Moises Hernandez

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MLS Ticker: Mears leaves Sounders for Atlanta, Dynamo adds Sanchez and more

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Tyrone Mears will be staying in MLS in 2017. He will just switching addresses from thereigning championsto an expansion club.

The Seattle Sounders and Atlanta United announced on Tuesday night that Mears was sent from the former club to the latter in exchange for $50,000 in General Allocation Money.

FC Dallas holds on for 3-2 win over Toronto FC after 3 hour rain delay

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After losing 4-0 at home to the Colorado Rapids last week, FC Dallas wasted no time trying to regain form as they scored just 30 seconds into their match against Toronto FC, a match that started Saturday night but ended early Sunday morning.

Dallas midfielder Fabian Castillo ran onto a long pass from left back Moises Hernandez and squeezed a right-footed shot between the near post and Toronto goalkeeper Joe Bendik to open the scoring.

FC Dallas holds on for 3-2 win over Toronto FC after 3 hour rain delay

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After losing 4-0 at home to the Colorado Rapids last week, FC Dallas wasted no time trying to regain form as they scored just 30 seconds into their match against Toronto FC, a match that started Saturday night but ended early Sunday morning.

Dallas midfielder Fabian Castillo ran onto a long pass from left back Moises Hernandez and squeezed a right-footed shot between the near post and Toronto goalkeeper Joe Bendik to open the scoring.

Philadelphia Union vs. FC Dallas: The Whole Story - Match 3

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This week, the Union return home to PPL Park to face off against FC Dallas. From previews to reviews, this is the whole story.

tBG) FC Dallas was a strong team last year, and there wasn't a whole lot of turnover going into this season. Will that hurt or help as FCD sets out to win a very competitive Western Conference?

Opposite View: Three questions with Brian Wachholz of Big D Soccer

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This week we talk with Brian Wachholz of Big D Soccer - SB Nation's FC Dallas blog - about the other Philadelphia-Dallas rivalry.

tBG) FC Dallas was a strong team last year, and there wasn't a whole lot of turnover going into this season. Will that hurt or help as FCD sets out to win a very competitive Western Conference?

Center or left back? Where is Moises Hernandez best suited to play?

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Moises Hernandez has spent most of the past two seasons picking up something most young players can never have too much of, playing experience. The now 21-year-old Dallas native spent last season in Costa Rica after spending much of 2012 in Guatemala and the FCD Academy product now returns to familiar surroundings in Frisco.

Clavijo interview – Part 3

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This is the third of three parts from an interview Steve had with Fernando Clavijo. Here hediscusses Homegrowns and FCD's place in the room with the recent big MLS signings. . Part 1covered FC Dallas' view of the MLS Superdraft. Part 2 coveredthe status of current FCD players

On if they intend to sign more Homegrown players right now -"I think we're very happy where we are but one thing we need to do, we need to identify kids that can come in and have an opportunity to play.

Clavijo interview – Part 2

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This is the second of three parts from an interview Steve had with Fernando Clavijo. Here he talks about theclub's biggest needs and status of current FCD players. Part 1covered FC Dallas' view of the MLS Superdraft. Coming up, a discussion about Homegrowns and FCD's place in the room when the recent big MLS signings where going down.

Clavijo: We Have to Make a Decision on Moises Hernandez

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One of the bigger questions facing FC Dallas this off-season is what they will do at left back. The club has an option on the contract of Jair Benitez, who has started there pretty much since joining FCD in July 2009. However, Benitez is 34 and turns 35 in January and the thought is that Dallas might want to at least attempt to get younger at that position.

A quick visit up with Moises Hernandez

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It's now been just over a year since Moises Hernandez headed out on loan from FC Dallas.

The Dallas native and FCD Homegrown player went to CSD Comunicaciones of Guatemala early last June and stayed there through the end of 2012. And when his coach in Guatemala, Ronald Gonzalez, accepted a position as an assistant coach with Saprissa of Costa Rica, he wanted to take the young left back with him.

FC Dallas has several candidates to go out on loan this summer

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Now that the calendar has turned to June, it's time to talk loans. It was just over one year ago that Moises Hernandez headed to CSD Comunicaciones of Guatemala on loan and after a successful stint in the homeland of former FC Dallas striker Carlos Ruiz, Hernandez's coach there took a job with Saprissa of Costa Rica and wanted to bring the Homegrown defender with him.

According to Dan Hunt, FCD will seek versatility in July window

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According to Dan Hunt, Vice President of Hunt Sports Group, who is currently acting as FC Dallas President, the club will indeed be active in the upcoming summer transfer window. FCD technical director Fernando Clavijo has previously stated that the club will be looking to add someone who can provide some depth in the central midfield, but Hunt took that statement one step further by adding that the club would like to bring in someone who can play all over the midfield, not just at the holding spot behind current starter Michel.

Schellas Hyndman: Moises Hernandez model of what academy should be

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Now that the first part of his season with Saprissa of the Costa Rican first division is over, FC Dallas had a familiar face visiting practice on Friday at FC Dallas Stadium in Homegrown defender Moises Hernandez.

The Dallas native had been on loan to Saprissa since the start of 2013 after being on loan to Comunicaciones of the Guatemalan top flight in 2012.

Fernando Clavijo: Move to Costa Rica Would Be Incredible Opportunity for Moises Hernandez

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One story that hasn't been discussed in a bit is how homegrown defender Moises Hernandez, who has been on loan to CSD Comunicaciones of the Guatemalan first division since June fared in his time in Central America. Well, apparently his time there went quite well as now it appears Hernandez is set to head out on another loan, this time to Saprissa of Costa Rica's top flight.

Catching up with Moises Hernandez

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FC Dallas homegrown defender Moises Hernandez, who has been on loan to Guatemalan first-division side CSD Comunicaciones since mid-July was recently back in town for a few days. The Guatemalan league was on a break and it also happened to be his dad's birthday. No matter why he was back, here's what he had to say about his experience in Central America thus far.

FC Dallas Seeking More Opportunities for Loans with Clubs like Comunicaciones

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It wasn't all that long ago that FC Dallas had partnerships with clubs like Clube Atletico Paranaense (CAP) of Brazil and Tigres UANL of Mexico's first division. Both of those arrangements took place under former club GM Michael Hitchcock and other that doing part of preseason training one year at CAP and playing both sides in a home-and-home series for several years, but there wasn't a great deal of player exchange between the two clubs.

Catching Up with Fernando Clavijo: Oct. 4, 2012 Edition

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FC Dallas technical director Fernando Clavijo recently returned from a trip to Argentina to look at players and has trips to Colombia and Europe on tap for the near future. Here's the FCD TD addressing several personnel-related subjects after training on Thursday:

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Fernando Clavijo: We’re Looking at Other Opportunities for our Younger Players

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FC Dallas has already loaned out two homegrown players in 2012. Defender Moises Hernandez was sent to Guatemalan first division side CD Comunicaciones earlier this summer and more recently, forward Ruben Luna was loaned to San Antonio Scorpions SC, an NASL club that is being run by former FCD general manager Michael Hitchcock and a side featuring several former Dallas players in Jeff Cunningham and Aaron Pitchkolan.

Moises Hernandez Loan to Guatemalan Side Producing Desired Results Says Hyndman

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Homegrown defender Moises Hernandez has been on loan to CSD Comunicaciones of Guatemala since June 20. FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman was asked this week how the 20-year-old Dallas native who was signed in July 10 is faring down in Central America.

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FC Dallas signs Acosta, record-tying seventh Homegrown Player

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FC Dallas' academy has produced yet another first-team player.

FCD signed U.S. Under-18 midfielder Kellyn Acosta as its seventh Homegrown Player, matching Toronto FC for the most in the league since the inception of the rule.Â

Acosta, previously a member of the U.

Moises Hernandez Loan May Be Done Deal

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There's been no official announcement from FC Dallas yet, but a Guatemala reporter tweeted today that Moises Hernandez' loan deal to Comunicaciones is done. Ordinarily I might not take this kind of thing as hard fact if Moises himself hadn't re-tweeted it.

FC Dallas Set To Loan A Home Grown

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Moises Hernandez (center) is set to get a loan. (US PRESSWIRE)

The Home Grown Player system in Major League Soccer has some good things and some bad things. One of the bad things is getting these young players proper playing time. The Reserve league fills this need some but not nearly enough to be fully beneficial to all clubs.

MLS Notes: FCD's Hernandez sent on loan, Impact's Italians hurt and more

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Moises Hernandez will take the road less traveled when it comes to MLS Homegrown Players.Â

Hernandez, an FC Dallas Homegrown Player and U.S. Under-20 defender, was loaned to Guatemalan club Comunicaciones for the 2012-13 season according to the club's official website. The move gives Hernandez a chance to earn playing time for one of Central America's top clubs, and a place that currently employs former Chivas USA defender Michael Umana in addition to a host of Guatemalan national team players.

Guatemalan Club Has Contacted FC Dallas about Moises Hernandez

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On Friday morning, FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman confirmed that Guatemalan side Comunicaciones has indeed inquired about homegrown defender Moises Hernandez but added that there was really nothing additional to report about the situation. "Yeah, we've had some discussions. One of the things that we always look for is opportunities for our players to get [.

Rongen Finalizes U-20 Roster

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U.S. Under-20 head coach Thomas Rongen has finalized his 20-player roster for the fast-approaching CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Guatemala.


Forward Bobby Wood set to travel to Guatemala City


The group includes 16 professional - eight from MLS and eight from leagues in other countries - and four college players.

Lletget, Gyau, Salgado highlight U.S. Under-20 World Cup qualifying roster

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Thomas Rongen has selected the 20 players for the United States Under-20 World Cup qualifying campaign that gets underway later this month.

Eight MLS players and 16 professionals in total highlight the roster, which includes the likes of Sebastian Lletget, Joseph Gyau, Conor Doyle and Omar Salgado but does not include Bayern Munich youth product Fabian Huerzeler.

2011 MLS Season Previews: Home Grown Player Watch

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Ruben Luna continues to impress in preseason play. (photo via FC Dallas)

As Major League Soccer grows, so does their academies. We've seen some solid early returns out of the various academies so far with the likes of D.C. United's Andy Najar, New York's Juan Agudelo, and even guys like FC Dallas's Ruben Luna.

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MLS Playoffs Kickoff GameThread: New York Red Bulls At FC Dallas

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The 2011 MLS Playoffs kickoff at 9 pm tonight on Fox Soccer Channel, as the New York Red Bulls head to Texas to take on recently slumping FC Dallas in the first Wild Card round game of the playoffs.

The winner affects the Philadelphia Union's start time on Sunday afternoon, along with the playoff match ups after the Wild Card round.

Fantasy MLS: Week 3

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The first full week of action is in the books, and some of the heavy hitters have left us a little disappointed.

Last season's fantasy darlings David Ferreira, Chris Wondolowski, Landon Donovan, Steve Zakuani, Fredy Montero and Alvaro Saborio have a combined -4 points, with Donovan, Zakuani and Montero each already playing two games.

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Sneaking a Peek Between Classes

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The U.S. team will be the talk of the lunch room for weeks

Today's training session happened to fall during lunch hour at the school where our training field was, so we had a record number of spectators this afternoon. The students at the school range in age from 5-18, and they seem to have all been out today to check out the U.

Rowe nets brace as U.S. U-20s defeat Panama

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The U.S. U-20 men's national team topped Group B in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying on Satuday night, defeating Panama, 2-0, on a Kelyn Rowe brace.

Rowe scored both of his goals in the game's opening 18 minutes, finishing assists from Greg Garza and Sebastian Lletget.

U.S. U-20s open World Cup qualifying with rout of Suriname

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By FRANCO PANIZO

While the U.S. men's national team was attempting to find a way to crack Paraguay's defense in Nashville, the Under-20 national team was busy pummeling Suriname's in its World Cup qualifying opener in Guatemala City.

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Honduran forward Diego Reyes visits D.C. United game, speculation exercise abounds

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Let's overanalyze a tweet, shall we?

Chris Megaloudis, agent to players like former D.C. United (and current Anderlecht) star Andy Najar, tweeted out that Honduras forward Diego Reyes was at the Black-and-Red's game Wednesday night:

Diego Reyes - miembro de la seleccion de honduras.

Hernandez loaned to Saprissa

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After spending most of 2012 on loan from FC Dallas to Comunicaciones in Guatemala, former US U-20 left back Moises Hernandez is now heading on another loan to Deportivo Saprissa of Costa Rica.

On Building an American Identity

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GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala A weathered, eight-lane track rings the field at Estadio Mateo Flores, site of the 2011 CONCACAF U20 Championship. Far from the pitch, on a narrow strip of real estate between lane eight and the near-empty stands, six young Americans juggle a single Nike ball. As I observe from the press box that doubles as a VIP area and triples as general admission seating, United States substitutes Cody Cropper, Eder Arreola, Moises Hernandez, Omar Salgado, Sacir Hot, and Sebastien Ibeagha stay loose.

This Week's Academy News and Peak Performers ...

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U-15/16 Performer of the Week: Diego Fagundez – Midfielder, New England Revolution
Midfielder Fagundez has been influential in leading the Revolution to an early second-place standing in the Northeast Division. He has scored 11 goals this season in 11 Academy games played, including two with the U-17/18 team, while also participating in New England Revolution reserve games.