AUDIO: Listen to interviews with Giles Barnes, Will Bruin, Ricardo Clark, Owen Coyle, Chris Canetti & Oscar Pareja
Courtesy of Dynamo radio partners Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM and ESPN 97.5 FM, enjoy the interviews below. Dynamo All-Access airs weekly (usually Wednesday or Thursday) from 7-9 p.m. CT on 1560 AM. The show's call-in number is 713-439-1560. Soccer Matters airs weekly (usually Monday or Tuesday) from 7-9 p.m. CT on ESPN 97.5 FM. The show's call-in number is 713-780-3776.
This week host Glenn Davis held interviews with Dynamo forwards Giles Barnes and Will Bruin after the pair both scored against Sporting Kansas City in a wild 4-4 last Saturday, as well as midfielder Ricardo Clark. Glenn also speaks with Dynamo head coach Owen Coyle, club president Chris Canetti, and FC Dallas head coach Oscar Pareja ahead of Friday night's Texas Derby (TICKETS).
Beyonce. JJ Watt. Beards. Beaches. Most importantly? 2 MLS Cups. The list goes on and on...it's almost too easy. We picked a few of our favorite reasons why Houston is better than Dallas.
¡Reto aceptado! Este viernes el FC Dallas visita al Dynamo en Houston. Si gana Dallas Mi colega Enrique Gonzalez se pone la playera de los toros. Si triunfa Houston se invierten los papeles. #DTID #TexasDerby
Posted by Pedrito Silva on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The Texas Derby has already started for the local Univision affiliates in Houston and Dallas. Univision 45 Houston anchor/reporter Enrique Gonzalez challenged Pedrito Silva, his counterpart at Univision 23 in Dallas/Fort Worth, in the above video. If the Dynamo beat FC Dallas on Friday, Silva will have to wear a Dynamo jersey on air next week. If Dallas defeats the Dynamo, Gonzalez will be forced to wear the Dallas red on air. Find out who will look out of place next week as the Dynamo host FC Dallas on Friday at 7 p.m. in the only Houston edition of the Texas Derby in 2015 (TICKETS).
Owen Coyle, Kofi Sarkodie, Will Bruin and Brad Davis discuss the inter-state rivalry between Houston and Dallas and it's increased importance after moving to the Western Conference in this week's Keys to the Game.
The Independent Review Panel has rescinded the fine and one-game suspension of Houston Dynamo midfielder Jermaine Taylor for his red card issued in the 77th minute of the April 25 game against Sporting Kansas City (video above).
The Houston Dynamo submitted an appeal for review of the play, and the appeal was unanimously upheld by the review panel.
As a result, Taylor will be available for the team’s next match against FC Dallas on May 1 at BBVA Compass Stadium (8 pm ET, Univision Deportes).
The independent review panel consists of one representative from the US Soccer Federation, Canadian Soccer Association and Professional Referees Organization (PRO).
For more on the red card review process, click here.
Houston has one goal this week: BEAT DALLAS. Dynamo fans all agree...it's time to take back El Capitan and return him to his rightful home at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Catch highlights and hear reaction from Randy Waldrum and Morgan Brian after a tough 3-2 loss to the Boston Breakers.
It was an exciting, crazy night at BBVA Compass Stadium as the Dynamo clashed with Sporting KC in the latest chapter of their intese rivalry. Relive all the biggest moments of the 4-4 draw with Dynamo Rewind.