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March 7, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
Sunday at 3 p.m., Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas Last year's records: Union, 10-17-7, ninth in the Eastern Conference; Dallas, 18-10-6, first in the Western Conference. TV: TCN. Coaches: Union, Jim Curtin, third season, 17-22-13; FC Dallas, Oscar Pareja, third season with Dallas, 34-22-12, overall, 59-52-25. Last year: The Union lost, 2-0, to FC Dallas on March 21 at Talen Energy Stadium. About the Union: Two midfielders unlikely to play are Maurice Edu (stress reaction)
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June 29, 2013
Saturday at 5:30 p.m., PPL Park Records: FC Dallas, 8-3-5, 29 points; Union, 7-5-4, 25 points. TV: NBC Sports Network Dallas on the road: 1-3-3; Union at home: 4-2-2. Goals for: Dallas, 25; Union, 25. Goals against: Dallas, 20; Union, 24. Last MLS outings: On Saturday Dallas played visiting Sporting Kansas City to a 2-2 draw. The Union defeated the New York Red Bulls, 3-0, Sunday at PPL Park. About Dallas: On Wednesday Dallas lost to visiting Portland, 3-2, in a U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal game.
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May 12, 2011 | Associated Press
FRISCO, Texas - Daniel Hernandez scored for the first time since the 2002 playoffs, converting a penalty kick in first-half injury time in FC Dallas' 1-0 victory over Toronto FC on Wednesday night. Hernandez, Dallas' captain, has five goals in 155 regular-season games in his 13-year MLS career. Dallas improved to 4-3-2 and extended its unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1). The club has rallied since 2010 league MVP David Ferreira broke his right ankle in Vancouver on April 23. The Union visit FC Dallas on Saturday night.
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August 7, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
FRISCO, Texas - Youri Djorkaeff scored two second-half goals last night to rally the MetroStars to a 2-2 tie with FC Dallas in the first game played at Pizza Hut Park. Djorkaeff's goals wiped out a 2-0 halftime deficit and enabled the MetroStars to improve to 7-6-8. Dallas, winless in its last five games, is 10-5-5. Djorkaeff tied the score in the 53d minute in front of a sellout crowd of 16,750. He had also scored in the 47th minute. Carlos Ruiz scored twice for Dallas, once on a bicycle kick, giving him nine goals for the season.
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August 14, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
FRISCO, Texas - Shalrie Joseph scored the tiebreaking goal in the 80th minute as the New England Revolution beat FC Dallas, 2-1, last night. Andy Dorman crossed a short pass to Joseph, who dribbled between two defenders and scored from 25 yards out to help the Revs (12-4-6) remain in first place in the Eastern Division and extend Dallas' winless streak to six games. Carlos Ruiz had tied the score at 1 for Dallas (10-6-5) in the 58th minute, picking up his 10th goal of the season.
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February 19, 2011 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Union traded midfielder Andrew Jacobson on Friday to FC Dallas for Dallas' second-round pick in the 2013 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. Terms of the trade were not disclosed. The Union had acquired Jacobson in the 2009 expansion draft from D.C. United. The midfielder started in the Union's first-ever match at Seattle Sounders FC on March 25, 2010. He started 13 of 25 games with the Union, logging 1,294 minutes. The club also announced seven changes its 2011 regular-season schedule to accommodate MLS television-rights agreements with Fox Soccer Channel and TSN. The league and the network said Friday that FSC will televise up to 31 regular-season games and three playoff games, including a conference final.
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April 18, 2010 | The Inquirer Staff
Juan Pablo Angel scored two goals, the second on a penalty kick in the final minute of regulation, to give the New York Red Bulls a 2-1 win over FC Dallas at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J., on Saturday. The Red Bulls remained unbeaten in their new $200 million home. The team has won two in MLS action, while also taking an international friendly from Brazilian club Santos. New York next faces the visiting Union at 4 p.m. Saturday. Dynamo domination. Geoff Cameron, Lovel Palmer, and Dominic Oduro scored goals and the Houston Dynamo shut out Chivas USA, 3-0, at Robertson Stadium in Houston.
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March 8, 2016 | By Andy Friedlander, For The Inquirer
FRISCO, Texas - Keegan Rosenberry will long remember his professional soccer debut. He'd probably like to forget it. The Union defender and No. 3 overall choice in the 2016 MLS draft was helpless against the speed of FC Dallas' attack in his team's season-opening 2-0 loss Sunday at Toyota Stadium, finding himself a step behind - often more than one - throughout the afternoon. Not that he was alone. The Union defense, which also included newcomers Anderson Conceicao and Ken Tribbett, was outrun and thoroughly overmatched by swift Dallas attackers Fabian Castillo, Michael Barrios, and Mauro Diaz as the visitors allowed 18 Dallas shots, 10 on goal.
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April 3, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, Staff Writer
Union at Chicago Fire Saturday, 5 p.m., Toyota Park, Bridgeville, Ill.   Records: Revolution Union, 2-1; Fire, 0-1-2. Coaches: Union, Jim Curtin, 3rd season, 19-23-13; Chicago, Veljko Paunovic, 1st season, 0-2-1. TV: The Comcast Network. Most recent game: The Union beat New England, 3-0, in their home opener on March 20. Chicago played visiting Columbus to a scoreless draw on March 19. Union on the road: 1-1. Fire at home: 0-1-1.
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March 13, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, Staff Writer
Union defender Keegan Rosenberry couldn't have had a much more difficult introduction to his Major League Soccer career. Selected No. 3 overall in the MLS SuperDraft out of Georgetown, Rosenberry earned the start at right back and played the entire 90 minutes Sunday in a 2-0 loss at FC Dallas. The 22-year-old rookie had to attempt to keep Fabian Castillo in check, an ambitious task against one of the fastest and most dangerous offensive players in the league. Castillo scored the first goal and applied plenty of heat on the Union, taking five shots, three on goal.
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March 8, 2016
FRISCO, Texas - Keegan Rosenberry will long remember his professional soccer debut. He'd probably like to forget it. The Union defender and No. 3 overall choice in the 2016 MLS draft was helpless against the speed of FC Dallas' attack in his team's season-opening, 2-0 loss Sunday at Toyota Stadium. Rosenberry found himself a step behind - often more than one - throughout the afternoon. Not that he was alone. The Union defense, which also includes newcomers Anderson Conceicao and Ken Tribbett, was outrun and thoroughly overmatched by swift Dallas attackers Fabian Castillo, Michael Barrios and Mauro Diaz as the visitors allowed 18 Dallas shots, 10 of them on goal.
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March 8, 2016 | By Andy Friedlander, For The Inquirer
FRISCO, Texas - Keegan Rosenberry will long remember his professional soccer debut. He'd probably like to forget it. The Union defender and No. 3 overall choice in the 2016 MLS draft was helpless against the speed of FC Dallas' attack in his team's season-opening 2-0 loss Sunday at Toyota Stadium, finding himself a step behind - often more than one - throughout the afternoon. Not that he was alone. The Union defense, which also included newcomers Anderson Conceicao and Ken Tribbett, was outrun and thoroughly overmatched by swift Dallas attackers Fabian Castillo, Michael Barrios, and Mauro Diaz as the visitors allowed 18 Dallas shots, 10 on goal.
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March 7, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
Sunday at 3 p.m., Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas Last year's records: Union, 10-17-7, ninth in the Eastern Conference; Dallas, 18-10-6, first in the Western Conference. TV: TCN. Coaches: Union, Jim Curtin, third season, 17-22-13; FC Dallas, Oscar Pareja, third season with Dallas, 34-22-12, overall, 59-52-25. Last year: The Union lost, 2-0, to FC Dallas on March 21 at Talen Energy Stadium. About the Union: Two midfielders unlikely to play are Maurice Edu (stress reaction)
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March 5, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, Staff Writer
In going 10-17-7 last season, the Union allowed 55 goals and had a minus-13 goal differential. A defensive improvement was the top offseason priority. That is why it seemed curious that one of the team's biggest changes will be moving arguably its top defender last year to midfield. Coach Jim Curtin has moved Maurice Edu, a defensive quarterback, from center back and returned him to the midfield. Even without Edu, who is injured with a stress reaction in his leg, in the back line, Curtin is confident that the unit will be improved.
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March 3, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, Staff Writer
It's likely that when the Union open their seventh Major League Soccer season Sunday at FC Dallas, they will be without two key midfielders. The ailing Maurice Edu has yet to practice with the team, and Tranquillo Barnetta didn't participate in Tuesday's double session workout, the first since the Union returned on Sunday from preseason camp in Florida. Edu had sports hernia surgery in October, but Union coach Jim Curtin said that isn't what has kept him out. According to Curtin, Edu is battling a stress reaction in his leg. "Nothing is broken or anything bad like that, but before he is cleared to physically train with us, he has to have it fully healed," Curtin said.
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February 29, 2016
Lindsey Vonn suffered a minor fracture in her left knee Saturday during a World Cup super-G crash in El Tarter, Andorra, but didn't rule out her start in a combined event the next day. "Got caught in the soft snow today and crashed pretty hard," Vonn wrote on Facebook. "I will wait and see how I feel tomorrow to decide if I can race. " Vonn appeared on the start list for the super-G portion of Sunday's combined event, released by the International Ski Federation. Chasing her fifth title, Vonn was leading the overall World Cup standings going into the race, 23 points ahead of Lara Gut . SOCCER The Union capped their 2016 preseason by beating Toronto FC, 1-0, on Saturday, finishing play at the Suncoast Invitational tournament in St. Petersberg, Fla. C.J. Sapong scored the game-winning goal in the 60th minute after intercepting a bad pass from the Toronto defense.
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February 25, 2016
UNION DESIGNATED player Maurice Edu has yet to practice with the team following sports hernia surgery, and his availability for the March 6 Major League Soccer opener at FC Dallas is in doubt. "The fact that he hasn't been on the field, you can read into what you want," coach Jim Curtin said on Tuesday in a conference call. "It would be tough" for him to play against Dallas. The Union also signed two players on Tuesday, defender Ken Tribbett and midfielder Cole Missimo. During the preseason, Tribbett, 23, has made a big impression on the Union as a center back.
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