2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 12th in Major League Soccer
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38dJeff Carlisle

MacMath, Urruti traded amid half-day MLS window

Zac MacMath, Maxi Urruti and Tesho Akindele were among the notable names swapping teams in Major League Soccer's half-day trade window on Sunday.

Bayern-Dallas partnership already bearing fruit - Via Bayern (3:50)
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58dESPN

FC Dallas, Pareja part ways amid Tijuana links

Sources told ESPN Mexico that Pareja has agreed to to take over at Tijuana, who have lanquished for most of the season in Mexico's top division.

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76dReuters

Ten-man Timbers outlast FC Dallas to advance

Diego Valeri scored twice as the 10-man Portland Timbers advanced in the Major League Soccer playoffs by defeating FC Dallas 2-1 on Wednesday night.

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101dReuters

Dallas outlasts Orlando City, weather for win

Santiago Mosquera and Victor Ulloa scored goals six minutes apart midway through the second half to push FC Dallas to a 2-0 win over Orlando City.

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108dReuters

FC Dallas clinches playoffs berth with draw

Western Conference leaders FC Dallas secured their place in the MLS Cup playoffs with their 0-0 draw against the host Portland Timbers.

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113dESPN

Pareja on U.S. job: 'I have not met with anyone'

Asked if he would be interested in coaching the U.S. team, FC Dallas' Oscar Pareja said: "Yes, I think it is something any coach would aspire to."

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113dJeff Carlisle

No meeting between USSF and Pareja - source

A reported meeting between the USSF and FC Dallas manager Oscar Pareja did not take place, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

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San Jose 4-3 FC Dallas: Wondolowski inches closer - Via MLS (2:17)
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139dReuters

Last-place Quakes complete sweep of FC Dallas

Chris Wondolowski's goal gave San Jose the lead for good, and the last-place Earthquakes posted an improbable 4-3 win over West leaders FC Dallas.