After closing out the regular season with a 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquake, the battered FC Dallas return to action after a week rest to face the Seattle Sounders in leg one of the Western Conference semi-finals. This is where things start to get really serious.
FC Dallas utility man, Ryan Hollingshead has proved to be a key cog of the FC Dallas wheel in 2015. Having started at five different positions this year, he has now finding a home at left back. He also found a positivity that was sometimes unmatched in the FC Dallas locker room, believing that the club still had a shot at the Supporters Shield, even in the summer when things looked to be getting derailed.
2015 was our first year to use the services of a professional photographer for FC Dallas home games. Now that the regular season is complete, we’d like to look back at the best photographs…to reminisce about the key moments, to laugh at awkward poses and expressions captured at 1/500 of a second, and marvel at the beauty of the sport and the sheer athleticism of the players. All photos taken by David Chaffin for Soccer Information Network.
With FC Dallas clinching the #1 seed in the Western Conference, the club has clinched a first round bye, something they could not avoid last year. Captain Matt Hedges more than welcomes the week rest […]
And with this, the best regular season in FC Dallas history comes to a close. 60 points, and a questionable penalty in Chicago the difference between Dallas being the Supporters Shield winners and it ultimately going to the New York Red Bulls.
The broad stroke view is pretty exciting, but also probably worth its own article. For now, let’s focus on the specific game that was yesterday and what takeaways we have in front of us, and there were a lot of really good ones.Continue reading →
The regular season finale was not necessarily a fantastic performance, but yet another solid performance against a good San Jose Earthquakes side who very well could have been in the playoffs. No one player stood […]