In a press conference today littered with apocalyptic levels of references to Uncle Lamar, the US Soccer Hall of Fame has finally arrived. Or well, it will after 2018. Your patience is welcomed. All the specs and details regarding the new facility can be found here. It’s a new facade, entrance, and seating arrangement that […]
The ticket price hike in Dallas has gone over like an explosive-filled, lead balloon. Much has been vented, written, and inscribed on bathroom stalls (picture needed) already about the crisis. An excellent interview done by Peter Welpton over at the Dallas Morning News is the first straight out of the horse’s mouth, that horse being VP […]
All hail the addition of Duvel and Chimay amongst your choices in the Toyota Stadium Beer Garden! Prepare to be pampered, if nothing else.
In a move to ensure depth at center back, FC Dallas has shipped off Kyle Bekker in a straight swap with the Montreal Impact. MLS and French Ligue Un veteran center back Bakary Soumare heads the opposite direction.
2015’s midseason lull came much like many others: with few points, roster re-thinks, midseason (or at least pending) acquisitions, and the same consternation, wingeing, or willful acceptance of mediocrity that has come to embody those of 2011, 2012, 201…
As of yesterday (6/25/15) Moises Hernandez, Tesho Akindele, and Mauro Diaz will all remain FC Dallas players for the immediate future.
As the possibility of Mauro Diaz moving to Elche has fallen flat on its face (with the Spanish side being forcibly relegated from the Primera), a new one has been born: Samuel Eto’o.
Five games unbeaten. It’s not a monumental feat, but it means that Sporting Kansas City will be confident in adding to that run of form as Oscar Pareja and FC Dallas grace Sporting Park on Friday.
Another midfielder has entered the fold in Frisco. FC Dallas signed 33 year old attacking midfielder Rolando Escobar. He joins FCD from Venezuelan Primera side Deportivo Anzoátegui SC, netting 31 goals in 104 appearances.
This may appear to be the most depleted Galaxy lineup in years to step into Frisco. Robbie Keane will be out. Landon Donovan has retired.
“He turns the lights on.” Why not torture this metaphor a bit more? He ignites the torch. He raises the sun.
Clint Dempsey. Blas Perez. Out. Kyle Bekker, body slam connoisseur and professional retribution artist, out. You at least wanted to see if he’d try again, right?
Oscar Pareja has enough good will from the Dallas faithful: will it at all last the 2015 season?
Despite the unfilled stadium there was plenty to converse about pitchside in Frisco last night. Despite FCD’s dominance, sadly, this game will be eternally recalled in reference to a casual handball in the box.
For a man who can make his sides play magic football throughout a season, Oscar Pareja has yet to prove himself on another level: the playoffs.