Bear with me for a minute here, but I think the Diallo injury could end up being a good thing. Without Diallo available, OZ will have no choice than to put Clint up top with Faria, slotting Williams in as A-Mid (where he belongs). With Diallo on the IR, his starting slot likely reverts to Brad Davis, who should have been starting (over Faria) in the first place. We still might have a problem with the right mid situation, but if Ramos is back, as is rumored, OZ will have to choose between sitting one of Moore and Paule, or sitting one of the defenders to go with a 3-man backline. Either way is better than the no-winger formation we've been playing. Finally, something specific to the Dallas game, with Ziadie suspended, we may see a backline of Akwari Petke Addo Jolley, which is probably our best combo in a four man backline. Looking at all of this, Diallo's injury, and the timing of it (right before Ramos is due back) may end up being something that does more to help the team than hurt it. JMac PS: To stop the criticism before it starts, yes I do realize we'd be dead F*!@in last without Diallo, and I do think he's a great player, but this team has a ton of great players and OZ screws it all up anyway. If an injury to Diallo is what it takes for OZ to re-work the line-up, then I hope Diallo's a slow healer.