.
Another draw against Houston doesn’t lift our spirits enough.
Ricardo Pepi scored his team-leading ninth goal of the season.
The first round was a rather dull draw, so what is this next round going to bring?