Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear discusses Sunday's Texas Derby in the latest edition of Xs and Os. Hear Kinnear's thoughts on Dallas forward Blas Perez, the current state of his squad and Houston's traveling support.
There are many things you know about ESPN analyst and former U.S. men's national team defender Alexi Lalas. There are also many things you don't about the man.
Well in case you missed it, everything and more was covered in Lalas' interview today with Dave Tepper and Jerome Solomon on ESPN 97.5 FM. The men discussed the state of the USMNT, Sunday's Dynamo match, Lalas' music ability and his time working for AEG. And if the Houston Texans don't sign Ed Reed, it won't be for lack of trying on the part of Lalas.
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Props to the folks at FC Dallas as well as professional soccer ball kicker Stephen Keel. If Keel's career as a professional soccer ball kicker does not work out, I fully expect to see him hosting infomercials as I'm flipping through the channels at 1 a.m.
But unlike most infomercials that are selling "fully functional" products, we regret to inform Dallas that their 4-4-2 Orange Obliteration System just isn't getting the job done. Check out what happened when Dynamo Diesel attempted to make himself a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice.