MLS Regular Season
The 2014 season and the Dominic Kinnear era end on Friday night in Chicago with pride, league position and club records on the line.
A win over the Chicago Fire in Illinois (7 p.m. CT, NBCSN) could see the Dynamo rise two places to finish sixth in the Eastern Conference, depending on how the Philadelphia Union and Toronto FC fare later in the weekend.
After nine years, two MLS Cups and seven playoff appearances, whoever replaces Dominic Kinnear at the helm of the Houston Dynamo will have some big shoes to fill.
Professional athletes are creatures of habit. So when the only coach the Houston Dynamo have ever known, Dominic Kinnear, decides to change zip codes after nine years, it's no surprise that the question on everybody's mind is: What’s next?
The best moments from Dominic Kinnear's nine-year tenure as head coach of the Houston Dynamo.
Dominic Kinnear speaks with the media after his home finale as head coach of the Dynamo.
Team captain Brad Davis reflects on his time with Dominic Kinnear following Kinnear's final home match with the Dynamo.
Standing in front of the fans that have cheered him on and the team that has played its heart out for him, Dominic Kinnear said goodbye to the Houston Dynamo in earnest on Thursday night.
HOUSTON – Lee Nguyen gave his campaign for MVP consideration a boost Thursday and in the process put his team closer to clinching home field advantage in the Eastern Conference semifinal.