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MLS: All the Decision Day talking points 
FC Dallas is two-thirds the way toward the first treble in MLS history ... Seattle made the playoffs after being ...
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MLS: All the Decision Day talking points
by Paul Kennedy on Monday, Oct 24, 2016 7:00 AM EDT
Photo FC Dallas is two-thirds the way toward the first treble in MLS history ... Seattle made the playoffs after being 10 points below the red line at the MLS All-Star break ... Portland became just the third MLS Cup champion that failed to make the playoffs the next season ... Bradley Wright-Phillips won his second Golden Boot, while rookie Keegan Rosenberry achieved a rare iron-man mark.  
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"This gesture, at 1-0, OK. Not at 4-0. It is a humiliation." -- Jose Mourinho, caught on a television microphone, ...
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The Mauro Diaz tragedy: MLS at fault
So we've seen the last of Mauro Diaz for this season. He will not be part of the Dallas bid for the MLS title. A serious injury -- ruptured Achilles apparently -- will keep him sidelined for months.

"This gesture, at 1-0, OK. Not at 4-0. It is a humiliation."

-- Jose Mourinho, caught on a television microphone, rebuking Chelsea manager Antonio Conte in their post-game exchange for urging the Stamford Bridge fans on to cheer with the score 4-0 for the Blues in Mourinho's long-awaited homecoming with Manchester United. (New York Times)