FC Dallas Offseason
The new deal keeps Ferreira in for the long run while rewarding him for a stellar 2021 season.
Looks like FC Dallas is about to splash some cash on a big time talented winger!
The former interim coach remains on staff in a brand-new role.
FC Dallas looks to have acquired a backup goalkeeper.
Wow. $20 million is a lot of money. How could Dan Hunt and company reinvest the cash in the team?
Pepi looks to take his talents to Germany as he’ll have a physical on Sunday.
No deal is official but the German side appears to be a front runner at the moment.
Peter Luccin and Drew Keeshan stay on board while Estevez welcomes new faces to the Dallas bench.
The list of available players is kind of thin but there are some depth options out there that Dallas could snag.
No real surprises in this year’s protection list for FC Dallas.
The attack was better in some spots in 2021, but can it improve even more under Nico Estevez?
FC Dallas has nine international slots now available.
Given the rules of the draft, FC Dallas shouldn’t have to worry too much about losing anyone.
After giving up 56 goals in 2021, new manager Nico Estevez has a lot of work to get the defense back to what we expect out of them.
How does Nico Estevez measure up? Does he check off the boxes FC Dallas needs to get back on track as a club?
Only Jimmy Maurer is on the books for 2022 at the moment.
One interesting detail is how former manager Luchi Gonzalez could land with the USMNT as an assistant.
FCD will also head to New England on March 5.
FC Dallas is said to be in negotiations for the Gremio attacker.
On Tanner’s podcast, he offers up a couple of ideas who he thinks will become the next head coach.
We’ve had a couple of discussions already on the roster but let’s go player-by-player here figure this out.
The final puzzle pieces click into place on our hypothetical offseason master plan.