MLS Regular Season

Houston Dynamo laud Corey Ashe's "great character" in stepping in for injured DaMarcus Beasley

Teammates praise Ashe's professionalism as he returned to the starting lineup in Columbus
Prepared to play
Corey Ashe
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When a bum hamstring knocked DaMarcus Beasley out of the lineup Saturday night, the Houston Dynamo had a sure hand to turn to in Corey Ashe.

Weeks after losing his starting job to the incoming Beasley, Ashe stepped into his familiar role at left back and chipped into the defensive effort, albeit in a 3-0 loss to the Columbus Crew.

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Houston Dynamo's Dominic Kinnear says conceding first "took the wind out of us" in Columbus Crew loss

Dynamo can't recover after Columbus' opening goal: "I don't think we had a good night"
Wind out of the sails
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Speaking to the media this week, Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear said jumping on teams early will help turn their fortunes on the road. Unfortunately for his club it was the Columbus Crew who got that jump on their way to a 3-0 win Saturday night at Crew Stadium.

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 0, Columbus Crew 3

Dynamo drop three points on the road to Eastern Conference foe Columbus
Recap: Dynamo 0, Crew 3
Match Recap
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Columbus Crew are on fire.

Another offensive explosion gave them a second straight home rout, this time a 3-0 pummeling of the Houston Dynamo thanks to goals from Justin Meram, Adam Bedell and Aaron Schoenfeld on Saturday night at Crew Stadium. The Crew now have seven goals in their last two games following last weekend’s 4-1 win over the LA Galaxy.

Preview: Houston Dynamo at Columbus Crew

Dynamo hit the road against Columbus with a chance to get back in the playoff spots
Preview: Dynamo at Crew
Match Preview

THE BASICS
Houston Dynamo at Columbus Crew
Saturday, August 23, 6:30 p.m. CT
Crew Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

Houston Dynamo begin crucial road stretch with a trip to Ohio against Columbus Crew

Points on the road will be key going forward, and it begins this week against the Crew
Getting it done
Dynamo at Crew
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Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall believes the team have rounded into their best form of the year in recent weeks. The timing could hardly be more ideal as Houston embark on a two-match road swing that has the potential to be an acid test for their playoff ambitions.

Houston Dynamo relish having Ricardo Clark back in the lineup week-in and week-out

After his early-season concussion, Clark is finding a groove at the center of the Dynamo lineup
Return of Rico
Ricardo Clark
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Not for the first time, Ricardo Clark was the last player off the training field at Houston Sports Park on Thursday, putting in a little extra work ahead of Saturday’s away game against the Columbus Crew (6:30 p.m. CT; CSN Plus/Telemundo).

Houston Dynamo creating more quality chances for striker Will Bruin, leading to goals and results

Coming out of an eight game scoreless run, Bruin is getting his chances — and putting them away
Bear down
Will Bruin
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The life of a striker is usually predicated upon scoring goals.

When they’re filling the stat sheet, they’re beloved. When they’re not, they come under fire regardless of other factors.

However, there’s an underlying factor that doesn’t fit in. For forwards, their chances are usually dependent upon the play of those around them. Getting quality service in good areas can turn five goals into 15.

21 August 9:47 am

Brad Davis, Tally Hall, Ricardo Clark and Dominic Kinnear look ahead to Saturday's matchup against the Columbus Crew.

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