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Countdown to Kickoff 2020: FC Dallas

2020.02.24 20:17 JohnMLTX Countdown to Kickoff 2020: FC Dallas

Countdown to Kickoff 2020: FC Dallas

Welcome to FC Dallas's entry in the Countdown to Kickoff! I've now written this post for FC Dallas on /MLS for 7 seasons in a row! And yes, most of them were late.

Basic info:

Full club name: FC Dallas (formerly Dallas Burn) Subreddit: /FCDallas Location: Frisco, Texas (Press here for a handy map!) Stadium: Toyota Stadium, 20,500 Head Coach: Luchi Gonzalez (2nd season) Co-Captain: Reto Ziegler Co-Captain: Matt Hedges Owner: Hunt Sports Group, chairman Clark Hunt President: Dan Hunt USL Affiliate:
Kits:
Jersey Sponsor: That fucking pyramid scheme (still)

Rivalries:

  1. Texas Derby vs Houston Dynamo - Dallas and Houston fucking hate each other. We hate the cities, the sports teams, the barbecue, the Mexican food, the minor cultural differences, the major businesses, everything. It's a sibling rivalry gone absolutely horribly right. When the Houston Dynamo were "born" (read: relocated from California), the rivalry came to MLS, complete with the most amazing trophy in sports. This is El Capitán, a Civil War-era Howitzer cannon, still fully operational, and awarded to the victor at the end of the year. Dallas has won the past two series, and has only lost once to Houston since March of 2016. Last year saw Houston get a cheeky 2-1 win in their stadium thanks to some creative officiating, but were soundly put in their place 5-1 later in August.
  2. FC Dallas Fans vs FC Dallas Front Office - This one still remains fiercely debated, particularly on Twitter and in the (lack of) attendance at games. Since 2012, things have been particularly back and forth between the fans and the executives, with demands for increased spending, higher profile signings, better marketing, better outreach in the community, and better interaction with supporters groups. Thankfully, they've finally started listening, but there's still a lot of bad blood.
  3. FC Dallas vs Austin FC - As much as Dallas and Houston hate each other, we both agree that the suburb of San Francisco situated around I35 known as Austin is easily the worst place in Texas. Add in the #SaveTheCrew saga, the continued involvement of Anthony Precourt, and the way Austin FC fans acted both online and in person at our games, we already don't like them at all. What's particularly adorable is some Austin FC fans still think they're gonna be part of the Texas Derby.
  4. FC Dallas Fans vs The Dallas North Tollway - Nothing is guaranteed in life except for death, taxes, and the Metroplex relying on toll roads to solve congestion problems. If you want to get to the stadium from anywhere that isn't Collin County, you'll be paying for the privilege to drive on the roads, or you'll be stuck in service road purgatory. For a stadium that's only about a half hour's drive north of Downtown Dallas, it's remarkably frustrating for much of the Metroplex to get there, and commonly pointed at as a significant barrier to entry for casual fans.
  5. Brimstone Cup vs Chicago Fire - Not as big as it used to be, but back in the day, FC Dallas and Chicago were fierce rivals, with matches getting heated and even violent. It's waned due to conference separation in recent seasons, but particularly among the OG Dallas Burn fans, Chicago is still a big rival and a must-win game every season.
  6. The Rest - At different points in time, Dallas has had rather substantial rivalries against Chicago and Sporting KC, along with dramatic happenings between us and both Portland and Vancouver. Then there's the whole Pareja-gate scandal between FCD and the Rapids, with a bit of lingering animosity. But overall, these have waned in recent years compared to the above.
  7. Dallas Beer Guardians vs El Matador We're actually getting along now so this one isn't relevant anymore.

Preseason Roster

# Pos Player
1 GK Jesse González (HG)
2 DF Reggie Cannon (HG)
3 DF Reto Ziegler
4 DF Bressan
5 MF Thiago Santos
7 FW Jesús Ferreira (HG)
8 MF Bryan Acosta (DP)
9 FW Fafà Picault
11 MF Santiago Mosquera (DP)
12 MF Ryan Hollingshead
13 FW Zdeněk Ondrášek
16 FW Ricardo Pepi (HG)
17 FW Francis Atuahene (GA)
18 MF Brandon Servania (HG)
19 MF Paxton Pomykal (HG)
20 GK Jimmy Maurer
21 MF Michael Barrios
22 FW Ema Twumasi (GA)
23 MF Thomas Roberts (HG)
24 DF Matt Hedges
26 DF John Nelson (GA)
27 DF Eddie Munjoma (HG)
29 DF Bryan Reynolds (HG)
30 GK Kyle Zobeck
31 FW Dante Sealy (HG)
33 MF Edwin Cerrillo (HG)
DF Nkosi Burgess

Predicted XI

Gonzales
Cannon Hedges Ziegler Hollingshead
Santos
Acosta Ferreira
Barrios Picault
Ondrášek
This is the current consensus first team from 3rd Degree, which in all honesty likely won't play many games looking exactly like that. Luchi loves to rotate his players, and there's competition for nearly every single spot on the field. With Luchi's 4-3-3, the midfield uses essentially a 6 and two 8s, one of whom plays as an 8-10 hybrid sort. Depending on the opponent, call-ups, performances in training and in matches, injuries, transfers, etc, expect to see a LOT of competition for the midfield and front trios.

Brief Overview of the 2019 Season

Last year was a major transition for FCD, losing our head coach and a number of players, and switching to an entirely new tactical system in the process. Luchi definitely needed a season to feel out the roster, make adjustments, implement his system, and at times, we saw flashes of what's expected for FC Dallas in the future. There were some brilliant blowout wins, desperate fights against far tougher teams, and spectacular comebacks, but also some quite simply dreadful performances. FC Dallas managed to sneak into the playoffs as a 7th seed thanks to a 6-0 demolition of SKC at home on decision day, and put on an amazing performance against Seattle to try and survive until the dying minutes. However, in the Open Cup, they lost to New Mexico United at home in a disastrous breakdown. It was a weird year to say the least.

Transfers Out:

  • Edwin Gyasi (FW) to PFC CSKA Sofia - Gyasi arrived to a bit of fanfare last summer, but just couldn't handle life in Frisco. The heat, the system, the expectations, whatever it was, it got to him in a big way, and in the words of Buzz Carrick, he just gave up and that was that. Goodbye.
  • Eric Alexander (MF) out of contract - Eric Alexander returned to FC Dallas after getting cut by FC Cincinnati. It helped add an extra depth option that didn't end up being necessary, and honestly looked like a step off the playing field into coaching. Good for him, he'll be great in the academy.
  • Moises Hernandez (DF) out of contract - Moises initially impressed as a homegrown back in 2010, but as he got older, we saw his ceiling and it wasn't very high. He ended up spending the last two years on loan in San Antonio, and might end up joining them permanently.
  • Cristian Colman (FW) out of contract - Colman remains one of the highest profile bust signings in recent history, getting paid 7 figures and scoring just 4 goals in 41 games. He was so, so, so agonizingly close so often, but struggled constantly and became a sad recurring joke among the fanbase. Maybe returning home will help him.
  • Dominique Badji (FW) to Nashville SC - Badji came in as one of Oscar's dudes, and when Oscar left, he needed time to adapt to a new system. There's nothing wrong with the dude, he's just no longer the right fit for the future of the team, and was making too much money to justify his results.
  • Jacori Hayes (MF) to Minnesota United - This one comes mainly because Jacori had slipped down the depth chart, and FC Dallas has more central midfielders than they know what to do with. He was also rarely the first choice guy at any of the spots in the midfield triangle, so it's best for him to go somewhere he can actually play.

Transfers In:

  • Fafa Picault (MF) from Philadelphia Union - FC Dallas had a problem finding a permanent guy on the left wing, and when Picault was available, Luchi pounced. The way he played for Philadelphia fits perfectly with Luchi's vision for the team, and it was a right guy, right time type deal. He's already looking excellent in training, too.
  • Thiago Santos (MF) from Palmeiras - Potentially the first truly Andre Zanotta-led signing, Santos arrives to fill the void left by Carlos Gruezo's sale to Germany last summer. Unfortunately, he was stuck in visa purgatory, so he'll need some more time to fully integrate.
  • Eddie Munjoma (DF) from FC Dallas Academy - Another year, another homegrown signing for FCD. Munjoma was one of the top right backs in the academy, and with the ever-persistent rumors of a Reggie Cannon sale, FCD wanted to sign some depth. Expect to see some Open Cup minutes and North Texas SC loans for him.
  • Franco Jara (FW) from CF Pachuca - FC Dallas went out and signed a highly successful forward who's been tearing it up in Liga MX. I know, it still feels like the beginning of a bad meme. They're trying to work something out to get him earlier than mid-season, but at the very least, he could end up becoming the guy some time in August or so.

Prognosis:

This is the first real year of LuchiBall, now that he and Zanotta have had a chance to trim the roster, sign guys to fit the system, and give a lot of young players meaningful pro minutes in USL1. Everything looks set for a strong season, even if it's not a repeat of the dominance of 2016. The experts all feel like FC Dallas will finish somewhere in the lower half of the playoff seeds in the Western Conference, and that feels right. This team looks solid, but not perfect, although there's a lot of decisions that haven't been tested yet. The most important things are to make the playoffs, look good in the Open Cup, beat up on Houston, and avoid the dreaded Summer Slump that's been the death of many a promising campaign.

Best Case:

The system works, it's an even better team than 2015-2016, FCD makes a deep playoff run, and wins the Open Cup. People thought we were crazy 5 years ago for thinking it could happen, and this is a much deeper, higher-ceiling roster than any team before.

Worst Case:

Full #FlamingMeteor. Everything sucks, attendance drops below 10k per game, we finish way down the table in the West, and some promising young talent suffers a career-altering injury. AKA 2017 all over again.

Reasonable Case:

FC Dallas finishes 5th, beats Houston twice, makes it to the conference semi-finals, and makes the Open Cup final. If this happens, we'll all be pleased enough to avoid rioting in December.

Online Resources

Official Links: Website Twitter Instagram
Unofficial Links: 3rd Degree
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2019.02.27 04:27 JohnMLTX Countdown to Kickoff 2016: FC Dallas

Countdown to Kickoff 2019: FC Dallas

Welcome to FC Dallas's entry in the Countdown to Kickoff! This marks six consecutive years for me writing this post, dating all the way back to 2014. Fortunately, unlike the previous three seasons, this one won't be late!

Basic info:

Full club name: FC Dallas (formerly Dallas Burn) Subreddit: /FCDallas Location: Frisco, Texas (Press here for a handy map!) Stadium: Toyota Stadium, 20,500 Head Coach: Luchi Gonzalez (1st season) Captain: Matt Hedges Owner: Hunt Sports Group, chairman Clark Hunt President: Dan Hunt USL Affiliates:
Kits:
Jersey Sponsor: That fucking pyramid scheme (still)

Rivalries:

  1. Texas Derby vs Houston Dynamo - Easily the most important rivalry for FC Dallas, our annual series against Houston brings out the biggest crowds and highest tempers. Dallas and Houston hate each other all year round in everything: baseball, barbecue, Tex-Mex, everything. When Houston "joined" MLS in 2006, the Texas Derby was born immediately with undeniably the badass-est trophy in sports. This is El Capitán, a Civil War-era Howitzer cannon, still fully operational, and awarded to the victor at the end of the year. Dallas finally won it back in 2018 thanks to a 4-2 win in Frisco on 1 September last year. Dallas hasn't lost to Houston in any competition since March of 2016, and we sure as hell don't intend to start now.
  2. FC Dallas Fans vs FC Dallas Front Office - This one is nasty. For years, there's been a vociferous debate between The Powers That Be and The Powers That Buy Tickets. Until very recently, relations between team staff and the fans, supporters, media, and local communities were strained. Things have very happily improved in recent months, but there's still a lot of bad blood lying around.
  3. FC Dallas vs Austin FC - Even though they won't join MLS until the 2021 season, and even though the Crew were #SaveD, there's already an unhealthy helping of hatred towards our future neighbors to the south. People in Dallas generally hate on Austin pretty consistently, for mainly cultural and political reasons, and it only got worse with the behaviors of Precourt and co, not to mention a few incidents between our supporters and theirs. If we have our way (and we just might!), they won't be joining the Texas Derby, and we'll figure out something else to include them in a la Cascadia.
  4. FC Dallas Fans vs The Dallas North Tollway - This one might just be the cause for a significant chunk of our attendance woes. In order to access Toyota Stadium from much of the MetroPlex, one must traverse this icon of suburbia that at one point was due to be converted into toll-less highway. That still hasn't happened, and now we're still stuck paying a few bucks just to drive to the stadium. There's no DART rail service in Frisco, and no plans to build it any time soon, either. At least parking is free, right?
  5. FC Dallas vs Sporting KC - Much like how Seattle vs Portland also has that third team in Vancouver, Sporting KC is probably the next biggest rival for both Dallas and Houston after each other. SKC has flattened us repeatedly in the Open Cup, and Peter Vermes seems to always have us figured out. These games get properly intense and heated, and players and fans on both sides acknowledge that this is a meaningful rivalry now.
  6. The Rest - Dallas traditionally has a rivalry trophy against the Chicago Fire, dating back to 1998, but with Chicago occupying the Eastern Conference as of late, we don't play them enough to keep that hatred going. Add in Columbus and the Lamar Hunt Pioneer Cup to that same list, which might become more of a thing now that the Crew's future is certain, but for now, isn't really much of anything on either side. For a variety of reasons (2010 MLS Cup final, Oscar Pareja, many injuries), Dallas and Colorado fans don't get along much, and games between us tend to get crazy. Add in Portland and Vancouver, two other teams that tend to always play us hard, and you have quite a lengthy shitlist for FC Dallas fans.

Preseason Roster:

# Pos Name # Pos Name
1 GK Jesse González (HG) 16 FW Dominique Badji
2 DF Reggie Cannon (HG) 17 MF Francis Atuahene (GA)
3 DF Reto Ziegler 18 MF Brandon Servania (HG)
4 DF Bressan 19 MF Paxton Pomykal (HG)
5 DF Moisés Hernández 21 MF Michael Barrios
6 DF Marquinhos Pedroso 22 FW Ema Twumasi (GA)
7 MF Carlos Gruezo 23 MF Thomas Roberts (HG)
8 MF Bryan Acosta 24 DF Matt Hedges
9 FW Cristian Colmán 25 DF Callum Montgomery
10 MF Pablo Aránguiz 26 DF John Nelson (GA)
11 MF Santiago Mosquera 27 FW Jesús Ferreira (HG)
12 RH Ryan Hollingshead 29 DF Bryan Reynolds (HG)
13 FW Zdeněk Ondrášek 30 GK Kyle Zobeck
14 GK Jimmy Maurer 33 MF Edwin Cerrillo (HG)
15 MF Jacori Hayes

Predicted Gameday 18

Badji
Mosquera Barrios
Pomykal Acosta
Gruezo
Hollingshead Ziegler Hedges Cannon
Gonzalez
Bench: Jacori Hayes, Jimmy Maurer, Bressan, Marquinhos Pedroso, Pablo Aránguiz, Zdeněk Ondrášek, Jesús Ferreira
Luchi Gonzalez typically uses a 4-3-3 with one defensive midfielder, which will continue to be Gruezo as things currently look. He then plays two linking/central midfielders in front, which looks to be Pomykal and new DP signing Bryan Acosta. Up top, Badji is probably going to be "the guy" for a while, and Barrios and Mosquera are still firmly starters. The back line will likely remain unchanged save for Pedroso in for Hollingshead when he's healthy and recovered. Expect most of those names on the bench to get some minutes, with Maurer probably playing at least 8 games in goal.

Brief Overview of last season:

Dallas entered 2018 on the heels of (to that point) the largest, most shocking, most inexplicable collapse in MLS history that rendered many of us (as well as Matt Doyle) absolutely shooketh to the core. Oscar responded by trimming the roster, overhauling the back line, and rebuilding the midfield to be younger and faster.
To put it lightly: it worked. Dallas stormed out of the gate, and at the halfway point, held a 10-5-2 record. Everything seemed to be going just fine into the summer, avoiding the Dreaded Annual Summer Slump™. In July, FC Dallas adjusted to life without Mauro Diaz, when our magic Argentinian unicorn hopped on a plain to the UAE with the explicit goal of getting as paid as possible. Losing Mauro hurt on and off the field, and Dallas went from winning comfortably to looking shaky at times, and limped into the knockout round following three consecutive losses. In the Open Cup, Dallas beat San Antonio FC 1-0 to face the bane of our cup existence, Sporting KC, who once again beat us in agonizing, yellow card-happy fashion. Dallas faced Portland in the knockout round, and despite playing up a man for much of the second half, just could not score a single goal.
At the end of the season, Oscar Pareja left to join Club Tijuana, and with that, a brand new era of Dallas soccer began.

Transfers Out:

  • Oscar Pareja (Coach) to Tijuana - Oscar Pareja arrived with FCD in shambles, and immediately turned things around. Under Pareja, Dallas played the best soccer in team history, and finally added to the trophy cabinet for the first time since 1997. While it's sad to see him leave, we're excited to see what he can do in Mexico, and maybe some day as head coach of the Colombian national team.
  • Maynor Figueroa (DF) to Houston - Figueroa arrived through a trade with Colorado as one of Oscar's personal picks to sure up the defense in 2016. He participated in both the Open Cup win and the campaign that won the shield, but his age started to catch up to him, and by the end of 2018, no longer fit what we needed.
  • Roland Lamah (MF) to Cincinnati - Lamah spent two seasons in Dallas, and when he was on, he was deadly. The only problem was, he wasn't always on. At his worst moments, we actually saw players adjusting their positions to compensate, and this led to some of the tougher losses last season. He makes sense for Cincinnati, and I'm glad he's still getting to play, but damn, some of those moments here were special.
  • Tesho Akindele (FW) to Orlando - Tesho was a 6th overall SuperDraft pick in 2014 who quickly shined under Pareja. In five seasons, he scored 29 goals for Dallas, assisted numerous others, and managed to turn around games in the dying moments. Spending 2018 as a super-sub most of the time, Tesho was responsible for scoring twice in the final four minutes to beat Atlanta at home last summer. That's what I'll remember him for, and fondly.
  • Maximiliano Urruti (FW) to Montreal - Dallas managed to snag Maxi from Portland in the Re-Entry Draft in 2015, and he immediately became our first choice striker. In three seasons for Dallas, he led the team in scoring each time, scoring the final goal of the 2016 Open Cup, and tallying a total of 34 goals for us. He was never the superstar forward the fans demand it, but damn it, he was effective when we needed him to be.
  • Victor Ulloa (MF) to Cincinnati - Ulloa signed his homegrown contract all the way back in the Summer of 2010, right out of Pareja's academy. Although he didn't crack the first team until 2014, he became our go-to defensive midfielder and formed a devastating disruptive presence with Kellyn Acosta. He was the quintessential Pareja player, and with Pareja gone, it wasn't as surprising to see him leave. Still stung, though. Wish him all the best.

Transfers In:

  • Luchi Gonzalez (Manager) from FCD Academy - When the most successful manager in team history leaves, what do you do? Well, if you're Dallas, you turn to the academy, just like looking for a new young player. Luchi took over from Pareja when Pareja signed in Colorado, and continued to develop players at an amazing rate. Promoting him to the first team is such a smart, easy move, and I honestly can't think of anyone else I'd rather have in charge.
  • Zdeněk "Cobra" Ondrášek (FW) from Wisla Kraków - Dallas fans had been clamoring for a big name superstar forward for years. While Ondrášek is probably not the name they expected (nor can pronounce), there's reason to believe he might be a useful option this season. He's looked increasingly comfortable during pre-season, even if he's not yet the first-choice guy. But hey, it's forward depth options!
  • Bressan (DF) from Grêmio - Center back depth has been a problem for Dallas for years, as after Hedges and Ziegler, there's not much else. Bressan definitely fixes that in a big way, even if he's not a go-to starter this year, and it's always nice to have an extra CB come summertime.
  • Bryan Acosta (MF) from CD Tenerife - This, right here, is the big signing. With both Acosta and Ulloa departing, Dallas needed help in midfield, and when you run a dual-8 system like Luchi does, Acosta is exactly who you want. Only 25, Honduran international, and meshes well with Pomykal and Gruezo. Might take him some time to get situated, but definitely one to watch.
  • Edwin Cerrillo (MF) and Dante Sealy (FW) from FCD Academy - Our 24th and 25th homegrown players, these two both impressed in recent USSDA seasons, and will likely get some minutes in USL1 this year.
  • Callum Montgomery (DF) from SuperDraft - One more in a growing list of defenders we've found in the SuperDraft that quickly impress in training, earning a spot with the first team. He might spend more time in USL1 this season, but he's a good player with a high ceiling.

Key Players

  • Matt Hedges (DF) - Our captain and center back extraordinaire, Matt Hedges is back for his eighth season in Dallas. He's been the one constant presence dating back to 2012. He's actually had a career in Dallas long enough to have been teammates with Sealy and Ferreira's fathers despite being just 28. He's worked his way into the fringes of the national team, and he's the anchor of our backline. Oh captain, my captain.
  • Jesse Gonzalez (GK) - Jesse was an absolute beast during his time in the academy, and by the time he was 20, he was starting in MLS. He's broken several records previously held by Nick Rimando for goalkeepers, and he keeps getting better every year. He's also officially filed a one-time switch to join the USA player pool.
  • Carlos Gruezo (MF) - While it might seem odd to have a defensive midfielder DP, Gruezo is such a vital piece of our midfield who immediately improved the team on his arrival that he actually seems like a bargain. In both Oscar and Luchi's systems, Gruezo has been the primary linking player between the back line and the rest of midfield, and he's been nothing short of spectacular in Dallas.
  • Paxton Pomykal (MF) - I know I've been saying this for a while, but it's finally the Year of Pax. Pomykal was electric in the academy and has been a difference-making presence for the youth international teams. Now, he's firmly won a starting role as the "free 8" in Luchi's 4-3-3 system. He had a strong preseason, now it's time to see what he can really do.
  • Michael Barrios (MF) - Barrios is dangerous every single game, no other way to put it. He's fast, he's clever, and he always manages to find a compromising position behind defenders. Entering his fifth season for Dallas, he remains one of our most vitally important attacking players, and the bane of the Western Conference.
  • Santiago Mosquera (MF) - Mosquera was a quintessential Oscar signing: a young, fast, creative winger from Colombia who stepped in to fill a Fabian Castillo-sized void last season. He's a versatile winger who can play either side or as a quasi-10, and when given space to do his thing, he's capable of the same sort of magic that Castillo and Diaz showed in seasons past. Him and Barrios make for a devastating combo that's an absolute joy to watch.

Prognosis for upcoming season:

This season is one of change, with a new head coach, new technical director, a new system, and loads of new players. Confidence is high with Luchi, and preseason went about as well as it could have, so there's some expectation of success. There's also the new creation (at long last) of an official FC Dallas USL team, North Texas SC. Our roster grows ever younger and more homegrown, despite some veteran international additions. Dallas looks like it'll be pretty solid in 2019, especially once some of our new players get comfortable, playoffs are definitely in the cards. Beyond that, it's anyone's guess.

Scenarios:

  • Best Case: Dallas storms out of the gate just like in 2015 and 2016, with Luchi's clever dual-8 system torching the league. Badji emerges as a dominant striker, while Ondrášek and Ferreira both impress with the minutes they earn. The Beer Guardians and El Matador firmly bury the hatchet and form a united supporter's presence in the garden. Attendance reaches an all-time high north of 17k. Dallas makes a deep run in the Open Cup, breaks the club record of 60 points in a season, and hoists the one remaining trophy this November.
  • Worst Case: Basically a repeat of 2012. The team looks confused and without an identity, players get hurt, and Luchi finds himself firmly out of his depth. We don't come close to making the playoffs, and the team relocates to San Antonio sets a fresh record for futility. Also, no one shows up.
  • Realistic Scenario: Dallas starts off a little shaky, but finds its form by May. The team goes on a hot streak into the summer, drops off a bit in August, and finishes 4th in the West. In the Open Cup, we lose in the semi-finals to Philadelphia, who go on to win. In the playoffs, we lose to Portland who then loses to the Red Bulls in the final.

Online Resources

Official Links: Website Twitter Instagram
Unofficial Links: 3rd Degree Big D Soccer
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2018.02.18 03:37 JohnMLTX Countdown to Kickoff 2018: FC Dallas

Countdown to Kickoff 2018: FC Dallas
”Better late than never, right?”
Previous Threads:
02/08 Atlanta United F.C. by dezmodez
02/09 Chicago Fire S.C. by rickythesticky
02/10 Colorado Rapids by theothermatthew
02/11 Columbus Crew S.C. by Crunch18
02/12 D.C. United by StaticUnion
02/14 Houston Dynamo by AndrewNaranja
02/15 Los Angeles Galaxy by Crendes
02/16 Montreal Impact by Meroy22
02/17 New England Revolution by djyost316
Hello! You probably noticed how this thread wasn’t posted when it was supposed to be. Or the next day. Or the next day after that.
Yeah. I know. I apologize.
Anyway, let’s get into this mess. This is now the fifth year in a row I’ve done this mess. It’s also the third one in a row to be late! At least I’m consistent.

Basic info:

  • Name: FC Dallas (formerly the Dallas Burn)
  • Location: Frisco, TX (~25 miles north of downtown Dallas)
  • Stadium: Toyota Stadium
  • Head Coach: Oscar Pareja
  • Captain: Matt Hedges
  • USL Affiliate: OKC Energy FC
  • History: One of the class of 1996 MLS teams, we went from 1997 to 2016 without winning a major trophy. And then we won that double! And then last year we didn’t make the playoffs, which really sucked.

Rivalries:

  1. Houston Dynamo - The Texas Derby, our fiercest rivalry, and the highest level of Texan soccer. Dallas and Houston hate each other at the best of time simply out of our weird Texan shit. We annually compete for the best fuckin' trophy in MLS, hands down, El Capitan. You see that shit? That's a goddamn Civil War era Howitzer cannon. And the thing still fires. The winning team gets to display it and fire it at their home games, it's badass. Dallas had it from 2013 through 2015, and Houston has held it (for now) since 2016, mainly since the past three games have ended in draws. Biggest games in recent years are the August 23, 2017 game, the August 27, 2016 game, and the March 12, 2016 game.
  2. Colorado Rapids - They stole our 2010 MLS Cup, so we stole their coach. We always play hard against each other. It’s pretty good fun.
  3. The Dallas North Tollway - The primary road leading to the stadium is a toll road. This is the single largest barrier to entry for new and casual fans, as there is no public transportation access to the stadium. This sucks a lot, but it’s just a fact of life for the Dallas suburbs. But it’s still a major sore spot.
  4. Portland Timbers - The tissue incident, the many rough as hell games, the playoff drama, all of it. We go at each other. Less of a full rivalry, more of routinely intense games.
  5. Sporting KC - Much like Dallas vs Houston, we squabble with Kansas City people on things like American football, soccer football, baseball, barbecue, and whatever other trivial nonsense comes up.

Preseason Roster

# Pos Name # Pos Name
1 GK Jesse Gonzalez (HGP) 18 MF Brandon Servania (HGP)
2 DF Reggie Cannon (HGP) 19 MF Paxton Pomykal (HGP)
3 DF Reto Ziegler 20 MF Roland Lamah
6 DF Anton Nedyalkov 21 FW Michael Barrios
7 MF Carlos Gruezo (DP) 22 FW Ema Twumasi
8 MF Victor Ulloa (HGP) 23 MF Kellyn Acosta (HGP)
9 FW Cristian Colmán (DP) 24 DF Matt Hedges (C)
10 MF Mauro Díaz 27 FW Jesus Ferreira (HGP)
11 MF Santiago Mosquera (DP) 28 FW Adonijah Reid
12 MF Ryan Hollingshead 29 FW Bryan Reynolds (HGP)
13 FW Tesho Akindele 31 DF Maynor Figueroa
14 GK Jimmy Maurer 32 DF Kris Reaves (HGP)
15 MF Jacori Hayes 34 DF Jordan Cano (HGP)
17 FW Francis Atuahene 37 FW Maximiliano Urruti

Returning:

  • Jesse Gonzalez - Routine starting keeper in recent years, took over the number 1 job from Seitzy. He’s now officially a USA international, and he’s been putting up some very impressive numbers. Watch this kiddo.
  • Reggie Cannon - Went from the academy to the bench, and made a single appearance in the USOC last year. He’s now likely become our starting right back. USA youth international.
  • Carlos Gruezo - Our primary defensive/holding midfielder, who usually plays alongside either Acosta or Ulloa. He’s never scored a goal in MLS play, but he’s been a hugely important piece in midfield.
  • Victor Ulloa - Another defensive/holding mid, and the only remaining player from our 2011 roster. He usually platoons with Acosta or Gruezo.
  • Cristian Colmán - Our not-yet-proven DP forward, who scored 2 goals in MLS and 2 in the CCL last season. He’s been playing alongside Urruti with our new 3-5-2 setup, and also gets a fair bit of work as a sub.
  • Mauro Díaz - Super Mauro, our magic unicorn. When he’s healthy, he’s one of the best attacking midfielders in MLS. But he’s not been as healthy as we’d like. Only played 1108 minutes last season. But he’s back in form, and has been fantastic in preseason.
  • Ryan Hollingshead - Our resident Formidfender. He’s the only FCD player to appear at forward, midfielder, defender, and keeper in an MLS season ever. This season, expect to see him as a backup winger, potentially starting on the right side from time to time, and making a lot of sub appearances wherever we need him. Survived a terrifying encounter with a car that broke his neck last year.
  • Tesho Akindele - Captain Canadia himself. We don’t start him much anymore, but as a supersub forward, he’s had some strong moments.
  • Jacori Hayes - Only played 91 minutes in MLS last year, and spent some time on loan with the Tulsa Roughnecks. Could feature as an emergency backup for Mauro, or as depth in the Open Cup and CCL.
  • Paxton Pomykal - Watch this kid. He’s showing some fantastic promise as a right winger and a central attacking mid, and is likely a future starter. Might even happen this season. He was a regular with the USA U-18s.
  • Roland Lamah - When he’s on his game, he’s lethal. When he’s off his game, bad things happen very quickly. Scored 11 goals in league play last year. Currently competing with Mosquera for the left wing starting spot.
  • Michael Barrios - Led the team in assists last year with 12. He’s not much of a goal scorer, but that hasn’t mattered much. Probable starting right winger. He’s also fast as hell.
  • Kellyn Acosta - Homegrown defensive mid extraordinaire. Already a full USA international at 22, with more than 100 games for FCD under his belt. One of the faces of the franchise over the past several years. He’s good.
  • Matt Hedges - Oh captain, my captain! Our primary center back for years now, he’s the active leader in appearances for the team with 186 in MLS play. Expect him to start almost every single game.
  • Jesus Ferreira - Our first 2nd-generation FCD player. His dad, David Ferreira, played for FCD for five years from 2009 through 2013. Haven’t seen much of him yet, but the coaching staff rate him highly.
  • Adonijah Reid - Only 18, and has yet to actually make an appearance with the first team. He’s a bit of a developmental project currently. Looked pretty good for the Ottawa Fury in USL last season on loan.
  • Bryan Reynolds - See above. Homegrown still in development. Only 16.
  • Maynor Figueroa - Is he a center back? Is he a left back? I don’t really know for sure. But he was consistent last season, and helped Matt Hedges lock things down.
  • Maxi Urruti - Our most consistent goal scorer, and a new-found fan favorite. He’s been thriving under Oscar Pareja, and is our likely first choice forward this year.

Incoming:

  • Jimmy Maurer - Spent five years with the New York Cosmos as their number 1 keeper. He’s likely our backup, and will probably start in the Open Cup and CCL when fixture congestion hits.
  • Santiago Mosquera - This is likely the biggest signing in FC Dallas history. He was starting for Millonarios in Colombia, and his transfer made a lot of their fans very, very angry. He’s been electric in preseason, too.
  • Anton Nedyalkov - Young LB with years of experience at the Europa League level. Already making an impact with experiments in 3-5-2 formations.
  • Reto Ziegler - Former Swiss international who has played all over Europe. This is the sort of experienced, reliable CB depth we absolutely needed last summer.

Draft Picks

  • R1 P4 - Francis Atuahene - Impressed everyone while at Michigan, and was one of the highest rated prospects in the draft. Everyone’s excited to see how he does with Oscar.
  • R1 P11 - Ema Twumasi - Helped take Wake Forest to the ACC championship and NCAA quarterfinals. Forward/Attacking mid.
(rest have not yet been signed)

Outgoing

  • Hernan Grana - Right back who worked his ass off constantly last year. Even if his performances left something to be desired, his work ethic absolutely did not. Loan expired, he’s back in Argentina.
  • Carlos Cermeño - Only played 315 minutes. Not much to say.
  • Luis Gonzalez - Played 8 minutes. Nothing to say.
  • Javier Morales - Old Man Javier struggled through 757 minutes while Mauro was hurt. Scored one goal and assisted two others. Our pace of play was clearly too much for him. I’d be shocked if he doesn’t retire.
  • Atiba Harris - Wonderful person, but inconsistent at right back, and with several younger players ready to start, there just wasn’t room for him anymore. We wish him all the best in Mexico!
  • Coy Craft - A forward who couldn’t score goals. Things just never really panned out for him. I think he’s one of the biggest casualties of our lack of a USL reserve team. On trial in Europe right now.
  • Chris Seitz - Spent five seasons as our backup keeper, and started most of 2016. Have fun in Houston, my dude.
  • Walker Hume - Draft pick that only played two games for Dallas. Went on loan to Orange County SC, so he could end up signing for LAFC.
  • Aaron Guillen - Depth homegrown defender that never really impressed much. Not sure where he’ll end up next.
  • Walker Zimmerman - This one hurts. He was a franchise dude that worked his way from the SuperDraft into a starting role. I personally hope he does great things with LAFC.

2017 In Review

The season started off really well, winning our CCL group, making it to the quarterfinals against Pachuca, and going unbeaten in the first 9 MLS games. Even into July, things were looking really, really good for the team. And then we lost to SKC in a completely farcical Open Cup game, got destroyed 4-0 at home by Vancouver, and didn’t win another game until the end of September. Few things fuck your playoff chances like a 10 game winless streak. Despite beating the Galaxy 5-1 at home on Decision Day, we went from winning the shield to out of the playoff spots in a year.

2018 Preview

Things need to improve. We struggled everywhere last year, and the summer of misery was one of our worst slumps ever. The roster was gutted, with loads of new players coming in from the academy, and more importantly, from us actually spending money for once. e need to start off by holding our own in the CCL, which starts next Wednesday. I think we have a team capable of beating Tauro, but when it comes down to America or Saprissa, that’s tough to say. But we really need to focus on that, hard.

Expected Formations

Honestly, I don’t know what we’re likely to do. We’ve used a 4-2-3-1 and 4-4-2 last year and in preseason, but have also added a 3-5-2 to the mix. We also have depth at pretty much every position, so Oscar is likely to mix things up to match each opponent. I don’t even really know who the first choice starters are yet, since so many of the new signings impressed in preseason.
That being said, I can at least throw together a depth chart:
Goalkeeper:
  1. Jesse Gonzalez
  2. Jimmy Maurer
Center Back:
  1. Matt Hedges
  2. Reto Ziegler
  3. Kris Reaves/Jordan Cano
Left Back:
  1. Anton Nedyalkov
  2. Maynor Figueroa
Right Back:
  1. Reggie Cannon
  2. Ryan Hollingshead
Defensive Midfield:
  1. Carlos Gruezo
  2. Kellyn Acosta
  3. Victor Ulloa
Central Midfield:
  1. Mauro Diaz
  2. Jacori Hayes/Ema Twumasi?
  3. Paxton Pomykal maybe?/Brandon Servania?
Left Wing:
  1. Sebastian Mosquera
  2. Roland Lamah
  3. Francis Atuahene
Right Wing:
  1. Michael Barrios
  2. Paxton Pomykal
  3. Ema Twumasi?
Forward:
  1. Maxi Urruti
  2. Cristian Colman
  3. Tesho Akindele
  4. Francis Atuahene?
Expect this to change as we get the final roster, but this so far reflects everything I’ve seen and read.

Best Case Scenario:

We come out looking like the 2016 team again, boss the league around, win the CCL, and win the MLS Cup. Attendance jumps back up with the new renovation, and we find our average north of 18k. I give this maybe a 10-20% chance of happening.

Worst Case Scenario:

The locker room issues and depressing performances continue, the team remains outside of the playoffs all season long, and we get destroyed in the CCL. Also, the Crew relocate and Houston wins the Cup. This has maybe a 5-10% chance of happening.

Realistic Scenario:

We beat Tauro in the CCL, and struggle to make it past the Quarterfinals. We sit somewhere around 2nd-4th in the West most of the season, before the summer slump drops us down to 5th-6th. We make the Open Cup semifinal, make the playoffs, and lose the second leg of the semifinals. This would be an acceptable season in my opinion, if unspectacular. I think we can do better than this, but I don’t really expect much worse.
Anyways, thank you for reading, apologies again for the delay, and I hope to see everyone in the CCL match threads!
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2017.11.12 20:09 not_too_slow NPRs list of 150 best female albums (in one list)

Hi folks,
I posted a request for a text list of the 150 best female albums and got nothing. By starting here: https://www.npr.org/2017/07/20/538307314/turning-the-tables-150-greatest-albums-made-by-women-page-15 and clicking and copying and pasting, I made the full list. It's still very interesting for me to read the info about each album, and it's certainly a list that can be argued about. But here it is:
  1. Joni Mitchell Blue (Reprise, 1971)
  2. Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (Ruffhouse/Columbia, 1998)
  3. Nina Simone I Put A Spell on You (Philips, 1965)
  4. Aretha Franklin I Never Loved a Man The Way I Love You (Atlantic, 1967)
  5. Missy Elliott Supa Dupa Fly (The Goldmind/Elektra, 1997)
  6. Beyoncé Lemonade (Parkwood/Columbia, 2016)
  7. Patti Smith Horses (Arista, 1975)
  8. Janis Joplin Pearl (Columbia, 1971)
  9. Amy Winehouse Back To Black (Island, 2006)
  10. Carole King Tapestry (Ode, 1971)
  11. Dolly PartonCoat Of Many Colors (RCA Records, 1971)
  12. Erykah BaduBaduizm (Universal, 1997)
  13. MadonnaLike a Prayer (Sire, 1989)
  14. Whitney HoustonWhitney Houston (Arista, 1985)
  15. Diana Ross and the SupremesWhere Did Our Love Go (Motown, 1964)
  16. Fleetwood MacRumours (Warner Bros., 1977)
  17. Janet JacksonControl (A&M, 1986)
  18. Lucinda WilliamsCar Wheels On A Gravel Road (Mercury, 1998)
  19. SelenaAmor Prohibido (EMI Latin, 1994)
  20. The RonettesPresenting the Fabulous Ronettes Featuring Veronica (Philles Records, 1964)
  21. PJ Harvey Rid Of Me (Island Records, 1993)
  22. Sade Diamond Life (Sony, 1984)
  23. Aretha Franklin Amazing Grace (Atlantic, 1972)
  24. Loretta Lynn Coal Miner's Daughter (Decca, 1970)
  25. Ani Difranco Little Plastic Castle (Righteous Babe Records, 1998)
  26. TLC CrazySexyCool (LaFace, 1994)
  27. Tori Amos Little Earthquakes (Atlantic, 1992)
  28. Nina Simone Nina Simone Sings the Blues (RCA Victor, 1967)
  29. Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill (Maverick, 1995)
  30. Adele 21 (Columbia/XL, 2011)
  31. Liz Phair Exile In Guyville (Capitol/EMI/Matador, 1993)
  32. Björk Post (Elektra, 1995)
  33. Queen Latifah All Hail The Queen (Tommy Boy, 1989)
  34. Tina Turner Private Dancer (Capitol, 1984)
  35. Blondie Parallel Lines (Chrysalis, 1978)
  36. Grace Jones Nightclubbing (Island Records, 1981)
  37. Kate Bush Hounds Of Love (EMI, 1985)
  38. Odetta It's a Mighty World (RCA Victor, 1964)
  39. Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator) (Acony Records, 2001)
  40. The Staple Singers Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (Stax, 1972)
  41. Tracy Chapman Tracy Chapman (Elektra, 1988)
  42. Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Johnny Mercer Song Book (Verve, 1964)
  43. M.I.A. Kala (XL/Interscope, 2007)
  44. Heart Dreamboat Annie (Mushroom, 1976)
  45. Dusty Springfield Dusty in Memphis (Atlantic, 1969)
  46. Emmylou Harris Wrecking Ball (Elektra, 1995)
  47. Celia Cruz Son con Guaguanco (Emusica/Fania, 1966)
  48. Etta James Rocks The House (Argo, 1964)
  49. Rickie Lee Jones Pirates (Warner Bros., 1981)
  50. Hole Live Through This (DGC, 1994)
  51. Sarah Vaughan Sassy Swings Again (Mercury, 1967)
  52. Bonnie Raitt Nick Of Time (Capitol/EMI, 1989)
  53. Linda Ronstadt Heart Like A Wheel (Capitol, 1974)
  54. Nico Chelsea Girl (Verve, 1967)
  55. The Go-Gos Beauty And The Beat (I.R.S., 1981)
  56. X-Ray Spex Germfree Adolescents (EMI, 1978)
  57. Mary J. Blige What's the 411? (Uptown/MCA, 1992)
  58. Labelle Nightbirds (Epic, 1974)
  59. Indigo Girls Indigo Girls (Epic, 1989)
  60. The Pretenders Pretenders (Sire, 1980)
  61. Destiny's Child The Writing's on the Wall (Columbia, 1999)
  62. Dixie Chicks Wide Open Spaces (BMG/Sony, 1998)
  63. Madonna Like a Virgin (Sire, 1984)
  64. Spice Girls Spice (Virgin, 1996)
  65. Cassandra Wilson Blue Light 'Til Dawn (Blue Note, 1993)
  66. Miriam Makeba Pata Pata (Reprise, 1967)
  67. Sinead O'Connor I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got (Chrysalis Records, 1990)
  68. Rosanne Cash King's Record Shop (Columbia, 1987)
  69. Cyndi Lauper She's So Unusual (Portrait/Sony 1983)
  70. Stevie Nicks Bella Donna (Modern, 1981)
  71. Salt-N-Pepa Blacks' Magic (London, 1990)
  72. The Runaways The Runaways (Mercury, 1976)
  73. Astrud Gilberto The Astrud Gilberto Album(Verve Records, 1965)
  74. The Raincoats The Raincoats (Rough Trade, 1979)
  75. Donna Summer Bad Girls (Casablanca, 1979)
  76. Tammy Wynette Stand By Your Man (Epic, 1969)
  77. Aaliyah Aaliyah (Blackground/Virgin America 2001)
  78. The Bulgarian State Radio & Television Choir Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares (Nonesuch, 1987)
  79. Portishead Dummy (Go! Beat, 1994)
  80. Laurie Anderson Big Science (Warner Bros., 1982)
  81. Sleater-Kinney Dig Me Out (Kill Rock Stars, 1997)
  82. Laura Nyro New York Tendaberry (Columbia, 1969)
  83. Bobbie Gentry Ode To Billie Joe (Capitol Records, 1967)
  84. Roberta Flack First Take (Atlantic, 1969)
  85. Joan Baez Diamonds & Rust (A&M, 1975)
  86. Alice Coltrane Journey in Satchidananda (GRP/Impulse!, 1971)
  87. X Los Angeles (Slash/Rhino, 1980)
  88. k. d. lang Ingénue (Sire, 1992)
  89. Shania Twain Come On Over (Mercury Records, 1997)
  90. Barbra Streisand Funny Girl, Broadway Cast Album (Capitol Records, 1964)
  91. Alison Krauss And Union Station New Favorite (Rounder, 2001)
  92. Meshell Ndegeocello Peace Beyond Passion (Maverick, 1996)
  93. Britney Spears ...Baby One More Time (Jive Records, 1999)
  94. Sheryl Crow Tuesday Night Music Club (A&M, 1993)
  95. Shakira ¿Dónde Están los Ladrones? (Sony, 1998)
  96. Lil' Kim Hard Core (Big Beat/Undeas Recordings, 1996)
  97. Mariah Carey Daydream (Columbia Records, 1995)
  98. Bikini Kill Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah (Kill Rock Stars, 1993)
  99. Taylor Swift Fearless (Big Machine Records, 2008)
  100. Buffy Sainte-Marie It's My Way! (Vanguard Records, 1964)
  101. Eurythmics Touch (RCA, 1983)
  102. Alabama Shakes Sound & Color (ATO, 2015)
  103. Umm Kulthum Enta Omri (You Are My Life) (Sono, 1964)
  104. ESG Come Away With ESG (99 Records, 1983)
  105. Sheila E. The Glamorous Life (Warner Bros., 1984)
  106. No Doubt Tragic Kingdom (Interscope, 1995)
  107. The Shangri-Las Leader of the Pack (Red Bird Records, 1965)
  108. Gladys Knight and the Pips Imagination (Buddah Records, 1973)
  109. Against Me! Transgender Dysphoria Blues (Total Treble, 2014)
  110. Miranda Lambert Platinum (RCA Nashville, 2014)
  111. Diamanda Galás The Litanies of Satan (Y, 1982)
  112. Mercedes Sosa Mercedes Sosa en Argentina (Universal Distribution/Philips, 1982)
  113. Aretha Franklin Young, Gifted and Black (Atlantic Records, 1972)
  114. Reba McEntire Rumor Has It (MCA, 1990)
  115. La Lupe & Tito Puente La Pareja (Fania/Tico Records, 1978)
  116. Macy Gray On How Life Is (Epic, 1999)
  117. Joan Jett I Love Rock 'n' Roll (Boardwalk, 1981)
  118. Chaka Khan I Feel for You (Warner Bros., 1984)
  119. The Slits Cut (Island Records, 1979)
  120. Anita Baker Rapture (Elektra, 1986)
  121. Joni Mitchell Hejira (Asylum, 1976)
  122. Siouxsie and the Banshees The Scream (Polydor, 1978)
  123. Cris Williamson The Changer and the Changed: A Record of the Times (Olivia Records, 1975)
  124. Carly Simon No Secrets (Elektra, 1972)
  125. Fiona Apple Tidal (Work Group/Clean Slate/Columbia, 1996)
  126. The Carpenters A Song for You (A&M Records, 1972)
  127. Sonic Youth Sister (SST, 1987)
  128. Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster, Panaiotis Deep Listening (New Albion, 1989)
  129. Marianne Faithfull Broken English (Island, 1979)
  130. Teena Marie Wild and Peaceful (Motown Records, 1979)
  131. Shirley Horn I Thought About You — Live At Vine St. (Verve Records, 1987)
  132. Shelby Lynne I Am Shelby Lynne (Island/Mercury, 2000)
  133. Fanny Fanny Hill (Reprise, 1972)
  134. Solange A Seat at the Table (Saint/Columbia 2016)
  135. The B-52's The B-52's (Warner Bros., 1979)
  136. Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band (Apple Records, 1970)
  137. Ofra Haza 50 Gates Of Wisdom (Yemenite Songs) (Shanachie, 1987)
  138. Cocteau Twins Heaven or Las Vegas (4AD, 1990)
  139. The Bangles All Over the Place (Columbia, 1984)
  140. Norah Jones Come Away with Me (Blue Note, 2002)
  141. Joanna Newsom Ys (Drag City, 2006)
  142. Iris DeMent My Life (Warner Bros., 1993)
  143. Robyn Body Talk (Konichiwa Records, 2010)
  144. The Breeders Last Splash (4AD/Elektra, 1993)
  145. Oumou Sangare Moussolou (Women) (Kartell/World Circuit, 1989)
  146. Patty Griffin Flaming Red (A&M, 1998)
  147. Meredith Monk Dolmen Music (ECM, 1981)
  148. Terri Lyne Carrington The Mosaic Project (Concord Jazz, 2011)
  149. Alicia Keys Songs In A Minor (J Records, 2001)
  150. The Roches The Roches (Warner Bros., 1979)
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2017.08.23 18:39 bergobergo Running Jokes for Each MLS Team

With the whole NYCFC temporarily becoming Hartford Whalers FC thing, I got to thinking about what the running jokes and memes are for each team in MLS. I've started to fill out the list, but I'm looking for your help.
Atlanta United: We're gonna stomp you out; Setting their best players on fire; owned by D.C. United
Chicago Fire: Will the Fire win the World Cup?
Columbus Crew: Burning Scoreboards; Flipping off the camera; #hatweek; toilet smoke; flashing fans
DC United: The raccoons; drowning under 3 feet of rain; RFK is falling down, falling down;
Montreal Impact: Drogba Leglock; Oldest team in MLS;
New England Revolution: Crayola Crest; 0-5;
New York City FC: The team that doesn't give a crud; The Whale FC; Stealing seats to build their own stadium; Man City, Jr./Lite; Frank Lampard; The Pigeons; 7-0; LOLtras
New York Red Bulls: New Jersey Red Bulls; Energy Drink FC; That's so Metro; Pink Cows with no Cups;
Orlando City SC: The crotch grab heard 'round the world aka Central Florida gonna Central Florida; LOLtras
Philadelphia Union: Goalkeeper collectors; C'mon, do something
Toronto FC: Now that they're no longer the highest spending failures in the league, they lack any good running jokes, but they did lose MLS Cup to a team with 0 shots on goal. It's a bloody big deal.
Colorado Rapids: The Colorado Binaries; Stats will lose to the human spirit
FC Dallas: Best soccer team that no one watches; Frisco FC
Houston Dynamo: Fans dressing as orange seats;
LA Galaxy: The league added ___ new rule for them; Pigeon Killers; De Jong/Van Damme literally killed a dude;
Minnesota United: Winger FC; #PANIC; The Worst Team in MLS History; Under 5 Wins; 6 Wins for a free car; Demidov in general;
Portland Timbers: Crying Timbers Fan; Can't win a road game FC; Tie Fighters; Cal FC; “Please please win! Meow meow meow!”; Fifty Hotdogs; Wait, you can sub before the 80th minute? Caleb pisses off Bruce Arena; Caleb pisses off Oscar Pareja; Caleb pisses off Pep Guardiola
Real Salt Lake: TREY. Hand em out./Frickin printers.
San Jose Earthquakes: Put Your Shirt On FC; My mom says I'm an Ultra; LOLtras
Seattle Sounders: FIGHT AND WIN; Inventor of all things soccer; Rickroll/best tifo in MLS; bule and green; Welcome to your Nightmare; Upside down tifo; the zero shots on goal Champions*; the team that travels to Europe in the summer to study soccer.
Sporting Kansas City: I'm a Sporting!; Garberbucks don't score goals; Subs? Who needs subs?; "Sporting fit"; Double Post.
Vancouver Whitecaps: Doesn't have a rival/Third Wheel FC; Kits look like PJs; the world's only rude Canadian
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2017.04.08 16:53 MCfutbol Week 6 Game Recap & Analysis Roundup

Third Installment of the weekly roundup of news, game reports and analysis of the past week's MLS games. I am starting early this week, and will try to add more as the weekend goes on!
Please let me know if I am missing any good reports / analysis!
Week 6: General Roundups:
Week 6: Game Specific Recaps:
Multiple Games
LAG 2 - 0 MTL
CHI 1 - CLB 0
NER 2 - 0 - HOU
DC 2 - 1 NYCFC
PHI 1 - 3 POR
TOR 2 - 2 ATL
DAL 2 - 0 MIN
RSL 3 - 0 VAN
SJ 1 - 1 SEA
ORL 1 - 0 NYRB
SKC 3 - 1 COL
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2017.02.13 23:08 JohnMLTX Countdown to Kickoff 2017: FC Dallas

Welcome to 2016 Lamar Hunt Open Cup and MLS Supporter's Shield Champion FC Dallas' entry in the Countdown to Kickoff! Apologies for the slight delay. Your writer here got back from a road trip after midnight and has felt more like an arthritic pile of sleep deprived garbage than usual. But, none of that could prevent me from writing my fourth annual public shilling for FCD, so without further too many informations, let's get this train wreck a'rollin'!

Basic info:

  • Name: FC Dallas (formerly the Dallas Burn)
  • Location: Frisco, TX (~25 miles north of downtown Dallas)
  • Stadium: Toyota Stadium
  • Head Coach: Oscar Pareja
  • Captain: Matt Hedges
  • History: One of the class of 1996 MLS teams, we hadn't won a major trophy since the 1997 Open Cup, and have only made the MLS Cup once, in 2010.

Rivalries (from most to least hated):

  1. Houston Dynamo, the Texas Derby: Our fiercest rivalry, and our only (current) in-state rivalry. Dallas and Houston hate eachother at the best of time simply out of our weird Texan shit. We annually compete for the best fuckin' trophy in MLS, hands down, El Capitan. You see that shit? That's a goddamn Civil War era Howitzer cannon. And the thing still fires. The winning team gets to display it and fire it at their home games, it's badass. Unfortunately, due to unforseen complications, there exists no record of the 2016 Texas Derby results. That's just how it is, and any attempts by delusional, orange-clad pseudo-Texans to contradict this story should be treated with extreme suspicion and possibly bodily harm.
  2. Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, the "All of Cascadia Hates Dallas" thing: For whatever reason, every game involving FC Dallas and a Cascadian team tends to end in chippy, aggressive, insane shit happening. It was worse when Blas Perez played for Dallas, as he was the Texan Bastard-In-Chief. Recently, things aren't quite as absurd, but if you see Dallas playing against a team from the Pacific Northwest, it's definitely worth a watch.
  3. We Really, Really, Really Hate Colorado: We really, really, really hate Colorado. We've hated them even more since 2010 when they stole our goddamn MLS Cup. What sort of "Eastern Conference Champion" is from hundreds of miles WEST of the western border of Texas?!? Buncha nonsense. And then, the Rapids put our captain, Ugo Ihemelu, into retirement with a concussion in 2012! They used to be much worse leg breakers than recent years, and lately settled for stealing our Oscar (but we stole him back!).

Preseason Roster:

# Name Pos Age
1 Jesse Gonzales GK 21
6 Anibal Chala D 20
7 Carlos Gruezo M 21
8 Victor Ulloa M 24
9 Cristian Colman F 22
10 Mauro Diaz M 25
11 Javier Morales M 37
12 Ryan Hollingshead M/D 25
13 Tesho Akindele F 24
14 Atiba Harris D 32
16 Coy Craft F/M 19
18 Chris Seitz GK 29
19 Paxton Pomykal M 17
20 Roland Lamah M 29
21 Michael Barrios M 25
22 Reggie Cannon D 18
23 Kellyn Acosta M 21
24 Matt Hedges D 26
25 Walker Zimmerman D 23
27 Jesus Ferreira F 16
29 Bryan Reynolds F 15
31 Maynor Figueroa D 33
33 Aaron Guillen D 23
37 Maximiliano Urruti F 25
Carlos Cermeño M 21
Hernan Grana D 31

Predicted Starting 11 (or Gameday 18)

Who the hell knows. Honestly. So many new names, and homegrowns, and everything else, that we've all of those preseason names play so far. But, based on the number of kiddos under 18 (three children!), Mauro still out hurt, and the returning talent, here's a possible depth chart.
Gonzales/Seitz
Harris/Grana Hedges Zimmerman Figueroa/Hollingshead
Barrios Gruezo/Cermeño (Diaz) Acosta/Cermeño Lamah
Colman/Tesho Maxi/Craft
Bench Pos
Seitz GK
Grana D
Hollingshead D/M
Cermeño M
Tesho F
Craft F
Chala D

Brief Overview of last season:

Last year, things finally came our way. We brought in a shitload more players, with homegrowns and everything, and ended up in pretty solid shape going into the year. We were undefeated in 7 of our first 8 games, only lost a single home game all year (fuck you very much, Colorado), and only really got blown out 4 times. Not bad, considering our recent summer slumps of the past 3-5 years. And then, it was Open Cup time. Things started off not particularly promising, when our USL affiiliates, OKC Energy FC, took us all the way to penalty kicks. We only won 6-5. But then! 2-1 over Colorado, 1-0 over those orange bastards, 2-1 over LA, and we were hosting the Open Cup final against the New England Revolution.
The Revs scored 6 minutes in, but their hope didn't last long. Maxi Urruti got things level in the 15th, Matt "I'm Matt Motherfucking Hedges, and I'm a fucking legend!" Hedges took the lead in the 40th, Mauro "the Magic Unicorn" Diaz won and netted a penalty on the cusp of half time, and Maxi got his second in the 61st. A 73rd minute goal for Agudelo wasn't nearly enough, and FC Dallas won their first trophy since 1997.
And then, we put together a late season charge, and wound up breaking our third-longest trophy dry spell-a whopping 10 weeks-by winning the Supporter's Shield. Hell yeah. And then we went out 4-2 on aggregate to Seattle in the first round of the playoffs.

2016-2017 Offseason Transfers

In

Player Pos From
Jesus Ferreira F Academy (HGP)
Reggie Cannon D Academy/UCLA (HGP)
Bryan Reynolds F Academy (HGP)
Javier Morales M Real Salt Lake
Roland Lamah M Ferencvaros (Hungary)
Anibal Chala D El Nacional (Ecuador)
Cristian Colman F Nacional (Paraguay)
Carlos Cermeño M Tachira (Venezuela)
Hernan Grana M All Boys (Argentina)

Draft Picks

Name Pos From
Jacori Hayes M Wake Forest
Walker Hume D North Carolina
Adonijah Reid F ANB Futbol
Austin Ledbetter D SIU Edwardsville
Dakota Barnathan M VCU
Wuilito Fernandes F UMass Lowell
Marco Carrizales M Furman

Out

Name Pos Why
Aubrey David D End of loan
Carlos Lizarazo F End of loan
Getterson F End of loan
Juan Esteban Ortiz M Option declined
Mauro Rosales M Option declined
Norberto Paparatto D Option declined
Ryan Herman GK Option declined
Carlos Ruiz F Option Declined
Zach Loyd D Expansion draft to Atlanta
Fabian Castillo M Treason, betrayal
Moises Hernandes D Mutual termination
Colin Bonner F Retired
Timo Pitter M Retired

Key Players

  • Mauro Diaz: Our magical unicorn midfielder, recovering from another injury. When he's healthy, he's one of the brightest stars in MLS. But, he's built out of an alloy of glass and porcelain, and this is his third major injury since joining FC Dallas.
  • Matt Hedges: Captain, veteran defender, fantastic leader, face of the franchise. He really is a fucking legend.
  • Walker Zimmerman: The Un-Flim-Flammable Zimm-Zamm. Recently got a much deserved USMNT call up.
  • Michael Barrios: Going into his third year with the team, this dude is the real deal. Been a big attacking threat, and he stepped up big after Castillogate.
  • Roland Lamah: Belgian-international with La Liga and EPL experience. He looked dangerous in the Netherlands and Hungary, and he's FAST.
  • The Kiddos: Our massive, massive crop of homegrowns (Jesse, Victor, Craft, Pomykal, Acosta, Guillen, Ferreira, Cannon, Reynolds) routinely see first team action, and are major contributing pieces of the team. We lead the league in number of homegrowns, minutes played by homegrowns, and game-winning goals by homegrowns.

Prognosis for upcoming season:

Last year, we won the Open Cup and Supporter's Shield. Now, we're in the Champions' League playoffs, and qualified for the next one. At this point, the only marginal increase involves winning a treble or the CCL. And honestly, we've built a squad more than capable of doing just that.

(Realistic) Best case/Worst Case scenario:

We get two of the three, likely the Open Cup and MLS Cup (finally). We finish 2nd in the Shield but win the West. We lose the CCL final to a team from Mexico.
Alright, that's about all there is to say about FC Dallas. If you're inclined to become a fan (and you should!), come drop by /FCDallas.
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2016.02.17 08:02 mason2113 Countdown to Kickoff 2016: Colorado Rapids

Colorado Rapids
Nickname: The Pids
Location: Commerce City, Colorado
Stadium: Dick's Sporting Goods Park
Nicknames: Dick's, DSG, The Dick
Head Coach: Pablo Mastroeni
Season in Review
Whew, that was rough. Rapids fans saw their beloved team hang out in the cellar of the Western Conference for the majority of the season. The Rapids snatched just 37 points with 9 wins, 15 losses, and 10 draws, posting a paltry 1.09 PPG. Flashes of brilliance were often met with long periods of frustrating, ugly soccer. Year two in the Mastroeni era was one of, if not the most forgettable seasons to date. The Rapids managed a league low 33 goals in 34 matches. But not all was lost! Yes, the offense was atrocious, but a stout back line saw the Rapids grind their way to being the 6th stingiest defense in the league. Perhaps the only real bright spot of the season was re-claiming the Rocky Mountain Cup from their Mountain states rival Real Salt Lake (play till the whistle boys :p). Also Centennial 38 (the largest supporter group for the Rapids) won Tifo of the Year according to the ISC for their Viking Ship (Each snake on the hydra is a color combination of the other nine original clubs in celebration of our 20th season), narrowly beating out the Timbers Army's stunning "Timbers Wonderland" by one vote.
Arrivals/Departures courtesy of SummerIsTheBest
The Colorado Rapids have a really hectic and busy offseason by letting go of some key players and also bringing in many new faces. The Rapids started last season with a total of 30 players and this season they released 13. Who are those 13 players?
Departures:
GK Clint Irwin
Clint Irwin was surely a fan favorite and will be missed by many Rapids fans. Clint Irwin was a reason for a lot of our wins and made a lot of clutch saves. He’s been the Rapids Number 1 Goalkeeper all of last season and he had truly earned it. Irwin now goes to Canadian team Toronto FC
CB Drew Moor
Drew Moor, another fan favorite, was traded away to Toronto FC as well. Drew Moor was the last player in the Rapids roster that won the MLS Cup back in 2010. Drew Moor was captain up until 2015 when the armband was given to Sam Cronin and Moor moved from his favored spot, Centre Back, to right Back. He was a true leader and just like Irwin, he will be missed.
LB Maynor Figueroa
The Honduran international joined the Rapids squad in early August and provided depth at left back. He had previous experience in the Premier League and Internationally but due to his age many saw this move as a risky move. Soon enough, Figueroa worked hard and was essential in Colorado’s backline and was a regular starter. Figueroa was traded away to FC Dallas in late January.
LB/RB Michael Harrington
Michael Harrington joined the Rapids at the start of last season. He played both Left Back and Right back for 14 games and assisted in one goal. Harrington was out of contract at the end of 2015 and was signed by the Chicago Fire in January.
RB James Riley
James Riley joined the Rapids at the start of last season. He played Right back for the Rapid scoring one goal and starting in 16 games. Riley’s contract was declined.
CDM Nick Labrocca
Nick Labrocca played 13 games for the Rapids and started 6 times.He played Center Defensive Mid and scored one goal for the Rapids. His contract was declined and would soon be picked up by the Chicago Fire.
CDM Lucas Pittinari
Lucas Pittinari was a loanee from Argentine club Belgrano. Pittinari played Center Defensive Mid for the Rapids and scored one goal and assisted three times. He play 29 games and started 25. The Rapids declined the option to buy him.
CM Marcelo Sarvas
Marcelo seemed like a great pickup from the LA Galaxy at the start of last year. Many thought he would come in and provide tons of assists for the Rapids since he brought in 11 assists for the Galaxy the season before. That was not the case. The Brazilian midfielder only assisted once and scored two goals for the Rapids and was traded to DC in the beginning of February.
RM Vicente Sanchez
Vicente Sanchez was another fan favorite that will not be joining the Rapids in the 2016 Season and was noted as one of the Rapids most creative players on the roster. The Uruguayan Winger played 30 games and started 16 of those 30. He scored four goals and assisted five times in the season. His contract was declined.
M Carlos Alvarez
Carlos Alvarez played one match for the Rapids and played 23 for USL affiliate Charlotte Independence where he scored 2 goals. His contract was declined.
ST/LW Charles Eloundou
Charles Eloundou seemed like a good prospect for the Rapids and a good player to fill the winger spot. Having played 11 games and starting 3, Eloundou picked up 2 assists and also picked up one assist and 2 goals while playing for the Colorado Springs Switchbacks where he played just 4 games. Eloundou was also loaned to Charlotte for 3 games during the season. The Cameroonian was declined a contract.
ST/W Gabriel Torres
The Rapids first ever Designated Player , Gabriel Torres played his best season at the Rapids this year. The Panamanian Striker found the back of the net four goals and assisted three times. He played 25 games and started 19 of those. His contract was declined.
Loan Deals
LM Juan Ramirez
Juan Ramirez was the Rapids second Designated Player in Rapids history coming from Argentine side Argentinos Juniors. Juan Ramirez played 27 games and started 15 of those. He scored the Rocky Mountain Cup winning goal and assisted 3 times. He has been loaned to Spanish side UD Almeria
Arrivals:
Trialists/Draft Picks:
GK Chris Froschauer Froschauer was picked in the 3rd round of the 2016 MLS Superdraft. He is the Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year for 2015. From Ohio State University.
D Javan Torre Torre was picked in the 3rd round of the 2016 MLS Superdraft. From UCLA.
D Dennis Castillo Castillo was picked in the 2nd round of the 2016 MLS Superdraft. From Virginia Commonwealth University.
D Bradley Kamdem Kamdem was selected in the 3rd round of the 2016 MLS Superdraft. From UNLV.
D Stephen Keel Stephen Keel is a trialist who used to play for the Rapids from 2005-2008. He played for the New York Red Bulls from 2011-2012 and moved to Dallas for the 2013-2015 seasons. His hometown
D AJ Cochran AJ Cochran has already scored one goal in preseason for the Colorado Rapids so I wouldn't be surprised if he did join. The trialist has spent time playing for the Houston Dynamo and played in 26 games for them.
M Emmanuel Appiah Appiah was picked in the 1st round of the 2016 MLS Superdraft. From University of Cincinnati.
M Yann Ekra Trialist Yann Ekra is under contract at USL team Charlotte Independence. The Ivorian midfielder looks to stay at the USL side.
M Brian Ownby The Midfielder has had games for the Dynamo from 2012-2014 and the Richmond Kickers in the seasons 2013 and 2015. He played for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in 2014.
? Brad Spencer John Spencer’s son has played in the Timbers and Dynamo’s youth system. (Source for trialists and draft picks.)
Trades and Transfers.
GK Zac Macmath
Zac Macmath was a loanee from the Philadelphia Union at the start of the 2015 season. Macmath played and started in 3 games for the Rapids and kept one clean sheet. He was traded from the Philadelphia Union and looks to be the Rapids starting Goalkeeper. He is younger and almost better than Clint Irwin so this is a good replacement for the Rapids.
D Mekeil Williams
The 25 year old Trinidad and Tobago player was bought from Guatemalan side Antigua GFC. He looks to fill in the Left Back position or give depth at Centre Back. Hopefully where he plays is consistent as that's what the Rapids need; a consisted starting back line.
RB Eric Miller
Eric Miller is a young right back that has played for the Montreal Impact for two seasons now. The 23 year old looks to give some competition to Marlon Hairston for the starting Right Back role and is a great addition for the Rapids. He’s played 9 games for the Impact and started in 6 of those.
CDM Michael Azira
Michael Azira played 11 games for the Sounders and started in 8 of those. The Ugandan Centre Defensive Midfielder looks to provide depth at the midfield spot and might partner with Cronin if head coach Pablo Mastroeni plays a 4-2-3-1 formation with two holding midfielders.
CM Zach Pfeffer
Zach Pfeffer is a young player that looks to be a good prospect for the Rapids. The 21 year old was acquired through a Superdraft Trade. He played 21 games for the Union and started in 11. He’s scored two goals and picked up an assist. He looks to be Sam Cronin’s back up or might rotate in the midfield spot with Cronin and Azira.
LM Marco Pappa
One of the Rapids better off season moves, Marco Pappa joins the Rapids coming from the Seattle Sounders. Pappa seems to be a great pickup. He has great playing experience and is still in the prime of his career. He played 20 games for the Sounders and picked up three goals and assisted three times. He will most likely be the starting Left Midfielder for the Rapids and will be wearing the number 10. He will help distribute the ball to the forwards and is a great addition
ST Conor Doyle
The 24 year old looks to join and provide depth for the Colorado Rapids attack. He’s played 25 games for D.C United in 2015, in which he started 10 of those and picked up two goals. He is a good prospect for the Rapids and will look to get a sort of impact sub role for the Rapids.
ST Shkelzan Gashi
Probably the most exciting offseason move from the Rapids is the acquisition of Albanian International Shkelzan Gashi. Having played in the Swiss League for teams FC Basel and the Zurich, he looks to bolster the Rapids attack with help from Kevin Doyle. He’s played 185 games and scored 75 goals in his entire career. Gashi won the Swiss League Super Boot two years in a row. Gashi will be a Designated Player and can play Left Wing and Center Attacking Mid.
Season Preview: The Rapids look to get out of the basement of the Western Conference. The Rapids have proved they are a good team and proved they can be a top team. Are the Rapids a playoff team this year? Not sure to be honest. We still have a lot of work to do before we are a certified playoff team. What looked like a very terrible offseason has now made a turnaround with solid pick ups and transfers and it doesn't look like the Rapids are done. I’d give it two or three more signings before the Rapids are done. They still have a lot of General Allocation Money and they can afford a few more players. Many Rapids fans are really excited to see how Gashi can help the team. The Rapids also have John Spencer to help out with the attack. Pablo Mastroeni has explained that the Rapids will play a 4-2-3-1.
Predicted Starting Line Up
-----------------------Zac Macmath----------------
Mekeil Williams---Bobby Burling---St. Ledger----Eric Miller
-------------Sam Cronin-----------Powers----------
--Marco Pappa----------Gashi---------Serna-----
--------------------------Doyle--------------------
However, I think that the Rapids can experiment with Two Strikers and that will look to be the case in 2016. If you start to see Gashi and Doyle being partnered up top then you can see how it can make the Rapids very versatile. Players to look out for this year are Gashi and Doyle. Doyle will look to tear it up for his first full season with the Rapids and with Gashi playing his first as well they will look to tear up the MLS this year.
Final Thoughts
This is a post that I made last week on /Rapids and thought that it sums up my opinion on the upcoming season rather nicely.
Well as most have said we don't really know what the direction of the team is going to be, but we can guess. So this is year three out of a manager change that resulted in a player overhaul. That overhaul didn't really work out in our favor in my opinion, under Pareja we had an exciting young team. But the past is the past and there is only so much time you can spend lamenting the choice of Pareja. So what do we have under this new regime? Well as I have stated before in this sub (/Rapids) I believe that the Rapids are taking this approach. Year one: do what you can. Pareja moved to Dallas before his contract was up, leaving us holding the bag. Year two: focus on defence. We saw one of the stingiest defences, posting the sixth best goals against average last season. This year: focus on offense. We just signed a proven goal scorer in Gashi (two golden boots in the Swiss Super League, and on the right side of 30 in age). Couple that with Doyle in a correct position and that could make things interesting in the west this year. Defense. Now Offense. That's what I'm hoping for and I don't think that it's too far a stretch to see it play out like this.
As for other things, Pablo is their man. I don't have the absolute disdain for Pablo that a lot of people do, that being said I think he has done a poor job thus far. I don't feel he is tactically sound, and I think he uses his subs incorrectly (but to be fair, he knows a shit ton more about soccer than I do, so there's that), and he plays people out of position. Bringing Spenny back (former player, former Timbers manager) to help on the offensive side can only be a good thing. What we had last year for coaching obviously wasn't cutting it, and having Spenny focus on one aspect might be a good move, for him and for Pablo who is defensive minded. I think this team might be on the upswing, whether or not it is sustainable is another question, as I feel we still lack the youthfulness that we saw three years ago. We did just sign Pfeffer, a youngster from Philly that the Union fans seem pretty high on. We have Serna and Powers, both of which are young and have so much potential, and MacMath who is young as well.
Which brings us to the topic of Howard. A lot are totally against this idea, some are for it, I myself am on the fence. I wish we wouldn't have gotten rid of Irwin, he was young and had a fantastic set of skills, but we did so there is no use crying over spilled milk. If we bring in Howard (which honestly I don't see happening) that's a lot of money on a position we don't need to spend that money on. The positives are that he would be a fantastic keeper (some people seem to think that his ability has dipped, and it has somewhat, but I believe that he would still be a top keeper in this league) and he would be a huge draw, butts in seats baby. The negative aspects are as I stated before, money, old, and a little more worrisome is its a hint that the FO doesn't care about the future, just about what we look like in the now. My hope would be if we got him (which as I said, I don't think we will) he can mentor a young Zac MacMath (aged 24, younger than Irwin) with his 2(?) years here. Well that's my, admittedly, brief and simplified take on it anyway.
Thanks for reading, and a big thanks to SummerIsTheBest for his fantastic player profile write up.
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2015.07.14 16:33 animere MLS Roundup Week 19Tuesday Edition

Previous Roundups:

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Week 15 Week 16 Week 17 Week 18

Here’s a roundup of all MLS action in Week 19

MLS Regular Season Results

Friday, 7/10/2015 11:00pm Attend. 18,000
San Jose Earthquakes 0 - 2 Houston Dynamo
10’ Clark
81’ Bruin
31’ Deric
37’ Beasley
45+2’ Rodríguez
45+3’ Sturgis
The Houston Dynamo’s road woes finally came to an end in the city they once called home. Ricardo Clark scored early and Will Bruin added the capper late as the Dynamo beat the San Jose Earthquakes 2-0 Friday night. It was Houston’s first victory away from home in exactly two months, ending an 0-3-1 run outside of BBVA Compass Stadium for the Dynamo (6-7-6).
Saturday, 7/11/2015 7:00pm Attend. 18,640
New York Red Bulls 4 - 1 New England Revolution
Wright-Phillips 4’ 37’ Dorman
Sam 9’ 35’ Gonçalves
Wright-Phillips 12’ 58’ Woodberry
Wallace 56’ 87’ Gonçalves
Felipe 54’
McCary 62’
Robles 65’
Lade 76’
Missing their head coach, the New York Red Bulls didn’t skip a beat en route to a convincing 4-1 win over the New England Revolution on Saturday night. With Jesse Marsch serving a one-game suspension following his ejection in Columbus last week, RBNY assistant coach Denis Hamlett manned the sidelines as an early goal-scoring barrage powered New York back into the win column.
Saturday, 7/11/2015 7:00pm Attend. 18,722
Philadelphia Union 3 - 0 Portland Timbers
Wenger 69’ 86’ Valeri
Nogueira 71’
Nogueira 82’
Edu 35’
Le Toux 64’
Andrew Wenger delivered, nine months to the day. The Philadelphia Union forward snapped a 19-match MLS scoreless streak that dated back to last season, and Vincent Nogueira added a second-half brace in a 3-0 rout of the Portland Timbers on Saturday night at PPL Park.
Saturday, 7/11/2015 7:30pm Attend. 30,513
Orlando City SC 0 - 2 FC Dallas
Boden 77’ 45+1’ Díaz
Boden 90+1’ 64’ Texeira
77’ Hollingshead
88’ Kennedy
Mauro Diaz and Fabian Castillo continued their flourishing one-two act for FC Dallas at the Citrus Bowl on Saturday, as they combined to lead Oscar Pareja’s men to an emphatic 2-0 win over Orlando City SC in a battle of two shorthanded teams.
Saturday, 7/11/2015 8:00pm Attend. 15,304
Montreal Impact 3 - 0 Columbus Crew SC
Oduro 5’ 25’ Saeid
Donadel 8’ 55’ Meram
Oduro 80’
Duka 24’
Oyongo 66’
Soumaré 86’
The Montreal Impact cooled off red-hot Columbus Crew SC with two quick first-half strikes, winning 3-0 at Saputo Stadium on Saturday night.
Saturday, 7/11/2015 8:30pm Attend. 18,528
Chicago Fire 1 - 0 Seattle Sounders
Johnson 90+2’ 80’ Craven
Cocis 82’
Adailton 84’
The Chicago Fire scored a sensational first victory over the Seattle Sounders as a stunning late strike from substitute Jason Johnson gave them a 1-0 win over the Western Conference leaders at Toyota Park Saturday.
Saturday, 7/11/2015 9:00pm Attend. 15,248
Colorado Rapids 3 - 1 Real Salt Lake
Moor 81’ 79’ Jaime
Watts 90+1’ 84’ Jaime
Ramírez 90+7’
Burling 83’
Late goals by Drew Moor, Jared Watts and Juan Ramirez propelled the Colorado Rapids to a 3-1 win over Rocky Mountain Cup rivals Real Salt Lake on Saturday night, inching them closer to bringing the coveted trophy back to the Eastern side of the Rocky Mountains.
Sunday, 7/12/2015 10:00pm Attend. 27,533
New York City FC 4 - 4 Toronto FC
Villa 17’ 34’ Giovinco
Perquis 29’ 40’ Giovinco
Villa 65’ 43’ Giovinco
Mullins 84’ 82’ Delgado
Iraola 60’ 25’ Hagglund
Ballouchy 66’ 62’ Warner
90+3’ Morrow
It was a tale of two superstars on Sunday afternoon in the Big Apple, as David Villa and Sebastian Giovinco put on a show in a record-setting, eight-goal thriller between New York City FC and Toronto FC at Yankee Stadium.
Sunday, 7/12/2015 9:00pm Attend. 21,000
Vancouver Whitecaps 0 - 1 Sporting KC
Waston 73' 52' Ellis
20' Feihaber
58' Mustivar
86' Németh
88' Dwyer
Sporting Kansas City spoiled the Vancouver Whitecaps’ homecoming party with a 1-0 victory at BC Place after the Caps returned from played five straight games on the road. Vancouver dominated the first half but were made to pay for failing to convert their numerous chances when Kevin Ellis headed home what proved to be the match-winner in the 52nd minute.

Upcoming Fixtures

Kick-Off Home - Away
Tuesday, 7/14/2015
10:00PM RSL - LAG
Wednesday, 7/15/2015
8:30PM CHI - CLB
Friday, 7/17/2015
11:00PM LAG - SJE
Saturday, 7/18/2015
4:00PM TFC - PHI
7:30PM ORL - NYRB
7:30PM NE - NYC
8:30PM SKC - MTL
9:00PM FCD - DC
10:00PM SEA - COL
10:00PM RSL - HOU
10:30PM POR - VAN
Sunday, 7/19/2015
5:00PM CLB - CHI

Standings

Eastern Conference

Pos Team GP W D L GF GA GD PTS
1 DC United 21 10 5 6 23 18 5 35
2 New York Red Bulls 18 7 5 6 27 23 4 26
3 Toronto FC 17 7 3 7 26 27 -1 24
4 Orlando City SC 19 6 6 7 23 24 -1 24
5 Columbus Crew SC 19 6 6 7 27 29 -2 24
6 NE Revolution 21 6 6 9 26 33 -7 24
7 Philadelphia Union 20 6 4 10 25 32 -7 22
8 Montreal Impact 16 6 3 7 23 25 -2 21
9 New York City FC 19 5 6 8 24 27 -3 21
10 Chicago Fire 17 5 3 9 19 24 -5 17

Western Conference

Pos Team GP W D L GF GA GD PTS
1 Seattle Sounders FC 20 10 2 8 25 19 6 32
2 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 20 10 2 8 23 20 3 32
3 FC Dallas 19 9 5 5 26 23 3 32
4 Portland Timbers 20 9 4 7 22 23 -1 31
5 LA Galaxy 21 8 7 6 31 23 8 31
6 Sporting Kansas City 17 8 6 3 26 17 9 30
7 San Jose Earthquakes 18 7 4 7 19 19 0 25
8 Houston Dynamo 19 6 6 7 24 24 0 24
9 Real Salt Lake 20 5 8 7 19 26 -7 23
10 Colorado Rapids 19 4 9 6 17 19 -2 21

Supporters’ Shield Race

Pos Team PTS GP PPG
1 D.C. United 35 21 1.67
2 Seattle Sounders FC 32 20 1.6
3 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 32 20 1.6
4 FC Dallas 32 19 1.68
5 Portland Timbers 31 20 1.55
6 LA Galaxy 31 21 1.48
7 Sporting Kansas City 30 17 1.76
8 New York Red Bulls 26 18 1.44
9 San Jose Earthquakes 25 18 1.39
10 Toronto FC 24 17 1.41
11 Houston Dynamo 24 19 1.26
12 Orlando City SC 24 19 1.26
13 Columbus Crew SC 24 19 1.26
14 New England Revolution 24 21 1.14
15 Real Salt Lake 23 20 1.15
16 Philadelphia Union 22 20 1.1
17 Montreal Impact 21 16 1.31
18 New York City FC 21 19 1.11
19 Colorado Rapids 21 19 1.11
20 Chicago Fire 18 17 1.06

MLS Golden Boot

Pos Team Player
1 Kei Kamara 12
2 Sebastion Giovinco 11
3 David Villa 10
4 Kaká 9
5 Chris Wondolowski 9

Notice of Suspension

Player Team Fixture Reason
Adailton 7/15 v CLB Yellow Card Accumulation
Fabián Espíndola 7/18 v FCD Red Card
José Gonçalves 7/18 v NYC Red Card - Second Yellow
Sebastian Jaime 7/18 v HOU Red Card
Luke Boden 7/18 v NYRB Red Card - Second Yellow
Maurice Edu 7/18 v TOR Yellow Card Accumulation
Bobby Burling 7/18 v SEA Yellow Card Accumulation

Caution Accumulation Warnings

Team Player # of Cautions Remaining games to good behavior incentive
Guly do Prado 4 2
Jared Watts 4 2
Mohammed Saeid 4 3
Perry Kitchen 4 N/A
Atiba Harris 4 1
Kofi Sarkodie 4 1
Ricardo Clark 4 N/A
Luis Garrido 4 1
Giles Barnes 4 1
Jermaine Taylor 4 2
Raul Rodriquez 4 3
Robbie Rogers 4 1
Baggio Husidic 4 3
Teal Bunbury 4 2
London Woodberry 4 N/A
Kwame Watson-Siriboe 4 1
Jason Hernandez 4 2
Kwadwo Poku 4 2
Mehdi Ballouchy 4 3
Damien Perrinelle 4 N/A
Felipe 4 3
Cristian Higuita 4 2
Alvas Powell 4 N/A
Luke Mulholland 4 N/A
Osvaldo Alonso 4 2
Soni Mustivar 4 3
Dom Dwyer 4 3
Sam Adekugbe 4 3
Pa Modou Kah 4 N/A

Attendance Capacity/Average

See joechoj 's thread HERE

Power Rankings Mega Thread

See ktasay 's thread HERE
  • All times are in ET
  • Gifs by me or taken from the few in match threads
  • Recaps courtesy of MLSsoccer.com
  • Enjoy!
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2015.06.27 01:14 WJMorris3 Match Thread: FC Dallas (6-5-5) v Houston Dynamo (5-5-6) - 21:00 ET/20:00 CT

FC Dallas v Houston Dynamo
Major League Soccer
Kick Off: 21:00 ET, 20:00 PT
TV: UniMas (ES/EN)
Venue: Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas
Referee: Chris Penso
Assistant Referees: C.J. Morgante, Scott Kachmarik
Fourth Official: Marcos de Oliveira
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MANAGER: Oscar Pareja
FORM: L-L-D-L-D
Starting XI
# Pos. Name Event Sub
1 G Dan Kennedy
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson
17 D Zach Loyd
24 D Matt Hedges 66'
14 D Atiba Harris 68'
8 M Victor Ulloa
23 M Kellyn Acosta 54'
12 M Ryan Hollingshead 71'
10 M Mauro Diaz 42'
11 M Fabian Castillo 42' 76'
9 F David Texeira 59'
Bench
# Name Event Sub
18 Chris Seitz
3 Moises Hernandez 76'
7 Blas Perez 71'
13 Tesho Akindele 59'
25 Walker Zimmerman
29 Alejandro Zendejas
31 Michel
Houston Dynamo - Twitter Page - Team Subreddit
MANAGER: Owen Coyle
FORM: W-L-D-W-L
Starting XI
# Pos. Name Event Sub
1 G Tyler Deric
5 D Raul Rodriguez
4 D Jermaine Taylor 33' 77'
18 D David Horst 30'
7 D DeMarcus Beasley
8 M Luis Garrido
13 M Ricardo Clark
3 M Rob Lovejoy 29'
10 M Giles Barnes 41'
15 M Alexander Lopez 84'
12 F Will Bruin 80'
Bench
# Name Event Sub
31 Joe Willis
2 Kofi Sarkodie
6 Nathan Sturgis
11 Brad Davis 29'
14 Alex 84'
19 Mauro Manotas 80'
33 Leonel Miranda

Game Facts

  • In danger of being suspended for yellow card accumulations:
    • Victor Ulloa
    • Ricardo Clark, Luis Garrido, Kofi Sarkodie
  • Dallas has won the last three meetings; Houston's last win came in the lone meeting in 2012, a 2-1 Dynamo victory at BBVA Compass Stadium.
  • A Dallas win tonight would secure El Capitan for another season.

First Half

0' - Bang a gong, we are on in the Texas Derby!
2' - FC Dallas with an early chance but Deric gobbles it up!
5' - Remember, you too can hear Ramses and Paul by utilizing the SAP function on your remote.
6' - Lopez takes the first corner of the match for the Dynamo.
8' - A couple of attempts for the Hoops there but they can't put it on target!
11' - Nice pass in to Bruin but Loyd knocks it out for a corner.
14' - Lovejoy in for a shot and it's shades of Roberto Baggio in '94.
16' - Garrido's shot from distance is just a hair wide!
18' - Will Bruin gets into a little bit of an imbroglio with Penso and he's lucky not to be booked.
19' - Lovejoy just gives away a corner for FC Dallas.
22' - Jermaine Taylor's header is a bit wide off the corner; goal kick for Dallas.
24' - Atiba Harris from distance but Deric comes up with it!
25' - Free kick in an advanced position for the Hoops as Garrido runs over Acosta.
27' - Lovejoy limping off the field for the Dynamo.
28' - Castillo goes down in the box and Penso gives absolutely nothing but a goal kick.
29' - Brad Davis on for Rob Lovejoy as Houston makes their first sub.
30' - Horst booked for a nasty challenge just outside the box.
33' - GOAL, DALLAS! Fabian Castillo from close range passes it in and Jermaine Taylor deflects it into his own net! 1-0 to the Hoops!
35' - What a save by Deric on Mauro Diaz there!
38' - Corner kick in for Dallas but Deric gets a hold on it.
41' - Barnes finds his way into the book for encroachment.
42' - GOAL, DALLAS! Fabian Castillo off the pass from Mauro Diaz just knifes through the Houston defense and makes it 2-0 Dallas!
44' - DeMarcus Beasley with the shot but Kennedy makes the save!
45'+1 - Barnes with the shot over the bar! One minute to be added.
45'+2 - Penso ends the first half!
Halftime
(Taylor og 33, Castillo 42) 2-0

Second Half

46' - And we're underway here in Frisco!
49' - Shot a bit wide for Dallas; goal kick, Houston.
50' - Deric is singlehandedly keeping Houston in the game.
51' - We have a bit of a donnybrook on the pitch and this redditor wouldn't be surprised if Garrido has a meeting with the Disciplinary Committee later this week.
54' - Acosta is cautioned for a tackle on Lopez.
55' - Nice effort by Barnes on the free kick that just barely misses.
57' - Kennedy comes up big on the save on Clark!
59' - David Texeira off, Tesho Akindele on as Dallas makes their first sub.
62' - Free kick in an advanced position for the Hoops.
66' - Hedges booked for taking down Barnes.
68' - Now it's Harris taking down Barnes, and he'll be cautioned!
71' - Ryan Hollingshead out, Blas Perez in as Dallas makes their second sub.
75' - Castillo limping off the field for Dallas.
76' - Moises Hernandez in for Fabian Castillo for Dallas's last sub.
77' - Jermaine Taylor sees yellow for his takedown of Acosta.
80' - Mauro Manotas on, Will Bruin off for Houston's second sub.
84' - Alexander Lopez off for Alex as Houston makes their last sub.
88' - Acosta's shot is just wide for Dallas!
90'+1 - Three minutes to be added.
90'+4 - That's the end of the game - El Capitan will be staying in Frisco for another year!
Fulltime
(Taylor og 33, Castillo 42) 2-0
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2015.05.02 02:27 NF3RN0 Emergency Match Thread: Houston Dynamo vs FC Dallas [8PM ETUDN] Texas Derby!

MLS Regular Season: Week 9 - May 1st, 2015

Texas Derby - Match 1

Houston Dynamo vs FC Dallas
Kick-Off: 8:00pm Eastern
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas
Referee 1st Assistant 2nd Assistant 4th Official
Jair Marrufo Corey Rockwell Felisha Mariscal Nima Saghafi
Television: Univision Deportes
Internet Streams: MLS Live UDN En Vivo Stream
East PTS W L T West PTS W L T
New England Revolution 14 4 2 2 Vancouver Whitecaps 16 5 3 1
DC United 14 4 1 2 FC Dallas 14 4 2 2
New York Red Bulls 13 3 0 4 Seattle Sounders FC 13 4 2 1
Columbus Crew SC 11 3 2 2 Los Angeles Galaxy 12 3 2 3
Chicago Fire 9 3 3 0 Houston Dynamo 10 2 2 4
Orlando City SC 8 2 3 2 Sporting Kansas City 10 2 2 4
New York City FC 6 1 4 3 San Jose Earthquakes 9 3 4 0
Philadelphia Union 6 1 5 3 Portland Timbers 9 2 2 3
Toronto FC 3 1 4 0 Real Salt Lake 9 2 2 3
Montréal Impact 2 0 2 2 Colorado Rapids 8 1 2 5
Match Facts:
  • Brad Davis recorded a pair of assists – and is now third all-time in assists in MLS with 115 for his league career – as the Dynamo reached a 4-4 draw with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. It was the 22nd multiple-assist game of his MLS career, now fourth on the all-time list.
  • Mauro Diaz netted his first goal of the season as FC Dallas kept pace with a 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids on the road.
  • FC Dallas have won the last two meetings between the teams over the last two seasons, winning 4-1 on April 5 of last year at BBVA Compass Stadium. It was just the second win all-time for FCD in Houston in 13 meetings in all competitions, the first since 2010.
  • The clubs play for “El Capitán”, the 19th-century mountain howitzer to be awarded to the winner of the regular-season series by supporters groups for both clubs. This will be first year since 2011 the series will include more than one meeting during the regular season, with both clubs now in the Western Conference.
Houston Dynamo
Manager: Owen Coyle
Lineup:
(#) Pos. Name (#) Pos. Name
1 GK Tyler Deric 31 GK Joe Willis
2 RB Kofi Sarkodie 18 CB David Horst
4 RCB Jermaine Taylor 8 CDM Luis Garrido
5 LCB Raul Rodriguez 17 FW Chandler Hoffman
7 LB DaMarcus Beasley 33 CM Leonel Miranda
15 RM Alex López 27 CM Boniek Garcia
13 RCM Rico Clark 3 FW Rob Lovejoy
6 LCM Nathan Sturgis
11 LM Brad Davis
13 ST Giles Barnes
12 ST Will Bruin
FC Dallas
Manager: Oscar Pareja
Blas Perez
Lineup:
(#) Pos. Name (#) Pos. Name
1 G Dan Kennedy 18 G Chris Seitz
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson 25 D Walker Zimmerman
24 D Matt Hedges 14 M Atiba Harris
17 D Zach Loyd 29 M Alejandro Zendejas
3 D Moises Hernandez 21 M Michael Barrios
23 M Kellyn Acosta 13 F Tesho Akindele
8 M Victor Ulloa 31 - Michel
12 M Ryan Hollingshead
10 M Mauro Diaz
11 M Fabian Castillo
9 F David Texeira
1 - 4
Match Updates:
4' : Offside, Houston Dynamo. Kofi Sarkodie tries a through ball, but Will Bruin is caught offside.
9' : GOAL FC DALLAS : Ryan Hollingshead VIDEO
14' : Mauro Díaz (FC Dallas) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
20' : Corner, Houston Dynamo. Conceded by Je-Vaughn Watson.
21' : GOAL: David Texeira
26' : Attempt missed. Brad Davis (Houston Dynamo) right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by DaMarcus Beasley following a corner.
27' : Giles Barnes (Houston Dynamo) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
32' : GOAL: Giles Barnes
34' :Offside, FC Dallas. Kellyn Acosta tries a through ball, but David Texeira is caught offside.
36' : Fabian Castillo (FC Dallas) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
36' : Moises Hernandez (FC Dallas) is shown the yellow card.
42' : Attempt missed. Jermaine Taylor (Houston Dynamo) right footed shot from the centre of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Will Bruin.
45' + 4' :First Half ends, Houston Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 2.
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2015.05.02 00:00 jaxx2009 Match Thread: Houston Dynamo vs FC Dallas [8PM ETUDN] Texas Derby!

MLS Regular Season: Week 9 - May 1st, 2015

Texas Derby - Match 1

Houston Dynamo vs FC Dallas
Kick-Off: 8:00pm Eastern
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas
Referee 1st Assistant 2nd Assistant 4th Official
Jair Marrufo Corey Rockwell Felisha Mariscal Nima Saghafi
Television: Univision Deportes
Internet Streams: MLS Live UDN En Vivo Stream
East PTS W L T West PTS W L T
New England Revolution 14 4 2 2 Vancouver Whitecaps 16 5 3 1
DC United 14 4 1 2 FC Dallas 14 4 2 2
New York Red Bulls 13 3 0 4 Seattle Sounders FC 13 4 2 1
Columbus Crew SC 11 3 2 2 Los Angeles Galaxy 12 3 2 3
Chicago Fire 9 3 3 0 Houston Dynamo 10 2 2 4
Orlando City SC 8 2 3 2 Sporting Kansas City 10 2 2 4
New York City FC 6 1 4 3 San Jose Earthquakes 9 3 4 0
Philadelphia Union 6 1 5 3 Portland Timbers 9 2 2 3
Toronto FC 3 1 4 0 Real Salt Lake 9 2 2 3
Montréal Impact 2 0 2 2 Colorado Rapids 8 1 2 5
Match Facts:
  • Brad Davis recorded a pair of assists – and is now third all-time in assists in MLS with 115 for his league career – as the Dynamo reached a 4-4 draw with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. It was the 22nd multiple-assist game of his MLS career, now fourth on the all-time list.
  • Mauro Diaz netted his first goal of the season as FC Dallas kept pace with a 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids on the road.
  • FC Dallas have won the last two meetings between the teams over the last two seasons, winning 4-1 on April 5 of last year at BBVA Compass Stadium. It was just the second win all-time for FCD in Houston in 13 meetings in all competitions, the first since 2010.
  • The clubs play for “El Capitán”, the 19th-century mountain howitzer to be awarded to the winner of the regular-season series by supporters groups for both clubs. This will be first year since 2011 the series will include more than one meeting during the regular season, with both clubs now in the Western Conference.
Houston Dynamo
Manager: Owen Coyle
Lineup:
(#) Pos. Name (#) Pos. Name
1 GK Tyler Deric 31 GK Joe Willis
2 RB Kofi Sarkodie 18 CB David Horst
4 RCB Jermaine Taylor 8 CDM Luis Garrido
5 LCB Raul Rodriguez 17 FW Chandler Hoffman
7 LB DaMarcus Beasley 33 CM Leonel Miranda
15 RM Alex López 27 CM Boniek Garcia
13 RCM Rico Clark 3 FW Rob Lovejoy
6 LCM Nathan Sturgis
11 LM Brad Davis
13 ST Giles Barnes
12 ST Will Bruin
FC Dallas
Manager: Oscar Pareja
Blas Perez
Lineup:
(#) Pos. Name (#) Pos. Name
1 G Dan Kennedy 18 G Chris Seitz
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson 25 D Walker Zimmerman
24 D Matt Hedges 14 M Atiba Harris
17 D Zach Loyd 29 M Alejandro Zendejas
3 D Moises Hernandez 21 M Michael Barrios
23 M Kellyn Acosta 13 F Tesho Akindele
8 M Victor Ulloa 31 - Michel
12 M Ryan Hollingshead
10 M Mauro Diaz
11 M Fabian Castillo
9 F David Texeira
0 - 0
Match Updates:
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2015.04.19 01:25 eeallen23 Match Thread: FC Dallas vs Toronto FC [7:30pm CDT ; Time Warner Cable Sports Channel]

MLS Regular Season: Week 7 — April 18th, MLS Game #62
FC Dallas vs Toronto FC
FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids MLS Match Preview
Venue: Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)
Kickoff: 7:30pm(19:30) Central 8:30pm(20:30) Eastern
Weather: 74 Degrees at Kickoff with Strong chance of rain. 7 MPH wind out of the SW
Match Officials:
Referee Assistant 1 Assistant 2 4th Official
Ismail Elfath Ian Anderson Mark Cahen Nima Saghafi
Television: Time Warner Cable Sports Channel
Radio: The Kickaround @96.7 FM Periodic updates not a GameCast The Word @100.7 FM La Voz Del Pueblo @1270 AM
Reddit Comment Stream: Link
Streams: MLS Live Beba.tv intsports.net
Streams are not guaranteed to work
FC Dallas Subreddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Óscar Pareja
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
7 F Blas Pérez 44 GK Jesse Gonzalez
11 M Fabian Castillo 14 D Atiba Harris
12 M Ryan Hollingshead 9 F David Texeira
21 M Michael Barrios 10 M Mauro Díaz
31 M Michel 23 M Kellyn Acosta
8 M Victor Ulloa 25 D Walker Zimmerman
3 D Moises Hernandez 13 F Tesho Akindele
17 D Zach Loyd
24 D Matt Hedges
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson
18 GK Chris Seitz
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Toronto FC Sub Reddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Greg Vanney
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
17 F Jozy Altidore 1 GK Chris Konopka
10 F Sebastian Giovinco 15 D Eriq Zavaleta
26 M Collen Warner 8 M Benoît Cheyrou
21 M Jonathan Osorio 18 M Marco Delgado
4 M Michael Bradley 19 M Daniel Lovitz
11 M Jackson 27 F Luke Moore
24 D Damien Perquis 55 F Robbie Findley
6 D Nick Hagglund
2 D Justin Morrow
5 D Ashtone Morgan
12 GK Joseph Bendik
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Random Tidbits
2015 Season Records
GP W-L-T PTS GF GA
FC Dallas 6 3-2-1 10 7 8
at home 4 2-1-1 7 4 5
--- --- --- --- --- ---
Toronto FC 4 1-3-0 3 6 8
on road 4 1-3-0 3 6 8
Upcoming Matches
FC Dallas:
Date Opponent
Fri. Apr. 24 at Colorado
Fri. May 1 at Houston
Sat. May 9 Los Angeles
Fri. May 15 New York
Toronto FC:
Date Opponent
Sun. Apr. 26 at Orlando City SC
Sat. May 2 at Philadelphia
Sun. May 10 Houston
Sat. May 16 at New England
SCORE
3 - 2
Match Events
First Half
  • 0' Let the Match Begin!
  • 1' Fabian Castillo left footed shot from the left side of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Moises Hernandez following a fast break. Maybe the Thunder is scaring Toronto? - GIF
  • 10' Fabian Castillo right footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Blas Pérez with a through ball. Can he get a Hat-Trick? - GIF via MowwMoww
  • 27' Blas Pérez left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.
  • 43' Match has been Suspended Temporarily due to Weather.
  • 43' Reports of Hail and Heavy Rain/Lightning in the area. Tornado sirens can be heard in neighboring cities (No confirmed reports of tornado sirens in Frisco)
  • 43' Estimates are at least an hour of delay - Source
  • 43' IF the game is canceled it will be replayed at 3-0. It will not start over. - Source
  • 9:49pm CDT Players begin to warm up!
  • 9:55pm CDT Another Lightning Strike sends the players back into their locker rooms
  • 10:25pm CDT Finally more news. Not confirmed but we might be coming back to warm up in 10 minutes. Maybe.
  • 10:37pm CDT We are back. 20 minutes of warm up and then the game will resume
  • 10:38pm CDT The gates are open and you can re-enter!
  • 10:40pm CDT FC Dallas twitter is saying their back out there and Toronto FC is saying they are back in the locker room......IDK what to think anymore.
  • 10:41pm CDT Another 30 minute delay as Lightning is still in the area.
  • 10:47pm CDT ESPN app is now saying the game is postponed but the Toronto FC Twitter account says its not official as of yet....
  • 10:51pm CDT Teams will be back out on the pitch at 11:09pm CDT for a 20 minute warmup and then the match we resume. Unless more lightning appears. Hey Zeus chill it with the lightning bolts. Let them play for 3 more minutes.
  • 10:56pm CDT STOP THE LIGHTNING PLEASE!!!!!!. Another lightning strike the teams will be back at 11:22 for warm ups now.
  • 11:22pm CDT Players are taking the field again and the game WILL resume!
  • 11:24pm CDT Three hour and two minute long delay........
  • 11:34pm CDT So I have been watching the game via MLS Live and they havent come back yet. So Im also looking for a working stream.
  • 11:39pm CDT MLS Live is Back Up!
  • 11:39pm CDT NEW STREAM
  • 11:44pm CDT We are now back into the game. And we will have a full 15 minute Half Time. With another warm up.........
  • 11:46pm CDT 1080p 60fps Stream thanks to MowwMoww Link
  • 45' 1 minute of stoppage time.
  • 45'+1' End of 1st Half. After 4 hours and 18 minutes......3 hour 22 minute delay......
Second Half
  • 45' Let the second half begin!
  • 66' Tesho Akindele replaces Michael Barrios. This was Barrios' first MLS start. What a game to start huh.
  • 68' Luke Moore replaces Jonathan Osorio.
  • 71' Michael Bradley is shown the yellow.
  • 74' I think this announcer is trying to make all of us watching fall asleep. That way he can go home.
  • 80' Nick Hagglund is shown the yellow.
  • 82' Atiba Harris replaces Ryan Hollingshead
  • 83' Sebastian Giovinco right footed shot from the left side of the six yard box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Nick Hagglund.
  • 86' Robbie Findley replaces Ashtone Morgan.
  • 89' Sebastian Giovinco from a free kick with a right footed shot to the top left corner. THIS SHOULDNT BE HAPPENING. I HAVE WAITED 5 HOURS DONT DO THIS TO ME
  • 90' 4 minutes of stoppage time.
  • 90' Damien Perquis is shown the yellow.
  • 90'+4' The Match is over.....after 5 and a half hours. Thanks to everyone who stayed here with me!
Statistics
FC Dallas Toronto FC
GOALS 3 0
Shots 9 10
On target 5 2
Offsides 0 1
Corners 3 2
Fouls 7 3
Possession 37% 63%
Yellow Cards 0 0
Red Cards 0 0
#DTID
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2015.04.19 00:31 eeallen23 Match Thread: FC Dallas vs Toronto FC [7:30pm CDT ; Time Warner Cable Sports Channel]

MLS Regular Season: Week 7 — April 18th, MLS Game #62
FC Dallas vs Toronto FC
FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids MLS Match Preview
Venue: Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)
Kickoff: 7:30pm(19:30) Central 8:30pm(20:30) Eastern
Weather: 74 Degrees at Kickoff with Strong chance of rain. 7 MPH wind out of the SW
Match Officials:
Referee Assistant 1 Assistant 2 4th Official
Ismail Elfath Ian Anderson Mark Cahen Nima Saghafi
Television: Time Warner Cable Sports Channel
Radio: The Kickaround @96.7 FM Periodic updates not a GameCast The Word @100.7 FM La Voz Del Pueblo @1270 AM
Reddit Comment Stream: Link
Streams: MLS Live Beba.tv intsports.net
Streams are not guaranteed to work
FC Dallas Subreddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Óscar Pareja
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
7 F Blas Pérez 44 GK Jesse Gonzalez
11 M Fabian Castillo 14 D Atiba Harris
12 M Ryan Hollingshead 9 F David Texeira
21 M Michael Barrios 10 M Mauro Díaz
31 M Michel 23 M Kellyn Acosta
8 M Victor Ulloa 25 D Walker Zimmerman
3 D Moises Hernandez 13 F Tesho Akindele
17 D Zach Loyd
24 D Matt Hedges
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson
18 GK Chris Seitz
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Toronto FC Sub Reddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Greg Vanney
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
17 F Jozy Altidore 1 GK Chris Konopka
10 F Sebastian Giovinco 15 D Eriq Zavaleta
26 M Collen Warner 8 M Benoît Cheyrou
21 M Jonathan Osorio 18 M Marco Delgado
4 M Michael Bradley 19 M Daniel Lovitz
11 M Jackson 27 F Luke Moore
24 D Damien Perquis 55 F Robbie Findley
6 D Nick Hagglund
2 D Justin Morrow
5 D Ashtone Morgan
12 GK Joseph Bendik
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Random Tidbits
2015 Season Records
GP W-L-T PTS GF GA
FC Dallas 6 3-2-1 10 7 8
at home 4 2-1-1 7 4 5
--- --- --- --- --- ---
Toronto FC 4 1-3-0 3 6 8
on road 4 1-3-0 3 6 8
Upcoming Matches
FC Dallas:
Date Opponent
Fri. Apr. 24 at Colorado
Fri. May 1 at Houston
Sat. May 9 Los Angeles
Fri. May 15 New York
Toronto FC:
Date Opponent
Sun. Apr. 26 at Orlando City SC
Sat. May 2 at Philadelphia
Sun. May 10 Houston
Sat. May 16 at New England
SCORE
3 - 2
Match Events
First Half
  • 0' Let the Match Begin!
  • 1' Fabian Castillo left footed shot from the left side of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Moises Hernandez following a fast break. Maybe the Thunder is scaring Toronto? - GIF
  • 10' Fabian Castillo right footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Blas Pérez with a through ball. Can he get a Hat-Trick? - GIF via MowwMoww
  • 27' Blas Pérez left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.
  • 43' Match has been Suspended Temporarily due to Weather.
  • 43' Reports of Hail and Heavy Rain/Lightning in the area. Tornado sirens can be heard in neighboring cities (No confirmed reports of tornado sirens in Frisco)
  • 43' Estimates are at least an hour of delay - Source
  • 43' IF the game is canceled it will be replayed at 3-0. It will not start over. - Source
  • 9:49pm CDT Players begin to warm up!
  • 9:55pm CDT Another Lightning Strike sends the players back into their locker rooms
  • 10:25pm CDT Finally more news. Not confirmed but we might be coming back to warm up in 10 minutes. Maybe.
  • 10:37pm CDT We are back. 20 minutes of warm up and then the game will resume
  • 10:38pm CDT The gates are open and you can re-enter!
  • 10:40pm CDT FC Dallas twitter is saying their back out there and Toronto FC is saying they are back in the locker room......IDK what to think anymore.
  • 10:41pm CDT Another 30 minute delay as Lightning is still in the area.
  • 10:47pm CDT ESPN app is now saying the game is postponed but the Toronto FC Twitter account says its not official as of yet....
  • 10:51pm CDT Teams will be back out on the pitch at 11:09pm CDT for a 20 minute warmup and then the match we resume. Unless more lightning appears. Hey Zeus chill it with the lightning bolts. Let them play for 3 more minutes.
  • 10:56pm CDT STOP THE LIGHTNING PLEASE!!!!!!. Another lightning strike the teams will be back at 11:22 for warm ups now.
  • 11:22pm CDT Players are taking the field again and the game WILL resume!
  • 11:24pm CDT Three hour and two minute long delay........
  • 11:34pm CDT So I have been watching the game via MLS Live and they havent come back yet. So Im also looking for a working stream.
  • 11:39pm CDT MLS Live is Back Up!
  • 11:39pm CDT NEW STREAM
  • 11:44pm CDT We are now back into the game. And we will have a full 15 minute Half Time. With another warm up.........
  • 11:46pm CDT 1080p 60fps Stream thanks to MowwMoww Link
  • 45' 1 minute of stoppage time.
  • 45'+1' End of 1st Half. After 4 hours and 18 minutes......3 hour 22 minute delay......
Second Half
  • 45' Let the second half begin!
  • 66' Tesho Akindele replaces Michael Barrios. This was Barrios' first MLS start. What a game to start huh.
  • 68' Luke Moore replaces Jonathan Osorio.
  • 71' Michael Bradley is shown the yellow.
  • 74' I think this announcer is trying to make all of us watching fall asleep. That way he can go home.
  • 80' Nick Hagglund is shown the yellow.
  • 82' Atiba Harris replaces Ryan Hollingshead
  • 83' Sebastian Giovinco right footed shot from the left side of the six yard box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Nick Hagglund.
  • 86' Robbie Findley replaces Ashtone Morgan.
  • 89' Sebastian Giovinco from a free kick with a right footed shot to the top left corner. THIS SHOULDNT BE HAPPENING. I HAVE WAITED 5 HOURS DONT DO THIS TO ME
  • 90' 4 minutes of stoppage time.
  • 90' Damien Perquis is shown the yellow.
  • 90'+4' The Match is over.....after 5 and a half hours. Thanks to everyone who stayed here with me! See you in the post game thread :P
Statistics
FC Dallas Toronto FC
GOALS 3 0
Shots 9 10
On target 5 2
Offsides 0 1
Corners 3 2
Fouls 7 3
Possession 37% 63%
Yellow Cards 0 0
Red Cards 0 0
#DTID
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2015.04.11 00:51 eeallen23 Match Thread: FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids [6:00pm CST ; UniMás]

MLS Regular Season: Week 6 — April 10th, MLS Game #47
FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids
FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids MLS Match Preview
Venue: Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)
Kickoff: 6:00pm(18:00) Central 7:00pm(19:00) Eastern
Match Officials:
Referee Assistant 1 Assistant 2 4th Official
Armando Villarreal Adam Garner Jeremy Hanson Ismail Elfath
Television: UniMás
Radio: The Kickaround @ 96.7 FM The Ticket
Periodic updates not a GameCast
Reddit Comment Stream: Link
Streams: MLS Live
Streams are not guaranteed to work
FC Dallas Subreddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Óscar Pareja
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
7 F Blas Pérez 44 GK Jesse Gonzalez
11 M Fabian Castillo 14 D Atiba Harris
12 M Ryan Hollingshead 9 F David Texeira
13 M Tesho Akindele 4 M Kyle Bekker
31 M Michel 23 M Kellyn Acosta
8 M Victor Ulloa 44 M Jesse Gonzalez
3 D Moises Hernandez 21 M Michael Barrios
17 D Zach Loyd
25 D Walker Zimmerman
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson
18 GK Chris Seitz
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Colorado Rapids Sub Reddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Pablo Mastroeni
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
10 M Gabriel Torres 18 GK Zac MacMath
15 M Juan Ramirez 4 D Marc Burch
8 M Dillon Powers 27 D Shane O'Neill
14 F Dominique Badji 33 D Jared Watts
22 M Lucas Pittinari 2 M Nick LaBrocca
11 M Marcelo Sarvas 17 M Dillon Serna
3 D Drew Moor 7 F Vicente Sánchez
16 M James Riley
23 D Bobby Burling
5 D Michael Harrington
1 GK Clint Irwin
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Random Tidbits
2015 Season Records
GP W-L-T PTS GF GA
FC Dallas 5 3-1-1 10 7 4
at home 3 2-0-1 7 4 1
--- --- --- --- --- ---
Rapids 4 0-1-3 3 0 2
on road 2 0-0-2 2 0 0
Upcoming Matches
FC Dallas:
Date Opponent
Sat. Apr. 18 Toronto FC
Fri. Apr. 24 at Colorado
Fri. May 1 at Houston
Sat. May 9 Los Angeles
Colorado Rapids:
Date Opponent
Sat. Apr. 18 Seattle
Fri. Apr. 24 FC Dallas
Wed. Apr. 29 at New York
Sat. May 2 Los Angeles
SCORE
0 - 4
Match Events
First Half
  • 0' Let the Match Begin!
  • 2' Goal! Dominique Badji left footed shot from the center of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Dillon Powers with a cross.
  • 43' Goal! Dillon Powers left footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Marcelo Sarvas.
  • 45' Two Minutes of Stoppage Time.
  • 45'+2' End of the First Half.
Second Half
  • 45' Let the Second Half Begin!
  • 45' Substitution Kyle Bekker replaces Michel.
  • 45' Substitution Atiba Harris replaces Moises Hernandez.
  • 59' Ryan Hollingshead is shown the yellow card.
  • 70' Goal! Gabriel Torres right footed shot from the center of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Juan Ramírez.
  • 72' SubstitutionNick LaBrocca replaces Juan Ramírez.
  • 75' Substitution Michael Barrios replaces Ryan Hollingshead.
  • 81' Substitution Dillon Serna replaces Dillon Powers
  • 85' Goal! Dillon Serna left footed shot from outside the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Gabriel Torres.
  • 89' Substitution Vicente Sánchez replaces Dominique Badji
  • 90' 3 minutes of stoppage time.
  • 90'+2' Je-Vaughn Watson is shown the yellow card.
  • 90'+3' Whistle is blown. Colorado Rapids win 4-0.
Statistics
FC Dallas Colorado Rapids
GOALS 0 4
Shots 11 12
On target 3 6
Offsides 0 1
Corners 6 3
Fouls 11 12
Possession 57% 43%
Yellow Cards 2 0
Red Cards 0 0

*Statistics will be updated at Half Time and Full Time.

#DTID
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2015.04.10 23:04 eeallen23 Match Thread: FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids [6:00pm CST]

MLS Regular Season: Week 6 — April 10th, MLS Game #47
FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids
FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids MLS Match Preview
Venue: Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)
Kickoff: 6:00pm(18:00) Central 7:00pm(19:00) Eastern
Match Officials:
Referee Assistant 1 Assistant 2 4th Official
Armando Villarreal Adam Garner Jeremy Hanson Ismail Elfath
Television: UniMás
Radio: The Kickaround @ 96.7 FM The Ticket
Periodic updates not a GameCast
Reddit Comment Stream: Link
Streams: MLS Live
Streams are not guaranteed to work
FC Dallas Subreddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Óscar Pareja
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
7 F Blas Pérez 44 GK Jesse Gonzalez
11 M Fabian Castillo 14 D Atiba Harris
12 M Ryan Hollingshead 9 F David Texeira
13 M Tesho Akindele 4 M Kyle Bekker
31 M Michel 23 M Kellyn Acosta
8 M Victor Ulloa 44 M Jesse Gonzalez
3 D Moises Hernandez 21 M Michael Barrios
17 D Zach Loyd
25 D Walker Zimmerman
27 D Je-Vaughn Watson
18 GK Chris Seitz
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Colorado Rapids Sub Reddit Twitter Facebook Page
Head Coach: Pablo Mastroeni
Roster*:
Starting XI (#) Pos. Name Event Subs Bench (#) Pos. Name Event Subs
10 M Gabriel Torres 18 GK Zac MacMath
15 M Juan Ramirez 4 D Marc Burch
8 M Dillon Powers 27 D Shane O'Neill
14 F Dominique Badji 33 D Jared Watts
22 M Lucas Pittinari 2 M Nick LaBrocca
11 M Marcelo Sarvas 17 M Dillon Serna
3 D Drew Moor 7 F Vicente Sánchez
16 M James Riley
23 D Bobby Burling
5 D Michael Harrington
1 GK Clint Irwin
*Starting XI and Bench is not final until match start.
Random Tidbits
2015 Season Records
GP W-L-T PTS GF GA
FC Dallas 5 3-1-1 10 7 4
at home 3 2-0-1 7 4 1
--- --- --- --- --- ---
Rapids 4 0-1-3 3 0 2
on road 2 0-0-2 2 0 0
Upcoming Matches
FC Dallas:
Date Opponent
Sat. Apr. 18 Toronto FC
Fri. Apr. 24 at Colorado
Fri. May 1 at Houston
Sat. May 9 Los Angeles
Colorado Rapids:
Date Opponent
Sat. Apr. 18 Seattle
Fri. Apr. 24 FC Dallas
Wed. Apr. 29 at New York
Sat. May 2 Los Angeles
SCORE
0 - 4
Match Events
First Half
  • 0' Let the Match Begin!
  • 2' Goal! Dominique Badji left footed shot from the center of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Dillon Powers with a cross.
  • 43' Goal! Dillon Powers left footed shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Marcelo Sarvas.
  • 45' Two Minutes of Stoppage Time.
  • 45'+2' End of the First Half.
Second Half
  • 45' Let the Second Half Begin!
  • 45' Substitution Kyle Bekker replaces Michel.
  • 45' Substitution Atiba Harris replaces Moises Hernandez.
  • 59' Ryan Hollingshead is shown the yellow card.
  • 70' Goal! Gabriel Torres right footed shot from the center of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Juan Ramírez.
  • 72' SubstitutionNick LaBrocca replaces Juan Ramírez.
  • 75' Substitution Michael Barrios replaces Ryan Hollingshead.
  • 81' Substitution Dillon Serna replaces Dillon Powers
  • 85' Goal! Dillon Serna left footed shot from outside the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Gabriel Torres.
  • 89' Substitution Vicente Sánchez replaces Dominique Badji
  • 90' 3 minutes of stoppage time.
  • 90'+2' Je-Vaughn Watson is shown the yellow card.
  • 90'+3' Whistle is blown. Colorado Rapids win 4-0.
Statistics
FC Dallas Colorado Rapids
GOALS 0 4
Shots 11 12
On target 3 6
Offsides 0 1
Corners 6 3
Fouls 11 12
Possession 57% 43%
Yellow Cards 2 0
Red Cards 0 0
#DTID
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2015.02.24 10:47 acquiesce Ideally, how much longer do you want your current coach to stay with your club? Realistically, how much longer do you think your current coach will actually stay at your club?

I posted this over at /timbers, but was interested in hearing what other teams' fans had to say as well.
The Questions
As of today:
  1. Ideally, how long would you like your current coach to coach your club?
  2. Realistically, how long do you actually think your current coach will coach your club?
I understand that there are plenty of variables, but these are just two simple questions, so you don't need to read too much into it. Feel free to say "if he does this, then..." or whatever you want, but I just wanted to get a discussion going about this topic.
For Comparison: Current MLS Coaches' Tenures
Here is a look at the current length of years coached for each MLS team. I understand that coaches do move around, just like players, and this isn't the era of "stick it out with your team forever," but I was surprised that only 5 coaches have been with their team since 2011 or earlier. This came from this Wikipedia page, so go change it if you think it's wrong.
Ranking Coach Club Year hired
1 Bruce Arena Los Angeles Galaxy 2008
2 Sigi Schmid Seattle Sounders FC 2009
3 Peter Vermes Sporting Kansas City 2009
4 Ben Olsen D.C. United 2010
5 Jay Heaps New England Revolution 2011
6 Caleb Porter Portland Timbers 2013
7 Frank Yallop Chicago Fire 2014
8 Gregg Berhalter Columbus Crew 2014
9 Pablo Mastroeni Colorado Rapids 2014
10 îscar Pareja FC Dallas 2014
11 Dominic Kinnear San Jose Earthquakes 2014
12 Frank Klopas Montreal Impact 2014
13 Jeff Cassar Real Salt Lake 2014
14 Greg Vanney Toronto FC 2014
15 Carl Robinson Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2014
16 Jim Curtin Philadelphia Union 2014
17 Jesse Marsch New York Red Bulls 2015
18 Owen Coyle Houston Dynamo 2015
19 Jason Kreis New York City FC 2015
20 Adrian Heath Orlando City SC 2015
Not knowing (and caring enough to go look at) the exact date the coaches were hired, it was tough to get an exact average length of stay at a club, but averaging out the years, the average is 2013.
Quick on/off topic note related Premier League Coaches
EPL is not MLS, but I still found this fascinating. Admittedly, I know very little about the Premier League and maybe dropping coaches every year or two is the norm (as is becoming the trend in most sports), but I was blown away when I was watching a match a few weeks ago and saw a table that showed how long each coach had been with their current team. I just assumed that since the Premier League was an established elite league, that they'd keep coaches around a lot longer than MLS does. As of Feb. 24, 2015, According to Wikipedia (sort by league to see following table), here the tenures for each Premier League coach:
Ranking Coach Club Time as manager
1 Arsène Wenger Arsenal 18 years, 145 days
2 Sam Allardyce West Ham United 3 years, 267 days
3 Nigel Pearson Leicester City 3 years, 100 days
4 Brendan Rodgers Liverpool 2 years, 267 days
5 Steve Bruce Hull City 2 years, 260 days
6 Sean Dyche Burnley 2 years, 116 days
7 Mark Hughes Stoke City 1 year, 269 days
8 JosŽ Mourinho Chelsea 1 year, 265 days
9 Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City 1 year, 244 days
10 Roberto Mart’nez Everton 1 year, 237 days
11 Gus Poyet Sunderland 1 year, 138 days
12 Garry Monk Swansea City 1 year, 19 days
13 Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur 0 years, 272 days
14 Ronald Koeman Southampton 0 years, 252 days
15 Louis van Gaal Manchester United 0 years, 224 days
16 Tony Pulis West Bromwich Albion 0 years, 53 days
17 John Carver Newcastle United 0 years, 51 days
18 Alan Pardew Crystal Palace 0 years, 51 days
19 Chris Ramsey Queens Park Rangers 0 years, 20 days
20 Tim Sherwood Aston Villa 0 years, 9 days
This means, that the current tenure of a Premier League coach is 2 years 90 days. However, if you get rid of the outlier (Wenger), it cuts down the average to 1 year 145 days.
Interested to hear what others have to say and if a team's fanbase is, for the most part, on the same page.
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2015.02.24 10:39 acquiesce Ideally, how many more years do you want Porter to coach the Timbers? Realistically, how many more years do you think Porter will coach the Timbers?

Been wanting to post these two questions for a while and after reading the recent Porter interview in PoMo that IRraymaker posted, I thought now was a good time. Before we get started, it should be noted that I'm a huge CP supporter, so this is in now way a #CPOUT! post.
The Questions
As of today:
  1. Ideally, how long would you like Porter to coach PTFC?
  2. Realistically, how long do you actually think Porter will coach PTFC?
I understand that there are plenty of variables, but these are just two simple questions, so you don't need to read too much into it. Feel free to say "if he does this, then..." or whatever you want, but I just wanted to get a discussion going about this topic.
My Thoughts
I'd love Porter to stay with us until he retires and feel like he could be a coach that excels at having a long tenure at a club and wouldn't mind him being our lil' Wenger. Seeing what has transpired over the last two years, I believe that if he doesn't have a 2013 year in 2015 or 2016, I'm guessing he'll be gone after two years.
For Comparison: Current MLS Coaches' Tenures
Looking at the current length of years coached for each MLS team, you can see that Porter is already in the top 6 for length of stay. I understand that coaches do move around, just like players, and this isn't the era of "stick it out with your team forever," but I was surprised that only 5 coaches have been with their team since 2011 or earlier.
Ranking Coach Club Year hired
1 Bruce Arena Los Angeles Galaxy 2008
2 Sigi Schmid Seattle Sounders FC 2009
3 Peter Vermes Sporting Kansas City 2009
4 Ben Olsen D.C. United 2010
5 Jay Heaps New England Revolution 2011
6 Caleb Porter Portland Timbers 2013
7 Frank Yallop Chicago Fire 2014
8 Gregg Berhalter Columbus Crew 2014
9 Pablo Mastroeni Colorado Rapids 2014
10 îscar Pareja FC Dallas 2014
11 Dominic Kinnear San Jose Earthquakes 2014
12 Frank Klopas Montreal Impact 2014
13 Jeff Cassar Real Salt Lake 2014
14 Greg Vanney Toronto FC 2014
15 Carl Robinson Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2014
16 Jim Curtin Philadelphia Union 2014
17 Jesse Marsch New York Red Bulls 2015
18 Owen Coyle Houston Dynamo 2015
19 Jason Kreis New York City FC 2015
20 Adrian Heath Orlando City SC 2015
Not knowing (and caring enough to go look at) the exact date the coaches were hired, it was tough to get an exact average length of stay at a club, but averaging out the years, the average is 2013.
Quick on/off topic note related Premier League Coaches
EPL is not MLS, but I still found this fascinating. Admittedly, I know very little about the Premier League and maybe dropping coaches every year or two is the norm (as is becoming the trend in most sports), but I was blown away when I was watching a match a few weeks ago and saw a table that showed how long each coach had been with their current team. I just assumed that since the Premier League was an established elite league, that they'd keep coaches around a lot longer than MLS does. According to Wikipedia (sort by league to see following table), here the tenures for each Premier League coach:
Ranking Coach Club Time as manager
1 Arsène Wenger Arsenal 18 years, 145 days
2 Sam Allardyce West Ham United 3 years, 267 days
3 Nigel Pearson Leicester City 3 years, 100 days
4 Brendan Rodgers Liverpool 2 years, 267 days
5 Steve Bruce Hull City 2 years, 260 days
6 Sean Dyche Burnley 2 years, 116 days
7 Mark Hughes Stoke City 1 year, 269 days
8 JosŽ Mourinho Chelsea 1 year, 265 days
9 Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City 1 year, 244 days
10 Roberto Mart’nez Everton 1 year, 237 days
11 Gus Poyet Sunderland 1 year, 138 days
12 Garry Monk Swansea City 1 year, 19 days
13 Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur 0 years, 272 days
14 Ronald Koeman Southampton 0 years, 252 days
15 Louis van Gaal Manchester United 0 years, 224 days
16 Tony Pulis West Bromwich Albion 0 years, 53 days
17 John Carver Newcastle United 0 years, 51 days
18 Alan Pardew Crystal Palace 0 years, 51 days
19 Chris Ramsey Queens Park Rangers 0 years, 20 days
20 Tim Sherwood Aston Villa 0 years, 9 days
This means, that the current tenure of a Premier League coach is 2 years 90 days. However, if you get rid of the outlier (Wenger), it cuts down the average to 1 year 145 days. I don't have an exact date, but assuming Porter took over PTFC December 10, 2012 (roughly two weeks after Akron lost in the 3rd round of NCAA Soccer Championship), he has been coaching the team for about 2 years 75 days. This would put him in 7th place in the Premier League.
Oops
Got a little carried away with the tables at the stats, but am honestly curious to hear what others think about CP and how long they think he will and/or want him to stay.
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2015.02.19 00:17 JohnMLTX Countdown to Kickoff: FC Dallas

FC Dallas

General Information
Nicknames:
  • The Hoops
  • La Roja
  • Not Houston
  • Los Toros
  • FCD
  • The Burn
  • Dallas 96
  • Better than Houston
  • The Texan Team from 1996
  • FC Frisco
  • Suburban Soccer Mom FC
Stadium: Toyota Stadium (Capacity: 20,500) - Frisco, TX
Owner: Clark Hunt
Head Coach: King Óscar I
Captain: Matt Hedges
Kits here, home left, away right. Home to change shortly.
Affiliates:
Rivalries:
Texas Derby, contested against Houston
Easily the biggest rivalry, we fight each year over El Capitán, and 18th century mountain howitzer cannon, which is arguably the most badass trophy in sports, after the Armadillo. Why are we Texans so crazy about this? Well, when you fight for your own independence as both a part of Mexico against the Spanish, and then for independence FROM Mexico, you tend to feel a strong national pride. Ask a Texan, they'll let you know that Texas is still a mostly independent nation. From 2012-2014, the rivalry only had one official game each year, with Houston and Dallas in separate conferences. Now that Houston is back in the Bestern Western conference, we have more opportunities to kick some orange ass. Last season, Dallas won 4-1 in Houston thanks to a Michel penalty, two goals from Je-Vaughn Watson, and a wonderful own goal from Giles Barnes. David Horst also got a red card which was icing on the cake. We met again in the open Cup in June, again in Houston, where the plucky North Texans won from a 99th minute Tesho Akindele masterpiece in added time. FCD fans count this game as both aprt of the derby and proof of Dallas brilliance, but Dynamo fans prefer their delusions that it "doesn't count". This year, we could see four, five, or even six DAL-HOU games thanks to 3 in the regular season, the Open Cup, and the Western Conference playoffs. I want that, because every win over Houston makes life a little happier. Watch this for more information.
"The only thing you need to know about the Texas Derby is that FC Frisco don't even stand a chance. No sense getting excited for this years edition because El Capitan is coming home to Houston where it rightfully belongs. Houston is the better franchise in every metric worth keeping (ex. MLS Cups, Stadium, Fanbase, City, Sponsor, ex-Chivas Players). We hold a very special place in our heart for our South Oklahoman neighbors, special in the way we also feel for the homeless, sympathetic for their plight but glad we aren't them. If you are feeling neutral in which team to root for in the Texas Derby, we won't call you a glory hunter for choosing Houston, we'll just call you a friend." - HOU-1836
Brimstone Cup, contested against the Chicago Fire
This is the second-oldest Dallas rivalry, and it used to be the fiercest. At one point, these games got as heated as DC/NY did back in the 90s and early 00s. The rivalry stems from the original Dallas name, Dallas Burn. Burn and Fire and Brimstone, all lovely. The trophy even has a quote from Virgil's Aeneid on the base, "The more the kindled combat rises high'r, The more with fury burns the blazing fire." Dallas has a 9-6-2 record here, but we haven't won since 2011. Expect to hear some "Piss on the Fire" chanting come this one, even if it's a bit minor.
Lamar Hunt Pioneer Cup, contested against Columbus
This one doesn't really matter that much. Lamar Hunt used to own Dallas and Columbus, and apparently we hated eachother. Since the Crew got sold in 2013, it's become borderline irrelevant. I don't really even care that much.
The Fucking Rapids, We're Still Pissed Cup
This is unofficial, but FCD and the Rapids kinda hate each other. THe 2010 MLS Cup saw Dallas lose on an own goal, and the Rapids have put George John, Ugo Ihemelu, and many many other players out for extended stretches with severe injuries. The Colorado-induced concussion Ugo suffered forced him to retire. Also we stole their coach. Fuck those guys.
Something about the Timbers always play us rough
Basically it, FCD/PTFC games always get rough and crazy, and they're great fun to watch. Not much bad blood, just some resentment and trash talk.
Something about how the Whitecaps hate us and we're starting to feel angry back.
FCD/VAN games are always a bit of a shitshow. Lots of fouling, some diving, a red card or two, and lots of salt in the comments.
Passion of the Kreis (Formerly Copa Kreis)
I'll admit, I made this one up, but it's fun for me. So there.
2014 Season
Results:
  • 16-12-6, 54 points (4th West, 6th overall)
  • 55 goals for, 45 against
  • Playoffs: Western Semifinals, "lost" on "away goals rule", we didn't actually lose either game though.
  • Goal leaders: Blas Perez and Fabian Castillo, 14 goals
  • Assist leaders: Blas Perez and Fabian Castillo, 7 assists
  • Average attendance: 16,816
  • Best attendance: 21,182 on July 4th against Philly
Notable Matches:
  • 4/5 - 4-1 win in Houston
  • 8/16 - 5-0 win in San Jose, with a Tesho hat trick and two from Castillo
  • 10/29 - 2-1 win over Vancouver in the Playoffs, first playoff win since 2010 (when we almost won the Cup!)
Upcoming Season
Season Opener: March 7th at home against San Jose Earthquakes
Lineup Guess
Kennedy/Seitz
Zach Loyd Matt Hedges Keel /Zimmerman Zimmerman /Michel /Earle /Hernandez
Bekker? /Garcia? /Acosta Watson? /Ulloa /Michel
Tesho Diaz Castillo
Blas
No idea what lineup Oscar is planning, to be honest. We've used different formations all pre-season.
Key Players:
  • Tesho Akindele, FW, 2014 Rookie of the Year looking for a strong sophomore effort. He's received calls for both Canada and the USA, choosing the latter.
  • Fabian Castillo, FW, who learned how to score last year and is absolutely fucking terrifying for any defense, all the time
  • Mauro Diaz, MF, who tore up MLS early last year, tore his ACL, and then tore up MLS again in the Fall
  • Matt Hedges, D, USMNT calibre defender who is looking better every day
  • Kellyn Acosta, D, mah man, he's 19, captained the US U-20s through qualification to the 2015 U-20 World Cup, and kicks ass. He's also homegrown!
Notable Off-season transactions:
In:
  • Alejandro Zendejas, MF, homegrown from the Academy
  • Dan Kennedy, GK, from Chivas USA dispersal draft
  • Atiba Harris, FW, from Re-Entry Draft
  • Otis Earle, DF, from 2015 SuperDraft
  • Kyle Bekker, MF, from Toronto for Garberbucks
Out:
  • Raul Fernandez, GK
  • Jair Benitez, DF, to COL Aguilas Pereira
  • Adam Moffat, MF, to NY Cosmos
  • Peter Luccin, MF
  • George john, DF, to NYCFC
  • Hendry Thomas, MF
  • Walter Cabrera, DF
  • Jonathan Top, FW
  • Andres Escobar, MF, COL Atletico Nacional
  • Nick Walker, DF
  • Brian Cobi Span, FW
Fan expectations:
We want a fucking trophy. We came hella close to the Open Cup, within swearing distance of the MLS Cup, and were in contention for the Shield through the Spring. Everyone is watching us improve dramatically under King Oscar, and it's only up from here. Also I wanna keep that fucking cannon.
History
FC Dallas was originally founded in 1994 as a charter member of MLS as the Dallas Burn. We were the sole team outside the United States, representing the Republic of Texas. They called the Cotton Bowl home, and thanks to a young Jason Kreis, were a pretty scary thing in MLS 1.0. Dallas went 7 straight seasons making the playoffs, never making it past the Semifinals, but we did win the 1997 Open Cup. An aging lineup, a decrepit stadium, and dwindling support meant that in 2004 the team needed a change. We rebranded as FC Dallas, and opened what was then called Pizza Hut Park in what was then the fastest growing city in the nation, Frisco. We won the West in the 2006 regular season, finishing 2nd in the Supporters' Shield standings, and in 2010, won the West playoffs and faced Colorado Rapids, the 2010 Eastern Conference Champions, in the MLS Cup. An own goal in extra time meant we lost, so fuck them. Since then, we've been woefully inconsistent thanks to a collective four intact knees, and we tend to die on the pitch somewhere in May or June every year.
Trophies:
  • 1997 US Open Cup
  • 2010 Western Conference
Links
Formatting for this stolen from TheBishop7 and his preview for Columbus.
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2014.02.22 22:25 JohnMLTX Countdown to Kickoff: FC DALLAS

FC DALLAS 2014 SEASON PREVIEW
2013 Season Results
8th, West (11-12-11)
Dallas won 6 of their 8 first games, and remained near the top of the supporter's shield standings going into the summer, before yet another infamous Dallas collapse. A 11-game streak without a win and 5 games without so much as a single goal took their places in Dallas' shameful record book, and winning only 3 of the final 10 matches meant that for the second year in a row, they failed to make the playoffs. After yet another promising season ending in despair, coach Schellas Hyndman announced his resignation the day before the season's final home game. What happened? Well, the combination of the Dallas heat along with our near constant position among the most fouled teams in the league meant that once again, we spent the bulk of our summer without a chunk of our starters.

Info

Nicknames
The Hoops, The Hoofs, Los Toros
Stadium
Dallas plays at the 20,500 seat Toyota Stadium located in Frisco, Texas, one of the many suburban communities in the DFW Metroplex. Dallas is big, and not just population wise. The Metroplex covers 9,286 square miles, making it larger than all of New York City (6,720 sq mi) and Los Angeles (4,850 sq. mi). That means, despite the stadium being around 30-40 minutes from the downtown core, it's still very much in the Metroplex. Additionally, only one major sports facility is located downtown; the American Airlines Center, home to the Mavericks and Stars. Both the Ballpark in Arlington and Cowboys Stadium are located in the suburb of Arlington. Dallas is so spread out that most people expect to spend around a half hour in the car getting from point to point.
Head Coach
Oscar Pareja, newly appointed former FC Dallas player and assistant, and last season's coach of the Colorado Rapids
Captain
Looks to be centerback extraordinaire George John
Formation
Looks to be a 4-3-3
Formation
Blas Peres
Castillo Span
Mauro Diaz
Luccin Moffat
Michel Hedges & John Loyd
Fernandez

Rivalries

Ask an FC Dallas fan who they consider the biggest rival and you'll likely get one of three answers.
The oldest and at times fiercest rivalry is the Brimstone Cup against the Chicago Fire. This stems from the original name for Dallas, the Dallas Burn, and has been contested annually since 1998. The series has gone 7-3-2 in favor of Dallas, but Chicago has taken home the cup the past two years running. Due to Chicago's movement to the Eastern conference, the rivalry has waned slightly, but is still a very fierce and frantic affair.
Our local rivalry is with the Houston Dynamo, carrying on the traditional Dallas/Houston rivalry. Expect to see debates on food, culture, the weather, traffic, local politics, Mexican food, barbecue, colors, stadium locations, etc. For a variety of reasons, there's always been animosity between Dallas and Houston. The Texas Derby is played once a year due to the conference split, with the winner taking home El Capitan, an 18th century mountain howitzer cannon. After two years of losing to Houston, Dallas finally brought the cannon home last March, with a thrilling 3-2 victory over our orange adversaries. The rivalry continues in Houston this year.
The most recent rivalry development is a mainly one sided affair against the Colorado Rapids. They knocked us out of the playoffs in 2005 and 2006, won the Eastern Conference in 2010 en route to beating us in overtime in the 2010 MLS Cup, and have been known to injure hoards of our players, most notably then-captain Ugo Ihemelu, in May of 2012, with a career ending concussion. Chicago and Houston remain relatively friendly, but you'll hear some incredibly harsh words about the Rapids in Frisco. Us luring home their coach is great for two reasons; we get a legendary name back, AND we get to hurt Colorado.

Notable Transfers

Out
David Ferreira, last year's captain, who was once a fixture in midfield, whose form suffered last year and between his decline and injuries, just didn't cut it.
Jackson, to Toronto, another major midfielder, who, when he's on, is absolutely lethal (see 7/21/12, 5-0 against Portland), but when he's off, he's useless. Hard to see him go, but it needed to be done.
Ugo Ihemelu, 2012 captain, finally retired. He hasn't played since May 2012, against the Rapids, and the concussion he suffered finally got the best of him. Expect to see him somewhere in the front office.
Kenny Cooper, to Seattle, had a decent second run in Dallas, but was a bit too expensive for his results. Dallas got in return some midfield depth and a lighter cap to add more forward depth.
In
Adam Moffat, from Seattle, adds some much needed depth in midfield following the Brek Shea transfer, the injuries to Peter Luccin, and the loss of Jackson.
Hendry Thomas, from Colorado, yet more midfield depth, which was arguably one of our biggest weaknesses last year.
Andres Escobar, forward from Dynamo Kiev, should be the answer to our goal scoring woes, and could be a great replacement for Kenny Cooper.
David Texeira, forward from FC Groningen, yet more forward depth, something we desperately needed, after patching up the midfield.
Brian Span, via weighted lottery, has already been taking the place of Jackson in our preseason games, and has so far done quite well.
Tesho Akindele, 2014 Superdrafted forward out of Colorado School of Mines. He impressed at the draft, and the Hunts and Pareja see potential in him. You might even see him find first team minutes this year.
Going into 2014
Dallas features a vastly rebuilt midfield and much needed depth up front, maintaining the solid back line built around George John, Matt Hedges, and Zack Loyd, with Jair Benitez, Stephen Keel, Walker Zimmerman, London Woodberry and Kellyn Acosta for added depth. Michel will likely feature at left back, in order to take advantage of his incredible set piece abilities.
Expect to see either Raul Fernandez or Chris Seitz in goal most of the time, with Richard Sanchez potentially filling in. Fernandez made the allstar game in his first season in MLS, and was underrated most of last season.
The midfield is focused around Mauro Diaz and Peter Luccin, with our various new signings filling in around them. Andrew Jacobsen, Je-vaughn Watson, and Bobby Warshaw are available for additional depth as needed, with Castillo, Span, Moffat, and Thomas expected to see time.
Up front, Blas Perez is likely to be the central forward as he was the last two years, and given the expectation of more service from midfield, he should continue to shine. Fabian Castillo can either play as a second forward or an attacking mid, and between him and Blas, we have some good veteran attackers to pair with our new signings.
The Hunt family have restated their commitment to FC Dallas, and between the moves made, the signing of Pareja, and their attitude towards fans, look to really mean business. The team looks much better than last year, only word now is whether they can weather the North Texas summer.
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