By Rees Linn
FC Dallas landed in Toronto to begin preparations for Sunday’s 2010 MLS Cup Final. The team seems to be soaring after their 3-0 throttling of LA last week en route to earning their first ever Western conference crown, and today the team also learned of the official announcement that David Ferreira was named the 2010 MLS MVP.
It’s a team that seems to have won over nearly every skeptic, and in reality, there is little reason for anything other than optimism going into this weekend’s final. The team has already dispatched both of the 2009 MLS Cup finalists from this year’s playoffs. They were able to take care of Salt Lake, who many had penciled in as this year’s favorites, and they completely dismantled the star-studded LA Galaxy.
Despite having a good feeling about Dallas’s chances of winning their first MLS championship on Sunday, I have several concerns about this particular matchup.
First, Dallas is playing Colorado, and the history between these two clubs is not a pretty one from Dallas’s perspective. Most recently, Colorado has booted Dallas from the 2005 and 2006 MLS championship race..
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