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RSL scoring woes continue in tie with FC Dallas

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Real Salt Lake's attack has gone cold at the worst possible time.

For the third straight match, RSL was held scoreless as the Western Conference contender settled for a 0-0 draw with league-leaders FC Dallas at Rio Tinto Stadium. With the draw, FC Dallas maintains a five-point cushion atop the conference while RSL sits eight points back in fourth place.

Portland Timbers vs. Real Salt Lake Match Preview

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The Portland Timbers have returned home after last weekend's loss to the league leaders, FC Dallas, and are set to play host to another one of the top teams in the West as Real Salt Lake come to town. In two meetings this year the Timbers and RSL have tied twice, both ending 2-2, but shared points will not do for the Timbers this time as they need to set the pace in the run in to the playoffs.

Rose City Soccer Show - talking FC Dallas & previewing RSL

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Victor Ulloa was a difference maker for FC Dallas against the Portland Timbers when they met last weekend, as the guys from the Rose City Soccer Show talked about in this week's episode. Hopefully the Timbers can rebound this weekend...

Some MLS clubs are everywhere, some are not

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PSP's Dan Walsh found RSL fans everywhere he went in Salt Lake City recently, and it said a bit about the state of the team and future of MLS. Also, more on the Tribbett-Yaro debate.

Late Olave winner sees RSL top FC Dallas

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It took longer than expected for Real Salt Lake and FC Dallas to find a goal, but when the former did int he 78th minute, it proved to be just enough to leave Rio Tinto Stadium with three big points.

Jameson Olave served as the unlikely goalscorer on Saturday night as Real Salt Lake toppled the Western Conference-leading FC Dallas, 1-0.

Major League Soccer

MLS Week 30: A Look Ahead

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Several teams are still jockeying for playoff positioning, and a few of those sides will face each other during a pivotal Week 30 in MLS.

The headliner pits the LA Galaxy against the Seattle Sounders on Sunday afternoon. The Galaxy have not lost in their last six matches, while the Sounders, who are five points adrift of the playoffs, have earnedpoints in seven of their last eight games.

Lampard limps off as City draw 2-2 with FC Dallas

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New York (AFP) Former Chelsea and England star Frank Lampard limped out of New York City FC's 2-2 MLS draw with FC Dallas with an apparent left calf injury.

With the playoffs four weeks away it could be a serious blow for City and Lampard, who missed the first 12 matches of the season with an injury to the same leg but has become an increasingly influential force for a club challenging Toronto FC for the top spot in the Eastern Conference standings.

Carlos Ruiz signs with FC Dallas

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Just days after winning the U.S. Open Cup, FC Dallas has added a veteran forward with quite the MLS reputation.

FC Dallas announced on Thursday that the club has signed Guatemalan international Carlos Ruiz. The 37-year-old forward played three seasons for FC Dallas after joining the club in 2005, amassing 31 regular season goals in 68 appearances to go withfive goals in six playoff games.

MLS Power Rankings, Week 27: Playing the breaks

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The MLS Power Rankings don't stop for international duty!

While most of the world were on break for the FIFA international fixture window, MLS said that the window would be a great place to put Week 27 of the 2016 season. 12 teams saw action while 8 were given the week off. And though many teams were shorthanded with their stars playing for their national teams, we saw some surprising results over the course of the weekend.

Is the Supporters’ Shield still FC Dallas’s to lose?

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FC Dallas is top of the Supporters' Shield table, but all of a sudden they're facing a challenge to hold onto the best record in MLS.

FC Dallas advances to face New England in US Open Cup final

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FC Dallas needed extra time to get past the LA Galaxy in their 2016 US Open Cup semifinal, setting up a Dallas vs New England final in Frisco.

New England Revolution

MLS Look Ahead: Week 30

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With only five weeks left in the MLS regular season, the race to the playoffs is heating up.

A battle between first and second place in the Eastern Conference highlights the action this weekend, with Toronto FC hosting the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

U.S. Open Cup Final: The SBI Breakdown

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FC Dallas lifted the club's first trophy in 19 years on Tuesday night. With it, came a bit of vindication, a bit of validation, a bit of proof that the club's investments had finally paid off.

Build on a core that are yet to enter their prime years, FC Dallas surged past the New England Revolution, 4-2, on Tuesday night.

FC Dallas sends its Open Cup message

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FC Dallas won the 2016 US Open Cup and let the rest of MLS know that it's in the hunt for all of the trophies in 2016.

FC Dallas wins Open Cup, Vancouver beats Sporting KC in CCL

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FC Dallas is the 2016 US Open Cup champions, coming back to beat the New England Revolution while Vancouver advanced in the Champions League.

Revolution 2, Dallas 4: New England beaten soundly in US Open Cup Final

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The Revolution traveled to Dallas looking to win some silverware in an otherwise disappointing season. However, instead, the Revs were outclassed by a vastly superior opponent.

If the New England Revolution's disappointing 2016 season had a glimmer of hope and pride, it was the club's drive to the US Open Cup Final.

Diaz, Urruti shine as FC Dallas thumps Revs to win U.S. Open Cup

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FC Dallas' 19-year trophy drought is over, and it was ended in emphatic fashion.

Mauro Diaz scored once and set up three goals, two of them to Maxi Urruti, as FC Dallas defeated the New England Revolution 4-2 at Toyota Stadium on Tuesday to win the U.

U.S. Open Cup Final: SBI Live Commentary

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The U.S. Open Cup will be decided on Tuesday night as a Supporters' Shield contender hosts a team still fighting for a spot in the postseason.

Throughout the 2016 season, FC Dallas has established itself as a top dog in the West, but the team's quest towards silverware continues in Tuesday's finale against the New England Revolution (10 p.

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

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The UEFA Champions League is finally back, while two MLS teams vie for an elusive trophy on Tuesday night.

In Europe, the Champions League group stage begins with several marquee clashes on tap. Paris-Saint Germain hosts Arsenal in a pivotal game as both sides duke it out for the top spot in Group A.

3 things you should know about the Revs before the US Open Cup Final

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Rowe could make history tonight and two more things to know.

The New England Revolution have the opportunity to hoist their first U.S. Open Cup trophy since 2007 on Tuesday when they travel to FC Dallas. Here are three things you need to know ahead of the 10 PM kickoff.

1. Tuesday's game might bring on a case of déj vu.

U.S. Open Cup Preview: FC Dallas hosts Revs in tournament finale

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The U.S. Open Cup final is set for Tuesday, and a pair of MLS sides with varying experiences in 2016 are set to collide for the first major trophy of the season.

FCDallas hosts the New England Revolution in Tuesday's final in a clash of two teams on opposite ends of the playoff picture.

Revolution v. FC Dallas: Injury Report

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Who's available for the Revs tonight?

The New England Revolution have four names on the injury report released ahead of Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup Final.

As expected, Xavier Kouassi remains out as he recovers from a right knee surgery. The Designated Player recently came off the Disabled List, but his status for this year remains uncertain.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 9/13/16

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Links to start your day.

Philadelphia Union News

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A trophy on the line for FC Dallas and New England

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The first trophy of the 2016 season is on the line on Tuesday with New England at FC Dallas in the US Open Cup final.

MLS Look Ahead: Week 29

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There is a full slate of games this weekend in MLS following the international break,and an American soccer legendcould return to the pitch on Sunday.

Landon Donovan is back with the LA Galaxy after announcing that he is coming out of retirement to finish the 2016 season in light of the injury problems at the club.

MLS Week 28: A Look Ahead

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This weekend may be dominated by the international break, but there are still plenty of games in MLS as the regular season begins to wind down.

A key showdown in the Western Conference between the Portland Timbers and FC Dallas highlights Week 28.

MLS Week 25: A Look Ahead

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Rivalries dominate Week 25 in MLS,and there a few salivating matchupson tap this weekend.

The most notable is the Cascadia Cup as the resurgent Seattle Sounders face the Portland Timbers at Providence Park. Both sides met last week withthe Sounders cruised to a 3-1 win.

MLS Ticker: Cooper, Rowe, Royer, and more

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Toronto FC bolstered their roster with the signing of aPanamanian international, while the LA Galaxy will be without their starting goalkeeper for a clash with NYCFC this weekend.

Panama midfielder Armando Cooper has joined TFCon loan from Club Deportivo Árabe Unido.

Sporting Kansas City

The Path to the Playoffs: Six Games to Go

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The Portland Timbers did not do themselves any favors in Saturday's 3-1 loss to FC Dallas, failing to bring home a road point for the 14th time this season and losing control of their playoff destiny. Of course, a road loss to the best team in the league comes as no surprise, and looking at the remainder of the Timbers' schedule, reaching the playoffs still looks like a very attainable goal.

CCL Preview: Whitecaps face Sporting KC, FC Dallas travels to Real Esteli

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A Canada vs. America showdown headlines this week's CONCACAF Champions League action

Sporting Kansas City travels north of the border to take on the Vancouver Whitecaps in an all-MLS group C match-up. Elsewhere, FC Dallas will travel down to Nicaragua to face Group H cellar-dwellers Real Esteli.

Sporting Grab a Point to Start Long Trip

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Facing the start of their long trip around North America and the Caribbean, Sporting Kansas City got a 2-2 draw on the road against an FC Dallas team that had dropped only six points out of a possible 36 home points heading into the game tonight. In the first half both teams had some chances, but it was FC Dallas putting Kansas City goalkeeper Alec Kann to the test more.

Dwyer brace not enough for Sporting KC in tie with FC Dallas

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Four goals in ten minutes turned Saturday's clash between FC Dallas and Sporting Kansas City into quite a spectacle, but it was not one that could produce a winner.

Dom Dwyer scored a brace for Sporting KC, but goals from Tesho Akindele and Maxi Urruti proved just enough for FC Dallas toearn a 2-2 draw on Saturday at Toyota Stadium.

Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo Player Ratings vs. FC Dallas

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The Dynamo regained El Capitán by winning the Texas Derby, but they would do so on goal aggregate as they dropped the final game to FC Dallas 3-1 despite a strong first half showing.

Quick Thoughts:

1) What happened? After outplaying Dallas for much of the first half, the team got devastated by FCD within the span of 1 minute as they gave up a penalty and another goal in that time.

Barrios brace leads FC Dallas to rivalry win over Dynamo

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For 45 minutes, the Houston Dynamo looked to be the better side on Saturday night, but a second half goal explosion saw FC Dallas reassert themselves as kings of Texas.

A brace from Michael Barrios and a penalty kick finish from Mauro Diaz led FC Dallas' second half run, sealing a 3-1 win over the Dynamo on Saturday at BBVAA Compass Stadium.

The Rest

CCL Preview: Red Bulls and FC Dallas look to join Whitecaps in quarterfinals

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The New York Red Bulls and FC Dallas are both teams in the thick of the MLS Supporters' Shield race, but they each have another task in focus this week: securing a place in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals.

The Red Bulls need just a draw against Salvadoran side Alianza on the road on Tuesday night to secure their place in the knockout rounds, and to extend an MLS-best 16-match unbeaten streak in all competitions.

Acosta thrives in 'crazy' month with FC Dallas, USMNT

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On the surface, the cities of Kingstown and Frisco have little in common. The former, the capital of St. Vincent & The Grenadines, is known much more for its tourism than its soccer, its beaches rather than the cricket pitch that the local national team calls home.

Shelton scores late equalizer to earn NYCFC tie with FC Dallas

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Through the first 78 minutes of Saturday's match, FC Dallas looked like a team that was having little issue with a post-U.S. Open Cup hangover. However, after a mostly dominant performance, a late goal saw the Western Conference contender drop two road points against New York City FC.

Tuesday Freedom Kicks: We gonna let it burn, burn, burn

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Unless the Revolution win, and then just kidding.

Welcome to Tuesday Freedom Kicks, folks. It's lovely to see all of you here. Shall we get to the soccer?

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Billy Ham, he's our man!

Howard comes up big as Rapids edge FC Dallas

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FC Dallas could have clinched a playoff berth with a win on Saturday night, but the Western Conference powerhouse saw their push for the postseason delayed largely due to the play of Tim Howard.

It took just one goal to topple FC Dallas on Saturday night, as Dominique Badji provided a second half finish to lead the Colorado Rapids to a 1-0 win at Toyota Stadium.

U.S. U-20 Weston McKinnie signs with Schalke

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Another young American has made the move to Germany to kickstart his pro career.

FC Schalke announced on Tuesday that U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team midfielder Weston McKinnie has joined the club's Under-19 team. The FC Dallas product was named Player of the Tournament as the U.S. U-19s claimed April'sSlovakia Cup with a win over Russia.