Tune in tonight from 7-9 p.m. for a new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College, on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM.
Dynamo broadcaster Glenn Davis will speak with several gusts, including: Dynamo midfielder Ricardo Clark, forward Will Bruin, midfielder/forward Rob Lovejoy and head coach Owen Coyle. Glenn will discuss the club's unbeaten preseason trip to Tucson, including Tuesday's 1-0 win over Vancouver.
The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
Houston Dynamo forward Erick "Cubo" Torres was introduced to hundreds of Dynamo supporters at an event on Sunday at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Mexico national team striker joined Glenn Davis on Soccer Matters on Monday to discuss his decision to sign with the Dynamo last December, his current stint with Chivas Guadalajara and his outlook on playing with El Tri at Copa America or the Gold Cup this summer. Catch the full interview below, courtesy of ESPN 97.5 FM.
Erick "Cubo" Torres with Glenn Davis
Catch highlights and hear from the Dynamo after they close out the Desert Friendlies with a 1-0 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps.
After 10-year Chicago Fire veteran left back Gonzalo Segares announced his retirement on Friday, Dynamo captain Brad Davis now has the longest-tenure with one club among active MLS players. (Thanks to Kurt Austin with Sporting Kansas City for alerting us to this note.)
Davis, 33, is entering his tenth season with the Dynamo after following the club from San Jose in December 2005. His nine years of service with the Dynamo eclipse teammate Corey Ashe (eight years) and the veteran Real Salt Lake trio of Nick Rimando, Kyle Beckerman and Javier Morales (eight years each).
Davis is entering his 14th season overall in MLS and with 112 assists is tied for fourth on the league’s all-time assist list. Davis is also ninth on the all-time games list, with 338 regular-season appearances, and could climb as high as fifth this season.
Below is the list of active MLS players with the longest tenure with one club.
|PLAYER||CLUB||CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH CLUB (through 2014)||AGE|
|Nick Rimando||Real Salt Lake||8||35|
|Kyle Beckerman||Real Salt Lake||8||32|
|Javier Morales||Real Salt Lake||8||35|
The Dynamo open the 2015 season on Saturday, March 7 versus Columbus Crew SC at BBVA Compass Stadium. Five-game plans start at $99 and are available here, or by calling 713-276-GOAL.
Watch as the Dynamo introduce Cubo Torres for the first time in Houston at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Dynamo TV brings you highlights and interviews from Saturday night's 1-1 draw with the Portland Timbers in Tucson.
Dynamo TV comes to you once again from Tucson, as Boniek García returns to camp after wearing the captain's armband for Honduras. Plus, the guys head to the pool for a post-training workout.
The Dynamo put in more work to recover from Wednesday's 3-2 win over San Jose. Dynamo TV talks with Paul Caffrey, director of sports science, as well as Brad Davis and Kofi Sarkodie to see what they're doing to stay in peak condition.
AUDIO: Listen to interviews with David Horst, Owen Coyle, Chris Canetti, Zach Steinberger & Oumar Ballo
Wednesday's episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College, featured interviews with several Dynamo personalities. Dynamo broadcaster and host Glenn Davis spoke with head coach Owen Coyle and David Horst live from Tucson and caught up with Dynamo draft picks Zach Steinberger and Oumar Ballo. Davis also spoke to club president Chris Canetti about the state of the club entering the 2105 season. Courtesy of Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM, enjoy the interviews below. Dynamo All-Access airs weekly (usually Wednesday or Thursday) from 7-9 p.m. CT.
Zach Steinberger & Oumar Ballo
Go behind the scenes with Dynamo TV as Dynamo equipment manager Justin Andrews prepares for the team's first preseason trip of the new year to Tucson, Arizona.