Weekly update: The way to San Jose
FC DALLAS HEAD TO SAN JOSE THIS WEEKEND: FC Dallas will travel to San Jose to face the Earthquakes at Spartan Stadium this Saturday, May 14 at 9 p.m. (CST). The match will be the third and final game of three straight for the club on the road as the squad rallied for a 3-3 tie at Kansas City last Saturday. This will be the first of four matches between FC Dallas and San Jose this season with the other meetings coming on July 2 at the Cotton Bowl, Sept. 3 in Frisco and Sept. 24 in San Jose. The match will be televised on Fox Sports Net Southwest with Brad Sham on play-by-play and Dave Dir providing color analysis. It can also be heard on English Radio (KFCD - 990 AM) and on Spanish Radio (Radio AYO KZMP - 1540 AM).
Tuesday, May 10: 10 a.m. @ Blue Sky
Wednesday, May 11: 10 a.m. @ Blue Sky
Thursday, May 12: 10 a.m. @ Blue Sky
Friday, May 13: Travel and Train in San Jose
Saturday, May 14: Match: FC Dallas (3-1-2) @ San Jose (2-1-3) at 9 p.m. (CST)
* Schedule is subject to change.
FC DALLAS RALLIES FOR 3-3 TIE AT KANSAS CITY: Last Saturday night FC Dallas trailed Kansas City 3-1 heading into the 77th minute of play. Ronnie O'Brien and Carlos Ruiz then scored goals in the 77th and the 82nd minutes, respectively, to tie the match and give FC Dallas a point in the standings. It was the first time an MLS team has rallied from a two-goal deficit in the 77th minute or later to either tie or win the game since July 24, 2004. On that date, San Jose rallied from a 2-0 deficit to New England with two goals in extra time to tie the score. The last time it has happened in Dallas team history was when the squad trailed Chicago 2-0 on Sept. 8, 2001 and came roaring back with goals in the 86th and 91st minutes to tie the contest at 2-2.
RESERVES DOWN HISPANIC LEAGUE ALL-STARS FROM HOUSTON: While FC Dallas traveled to Kansas City for a 3-3 tie, the reserves were in Dallas hosting a group of Hispanic League All-Stars from Houston on Saturday. FC Dallas downed the All-Stars by an 8-0 final, getting goals from Mario Torres (2), Abe Thompson (2), Ty Maurin, Drew Moor, Philip Salyer and Peter Louis. Robert Mina played the full 90 minutes in the match after appearing in 33 minutes during a scrimmage with SMU and 14 minutes during his MLS debut on Apr. 30 at Los Angeles.
FC DALLAS WEEKLY: Please join us this week for the weekly FC Dallas Radio Show with Ray Canevari on KFCD 990 AM. "FC Dallas Weekly" airs every Thursday from 6-7 p.m. on KFCD. This week, Canevari is scheduled to have interviews with Head Coach Colin Clarke and FC Dallas midfielder Richard Mulrooney. Fans are encouraged to call-in during the Mulrooney segment at approximately 6:20 p.m. The call-in number is (972) 233-1697.