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Zac MacMath, Maxi Urruti among trades during half-day MLS window

Zac MacMath will leave the Colorado Rapids to join the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Zac MacMath, Maxi Urruti and Tesho Akindele were among the notable names swapping teams in Major League Soccer's half-day trade window on Sunday.

Following Saturday's MLS Cup final, teams are allowed to make trades with each other for one day only. Rosters have been frozen for the past three months, and after Sunday will open up again in January.

The Vancouver Whitecaps acquired Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Zac MacMath in exchange for midfielder Nicolas Mezquida and $100,000 in Targeted...

MLS' best goal celebrators reveal the secrets to a great celebration

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Alberth Elis' panther crawl celebration has become one of the best in MLS this season.

The genesis for a great goal celebration can come from anywhere. Just ask Alberth Elis. The bolt of inspiration for his panther crawl started with a video game. And it wasn't even his idea.

"During preseason, I was playing FIFA with some teammates," the Houston Dynamo forward told ESPN FC. "Someone scored a goal and did that celebration. Someone told me to do that in a game. I did it after my first MLS goal."

Maxi Urruti's trademark celebration, in which he pantomimes an archer, emerged from...

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Return of Mauro Diaz, improved defense have FC Dallas trending up

Mauro Diaz's return from injury should be a major boost to an FC Dallas team that has been up and down.

You're not paying attention to the reigning Supporters' Shield winner and U.S. Open Cup champion. While much of the focus in MLS right now is on the high-flying Chicago Fire and Toronto FC, or the individual exploits of New York City FC's David Villa and Atlanta United's Miguel Almiron, there sits 2015 and 2016 darling FC Dallas, a team that has yet to separate itself from the rest of the Western Conference and seems to be lacking the same pizazz, panache and sizzle that you grew to love in recent...

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Maximiliano Urruti's big role in Big D; Kaka's silence in Orlando rings loud

The 2017 MLS season is past its midpoint. Here's who stood out for the right and wrong reasons over the weekend.

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Down in Big D the likes of Mauro Diaz and Kellyn Acosta get most of the headlines, but Maximiliano Urruti's contribution has been massive for FC Dallas. The Argentine forward has 10 goals and three assists this season, including one of each in Saturday's 3-1 win over Toronto FC. What has made Urruti's play even more important is that it has offset Cristian Colman's scoring...

FC Dallas tops San Jose with Max Urruti bicycle kick

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Max Urruti's bicycle kick goal propelled FC Dallas to three points at San Jose, giving them a four-point cushion in the Western Conference.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Maximiliano Urruti scored on a bicycle kick early in the second half and FC Dallas beat the San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 on Friday night.

FC Dallas won its third straight game to remain atop the Western Conference. San Jose had its winless streak extended to seven games.

In the 51st minute, Michael Barrios ran down a chipped cross, played it in front of goal and after a failed clearance, Urruti put it into the net with an acrobatic finish.

Urruti ran on a through ball in the 19th...

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FC Dallas selects Maximiliano Urruti in MLS Re-Entry Draft

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Maximiliano Urruti, left, scored a crucial goal for Portland as they began their historic playoff run.

FC Dallas selected former Portland Timbers striker Maximiliano Urruti with the first pick of the MLS Re-Enty Draft on Friday.

A day earlier, FC Dallas had traded allocation money to the Chicago Fire to acquire the top pick.

Urruti scored 15 goals in 67 appearances over three seasons with the Timbers, mostly playing as a late-game substitute.

He was one of Portland's heroes in the club's MLS Cup run, scoring the equalizing goal in the 118th minute to force penalties in the knockout round.