In the latest edition of TunnelVision, we go behind the scenes at the Dynamo's April 28 match vs. the Colorado Rapids. Watch the video and let us know what your favorite part was in the comments below!
Dynamo broadcaster Glenn Davis joined Yahoo! Sports Radio host John Harris Monday morning to talk about Sunday's match vs. the Rapids and the week ahead.
You can hear Davis on radio twice this week talking Dynamo soccer. On Tuesday, listen to Soccer Matters on ESPN 97.5 from 7-9 p.m. and on Thursday, you can listen to Dynamo All-Access on 1560 AM also from 7-9 p.m.
At the Dynamo, we are proud of our commitment to help the Houston community through a varity of charitable initiatives. Many of the initiatives are driven by the organization, while some are driven by the passion of our players. Regardless of the cause, Dynamo fans are always willing to chip with their time or a dollar and we can't thank them enough.
With that said, we are thrilled to see that one of our supporters groups, Texian Army, will be hosting a bake sale before Sunday's game to raise money for the first responders in West, Texas. 100% of the funds raised will go toward the Abbott Volunteer Fire Department, which lost three members in the fire and 11 more volunteers remain hospitalized.
This is a great cause and we urge all Dynamo fans to stop by the Texian Army tailgate in Lot C before the game and purchase a baked good or just donate to the cause.
Check out the Texian Army Facebook page for more information about this great event.
Thanks for your support and go Dynamo!
The Houston Dynamo will be honoring first responders at Sunday's game for their bravery in the wake of recent tragedies as well as for the courageous duties they perform on a daily basis. Dynamo defenders Corey Ashe and Mike Chabala and goalkeeper Tally Hall recorded this message as a token of our appreciation.
MLS Insider Josh Whisenhunt continues MLSsoccer.com's Top-5 countdown with a look at the top five hairstyles in Major League Soccer. No surprise, Warren Creavalle and his throw-back flat top hairstyle made the cut (no pun inteded).
We'll assume that Bryan Salazar's fro-hawk (pictured, below) missed the list because of his relative anonymity in MLS circles, but it won't be long before this hairdo becomes one of the most recognizable in MLS.