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Weekly Soccer Notes-Saturday, April 29, 2017

Other news of interest in Texas Soccer this week:

Major League Soccer:

  • Very good news for FC Dallas this week as midfielder and Designated Player Mauro Diaz returned to training for the first time since suffering a season ending injury last year.
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FC Dallas

Jozy Altidore scores twice to lift TFC over Dynamo

TORONTO — Jozy Altidore became Toronto FC’s second all-time leading scorer, as TFC defeated the Houston Dynamo, 2-0, at BMO Field on Friday night.

Altidore grabbed a brace in the victory, recording his 33rd and 34th goals in all competitions with TFC to move past Dwayne De Rosario on the team’s all-time scoring list. 431 mots de plus


Friday Forecast: Homecoming For Atlanta United Sunday

It’s been six weeks since Atlanta United had a home match at Bobby Dodd Stadium and the Five Stripes will finally return on Sunday to host D.C. 708 mots de plus


Fire: Dax Returns To N.Y. as the Fire take on the Red Bulls

In January, just days after he had been called up to the US Men’s National Team, two years after he had been named captain of New York Red Bulls, and after a record-setting 198 appearances for his New York club, Dax McCarty was caught completely off-guard when he was suddenly traded to the Chicago Fire in exchange for $400,000 in allocation money. 464 mots de plus


Match Preview: Atlanta United vs. D.C. United

Atlanta United returns to action Sunday afternoon to take on Eastern Conference opponent D.C. United at Bobby Dodd Stadium for the first-ever meeting between the two clubs. 299 mots de plus


The SBI Show: Episode 276 (Talking Americans Abroad, Previewing MLS Week 9, and more)

It was a big week for Americans Abroad, with winner’s medals, league promotion and secured places in upcoming finals among the accomplishments for Americans playing overseas, and the latest episode of The SBI Show tackles all the topics and more. 98 mots de plus


Two teens take pitch as Impact, Whitecaps square off at Saputo Stadium

When Mauro Biello was 18 and attempting to launch a pro soccer career, he was busy scaling fences and jumping onto practice fields.

He began his career with the Montreal Supra of the Canadian Soccer League before joining the Impact a year later, long before its Major League Soccer existence. 902 mots de plus