There are many folks that go into the success of the Dynamo organization. Most of them can be seen on the field, but many are hidden away from the pitch. In the latest edition of Dynamo Weekly, CSN Houston went inside the Dynamo locker room and profiled a person who plays an integral role to the success of the Houston Dynamo.
In the latest episode of Dynamo Weekly, CSN Houston's Sebastian Salazar and Dynamo broadcaster Glenn Davis break down Sunday's match between the Dynamo and the Chicago Fire.
Dynamo broadcast Glenn Davis is back on the air tonight with a new episode of Dynamo All-Access. The show will air on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM from 7-9 p.m.
Guests for the show include Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear and Davis' partner in the TV booth Eddie Robinson. Davis will also chat with Chicago Fire midfielder Chris Rolfe and ESPN broadcaster Taylor Twellman.
The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
In the latest edition of Kickin' it with Will Bruin, presented by BMC Software, we delve deep into Bruin's affinity for Indiana University basketball as well as his first experience with Vine.
Tune in to ESPN 97.5 FM tonight for a new episode of Soccer Matters with Glenn Davis. The Dynamo broadcaster has a full lineup of guests including Dynamo midfielder Ricardo Clark and forward Brian Ching as well as Chicago Fire defender Arne Friedrich.
Tonight's episode airs from 7-9 p.m. and can be heard on the radio on 97.5 FM or online at www.espn975.com.
Davis will be talking Dynamo soccer and will dissect this week's UEFA Champions League and CONCACAF Champions League matches.
The call-in number for the show is 713-780-3776.
After Houston’s 2-0 defeat to the Portland Timbers, the writers from MLSsoccer.com dropped the Dynamo from the top spot to No. 4 in this week’s power rankings. This is what they had to say about the current state of the Dynamo:
It's a bit of a precipitous tumble for a team that was at the top, but it's honestly been kind of a Jekyll and Hyde season from Houston thus far. They've looked pure quality at times, but have been weirdly fragile defensively in big moments. That burned them twice in Portland. But now they go to Fort BBVA with a chance to set an MLS record... good bet that the MLS Cup-caliber Dynamo show up this weekend.
Houston will return home this weekend to play the Chicago Fire, who picked up their first win of the season last weekend against the New York Red Bulls. MLSsoccer.com writers moved the Fire up one spot to No.18 and had this to say about Frank Klopas' squad:
Time to buy Maicon Santos for your Fantasy teams, folks. He has one month per season in which he's absolutely unstoppable, and if last weekend is any indication, April is it. With Arne Friedrich coming back soon as well, the Fire have a chance to make March's agony a distant memory.
Houston will look to extend their current home unbeaten streak to a MLS record 35 games in all competitions (regular season, playoffs and CCL), this Sunday against the Chicago Fire at 4 p.m. (BUY TICKETS)
Tampa Bay Rowdies - Alex Dixon
Dixon made his Rowdies debut on Saturday, playing the final 19 minutes of the club's 0-0 draw vs. the Carolina RailHawks. Former Dynamo defender Jordan Graye started and played 90 minutes for Carolina. The Rowdies will head to Texas this weekend to take on the San Antonio Scorprions.
Richmond Kickers - Brian Ownby
Ownby missed the Kickers' 2013 USL Pro season opening scoreless draw vs. the Pittsburgh Riverhounds after picking up a hamstring injury last week. The University of Virginia product made his Kickers debut in a 4-0 preseason win over James Madison University on March 26. Ownby is expected to be available when the Kickers take on the Charleston Battery on Saturday.