FC Dallas picks six players in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft
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by Mahonri Mendoza
2y ago
FRISCO, Tx – FC Dallas picked a total of six players in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft to increase the squad depth for this upcoming 2022 season set to begin January 17, when the team will start their preseason. In the first round, Dallas picked Isaiah Parker at no. 3, Lucas Barlett, and at No. 28, Tsiki Ntsabeleng.  In the third round, FCD picked Alec Smir at no. 62 and Chase Niece at no. 66. FC Dallas picked Holland Rula in the Fourth Round of the 2022 MLS SuperDraft. “I’m happy with the picks that we got and the players that we have for this year,” FC Dallas Head Coach Nico Estévez said Tuesd ..read more
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FC Dallas star Ricardo Pepi joins German club FC Augsburg
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by Mahonri Mendoza
2y ago
FRISCO, Tx – FC Dallas announced the transfer of Ricardo Pepi, 18, to German Bundesliga side FC Augsburg on Monday morning, the German club confirmed. The move has been reported to be around the $20 million plus add-ons, making it a club-record fee. The 18-year-old signed a contract until June of 2026 with the option of an additional year, the club confirmed. “An opportunity like this is something I have worked my entire life to accomplish,” Pepi said to FC Dallas staff. “This is truly a dream realized. I understand that I have to keep pushing, training and growing. I am grateful to the FC Dal ..read more
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FC Dallas introduces new head coach Nico Estévez
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by Mahonri Mendoza
2y ago
FRISCO, Texas (Dec. 3, 2021) – FC Dallas introduced Nico Estévez Friday afternoon as their new head coach in the National Soccer Hall of Fame at Toyota Stadium. Estévez comes as an assistant coach on Gregg Berhalter’s United States Men’s National Team staff. Estévez mentioned how it was the right opportunity to take a coaching job in his career.  “I liked how FCD worked with their academy,” said Estévez. “It is something that stood out to me.” “Nico’s familiarity with our player pool and understanding of our roster are huge assets,” said owner Clark Hunt. “He understands how to have succe ..read more
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PHOTOS: FC Dallas Vs. Real Salt Lake (OCT. 27, 2020)
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by Mollie Mayfield
2y ago
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FC Dallas is out of the playoff race, what’s next?
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by Mahonri Mendoza
2y ago
FRISCO, Texas – FC Dallas is officially out of the playoff race after losing Wednesday night 3-2 against LAFC. The question that now comes to mind is, what’s next for the North Texas side? FC Dallas (6-14-10) still has four games to play this season. The team will travel Saturday, Oct. 23, to Carson, CA, to face LA Galaxy. The team will then play Wednesday, Oct. 27, Real Salt Lake in Frisco. The team will play their last game at home on Saturday, Oct. 30, against Texan rival Austin FC. The season will conclude with the team traveling to Kansas, MO, to play Sporting Kansas City on Sunday, Nov ..read more
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No room for mistakes as FC Dallas hopes to make the postseason
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by Mahonri Mendoza
2y ago
FRISCO, Texas– FC Dallas (6-13-10) hosts LAFC (10-12-7) Wednesday night in search of three crucial points to keep their playoff hopes alive. With Texan rivals Austin FC (7-18-4) and Houston Dynamo (6-12-12) already eliminated from the playoffs, FC Dallas remains the sole Texan survivor. FCD must win to keep those hopes alive, along with several combinations of results from teams seeded higher than them. FC Dallas, currently placed 12th in the Western Conference, has only accumulated 28 points this season. One positive thing to note is that against LAFC at home, FCD has been able to pick up fou ..read more
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National Soccer Hall of Fame inducts the 2020 and 2021 Classes
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by Mahonri Mendoza
3y ago
FRISCO, TEXAS- Toyota Stadium hosted the 2021 Hall of Fame Ceremony on Saturday afternoon, which featured two of the 2020 inductees and three new 2021 Hall of Fame inductees. The National Soccer Hall of Fame celebrated the class of 2020 and 2021 featuring Andres Cantor, Carlos Bocanegra, Kevin Payne, Jaime Moreno, and Steve Cherundolo. Pictured from left to right Jaime Moreno, Steve Cherundolo, Carlos Bocanegra, Kevin Payne, and Andres Cantor. Photo by National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2020 Inductees Known for his iconic and unforgettable “GOOOOOOOL!” call, Andres Cantor received the 202 ..read more
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FC Dallas interim head coach Marco Ferruzzi prepares for his first match
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by Mahonri Mendoza
3y ago
FRISCO, Texas- Just after being released as head coach of FC Dallas on Sunday, Sept. 19th, Luchi Gonzalez made way for the new interim head coach, Marco Ferruzzi. Marco Ferruzzi has a challenging task while FCD President Dan Hunt and Technical Director Andre Zanotta look for the new head coach. “We made the tough decision to part ways with Luchi after a great deal of thought and deliberation. We believe a coaching change is in the best interest of the club at this time to help us achieve our goals,” said FC Dallas President Dan Hunt to FC Dallas staff. “I want to thank Luchi for ever ..read more
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FCD’s Ricardo Pepi earns first USMNT call-up ahead of World Cup qualifying matches
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by Mahonri Mendoza
3y ago
Frisco, Tx- FC Dallas player Ricardo Pepi, 18, earned his first United States Men’s National Team call-up for the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifier games in September. Coming off after his game-winning penalty Wednesday night’s MLS All-Star game against the Liga MX All-Stars celebrated at the Banc of California Stadium, Ricardo Pepi received the well-deserved call-up from Gregg Berhalter for the upcoming USMNT games. 18-YEAR-OLD RICARDO PEPI FOR THE WIN #MLSAllStar Game pres. by @Target pic.twitter.com/iAeES7qAyU — Major League Soccer (@MLS) August 26, 2021 “This country has given my family ..read more
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Three takeaways from the USMNT Gold Cup Victory
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by Mahonri Mendoza
3y ago
Las Vegas, NV- The USMNT faced off against Mexico in an exciting Gold Cup Final, where the USMNT came out triumphant. More than 60 thousand fans witnessed this great game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. With highs and lows throughout the match, some controversy set up the scene for a fantastic final in Las Vegas. Both teams fought out until the end, but the USMNT came out triumphant over their long-time rivals.  Game Action The match had countless opportunities for both teams to score the opening goal. Both Mexico and the US had clear-cut chances to get ahead of the scoring. Their goal ..read more
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