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MLS concussion protocol in focus after pair of weekend incidents

Matt Hedges describes the feeling of playing with a cut right above his eye in Dallas' draw with NYCFC.

A pair of on-field incidents over the weekend brought the topic of MLS's evolving concussion protocol into focus for the league.

FC Dallas players Matt Hedges and Kellyn Acosta knocked heads during a match against New York City FC on Sunday, a collision so intense that Hedges required six stitches at half-time and had to change his jersey because of the blood.

Yet some viewers questioned whether either player was sufficiently checked for a concussion.

"I didn't know I was bleeding until everyone...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FC Dallas loans out injured DP Anibal Chala before debut in MLS

FC Dallas have loaned Anibal Chala to LDU Quito for the remainder in 2017, hoping to have him healthy and ready for 2018.
Walker Zimmerman talks about FC Dallas' unbeaten start in MLS and what to expect against NYCFC's potent attack.
Oscar Pareja breaks down the challenges FC Dallas face when they host New York City FC at the weekend.

FC Dallas loaned out one of its new designated players on Friday, before Anibal Chala ever played a game for the MLS club.

Chala joined Dallas as a young DP from Ecuador's Nacional in December, but the 21-year-old has yet to debut after suffering a sports hernia injury in the preseason.

And Dallas has now put off the defender's first MLS appearance until 2018 by loaning him back to another Ecuador club, LDU Quito, for the rest of the season.

"We're disappointed," FC Dallas technical director Fernando...

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Toronto FC wins in Seattle; CJ Sapong ends Union's long wait for victory

Greg Vanney's gamble to rest Sebastian Giovinco and other starters didn't backfire, as Toronto earned a win at Seattle.

Jozy Altidore scored from the penalty spot and Toronto FC won 1-0 at the Seattle Sounders on Saturday in a rematch of last year's MLS Cup final.

The United States striker drew the penalty himself when he was bundled into from behind by Roman Torres and made no mistake from the spot for his sixth goal of the season.

Altidore was the main threat in the first half as he also put a cross-goal shot just inches wide of the post, then was denied by a fine save by Stefan Frei in a play reminiscent...