FRISCO, Texas — Last Friday, FC Dallas’ Aaron Meyer (above, left) was in Guadalajara, Mexico with the FC Dallas U-18 Academy team winning a friendly against a youth side from Club Atlas. Meyer the flew back to Texas on Saturday so he could play in the first game of Dr Pepper Dallas Cup XXXIV for the U-16s at Richland College on Sunday.
Meyer’s return proved to be invaluable for the U-16s as the midfielder converted a penalty kick in the 1-0 victory over Ontario’s Mississauga Falcons.
“When we were in [Guadalajara] we played really good competition,” said Meyer. “We go to other countries and we see how they play. We kind of look up to [them] and try to adapt to their style. They play beautiful soccer and so that’s what we want to do here in the States.”
Unfortunately, on Sunday relentless winds and wet fields prevented that…
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