FC Dallas are one of the only teams left without a head coach in Major League Soccer following Real Salt Lake and Montreal Impact picking up new managers. Their coaching search has also been one of the longest this off-season of any team, and several names have popped up and then popped back down.
The roulette appears to have turned back to the start, with Dallas now once again going after Rapids manager Oscar Pareja. According to an ESPN report, Pareja and Dallas are in talks; Fernando Clavijo said earlier this week that he was expecting the Dallas coaching search to be concluded soon.
For the same reasons as before, I'm not particularly convinced that it's going to happen unless FC Dallas is willing to part with a hell of a lot of money. If that happens, I assume that Wilmer Cabrera will be promoted to the head coaching position similarly to RSL's coaching move after Jason Kreis left.