Tyler Deric's six saves made him the Man of the Match & helped the Dynamo secure a 1-0 victory over Crew SC on Opening Night.
Owen Coyle, Will Bruin and Jermaine Taylor preview the season opening match against Columbus Crew SC on March 7 at BBVA Compass Stadium in this week's Keys to the Game, presented by Kroger.
Wednesday's episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College, included interviews with several Dynamo players and coaches. Dynamo broadcaster and host Glenn Davis spoke with captain Brad Davis and midfielder Leonel Miranda as well as head coach Owen Coyle, goalkeeper coach Paul Rogers and VP/general manager Matt Jordan. Glenn and the guests discussed the end of preseason and looked ahead to Saturday's 2015 season opener against Columbus Crew SC.
Courtesy of Dynamo radio partner Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM, enjoy the interviews below. Dynamo All-Access airs weekly (usually Wednesday or Thursday) from 7-9 p.m. CT. The call-in number is 713-439-1560.
Dynamo TV takes you inside the launch of the team's new primary kit, which debuts on March 7 at BBVA Compass Stadium vs. Columbus Crew SC.
Tune in to Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM tonight from 7-9 p.m. for a new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College.
Dynamo broadcaster Glenn Davis will speak with several gusts, including: Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis, head coach Owen Coyle, goalkeeper coach Paul Rogers, general manager Matt Jordan and Columbus Crew SC broadcaster Dwight Burgess. Glenn and his guests will discuss Saturday's 2015 season opener between the Dynamo and Crew.
Dynamo All-Access is a weekly show covering the Dynamo and usually airs on Wednesday or Thursday. The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
An offseason of change for the Dynamo has brought about a new era in 2015.
AUDIO: Listen to interviews with Jermaine Taylor, Tyler Deric and Kofi Sarkodie after win over New York City FC
Timing was idea for Wednesday's episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College. The show aired soon after the Dynamo's 2-1 preseason win over New York City FC and included lengthy interviews with three starting players from the preseason win. Dynamo broadcaster and host Glenn Davis spoke with defenders Jermaine Taylor and Kofi Sarkodie and goalkeeper Tyler Deric. The Dynamo trio provide insight on the win and a palpable enthusiasm after facing the MLS expansion club. Courtesy of Dynamo radio partner Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM, enjoy the interviews below. Dynamo All-Access airs weekly (usually Wednesday or Thursday) from 7-9 p.m. CT.
Opening Night is Almost Here! Join the team for several events leading up to Dynamo vs. Columbus Crew SC
It's almost here! Opening Day is just over a week away and we've a couple of events lined up to get you ready for the start of the 2015 season.
UPDATE: Soccer Night Out has been cancelled due to incliment weather conditions. We will announce a reschedule date shortly. Sorry for any inconvenience!
Don't miss your 1st chance to purchase the new 2015 home jersey at our Adidas Team Store event on Wednesday, March 4th, 5-7 PM at BBVA Compass Stadium.
- Be one of the first 10 fans to spend $100 or more at the Adidas Team Store and you'll receive 2 free tickets to Opening Night vs Columbus Crew SC on March 7th!
- All fans will receive complimentary jersey customization when purchasing a 2015 home jersey with a Visa card.
- Join the team for autographs, pictures with the Dynamo trophies, and appearances by Diesel and the Dynamo Girls.
Players scheduled to appear:
- Chandler Hoffman
- Zach Steinberger
- JJ Johnson
- Alex Lopez
- Leonel Hunter
- Taylor Hunter
- Rob Lovejoy
- Oumar Ballo
- AJ Cochran
Before you know it, the long wait will be over. Saturday night, come fill BBVA Compass Stadium and watch your Houston Dynamo take on Columbus Crew SC to start the 2015 season. See you there Dynamo fans!
Tickets for Opening Day available HERE. Saturday, March 7th, kickoff at 7:30 PM CT.
The Dynamo play their second of three preseason games in the Carolina Challenge Cup tonight at 3 p.m. CT when they face New York City FC (Watch the live stream at www.HoustonDynamo.com/live).
After two days of training in unusually cold Charleston weather, the team is looking to rebound after a 1-0 defeat to the Charleston Battery in Saturday’s opening game. Tonight's game was moved an hour earlier due to a severe weather warning here in Charleston.
“The training was fantastic yesterday,” Dynamo head coach Owen Coyle said. “The intensity, the application, everything we are looking for. We know we have quality in the team and a terrific group of players. Tonight we play a very good side in New York City, a team that has invested heavily financially with some big names as we know. “
The Dynamo are just nine days from the 2015 season opener – March 7 against Columbus Crew SC at BBVA Compass Stadium – and tonight is the club’s penultimate preseason game.
“The important thing for us tonight is our development and getting ready for the start of the season against Columbus Crew, and for our players to go and show their quality and be very respectful of the opposition,” Coyle added. “The important thing tonight is to day by day get stronger, physically stronger, mentally stronger, and get tighter.
The club traveled from Houston to Charleston on Friday and arrived late, with a short turnaround and a 5 p.m. kickoff the next evening in the opening game of a doubleheader. Coyle conceded that the travel and late arrival may have contributed to the performance in the 1-0 setback against the Battery.
“The lads arrived at midnight (on Friday), so I think we need to cut them a bit of slack in that respect. We want to move the ball quicker, because that’s what I think we’re about, and when you do that, it leads to creating goal scoring chances. We had two or three on Saturday night, probably not as many as you’d like in the game.
Tonight the Dynamo will get their first chance against New York City FC, who along with Orlando City SC enter MLS as expansion clubs in 2015. NYCFC drew Orlando, 1-1, on Friday with NYCFC rookie Kyrie Shelton equalizing after Kaka’s opener for the Lions.
“It will be tough tonight with good opposition, and that’s what’s great, if we can move the ball well against the New York City’s and Orlando’s, that will go well moving into the season. “
"It is preseason and we want to win every game, but the important thing is getting a performance that we think is up to the ability we have in the squad.”