MLS Regular Season

Houston Dynamo move to Western Conference for 2015 season

Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City move back to Western Conference in conference realignment
Dynamo Go West
Western Conference

After a four year stint in the Eastern Conference, the Houston Dynamo are heading back to their roots in the West, Major League Soccer announced today.

With Chivas USA ceasing operations and the addition of East Coast sides Orlando City SC and New York City FC, the Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City are moving to the Western Conference to create two 10-team conferences.

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 1, Chicago Fire 2

Chicago's second half rally spoils season, Kinnear era finale for the Dynamo
Recap: Dynamo 1, Fire 2
Match Recap

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – On a night of goodbyes, the Chicago Fire closed out the season with a 2-1 comeback win against a Houston Dynamo side that will wonder how they lost a game they had dominated for long spells.

With Houston coach Dominic Kinnear leading his side out for the final time and Fire legend Logan Pause hanging up his boots after 12 years with the Men in Red, there was plenty of emotion on show on a warm evening at Toyota Park.

Preview: Houston Dynamo at Chicago Fire

Dynamo finish their 2014 season in Chicago for Kinnear's final match in charge
Preview: Dynamo at Fire
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo at Chicago Fire
Friday, October 24, 7:00 p.m. CT
Toyota Park, Bridgeview, Illinois

NBC Sports Network - 7:00 p.m. CHANNEL LISTINGS
Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM - 7:00 p.m. (6:30 p.m. pregame)
La Ranchera 850 AM - 7:00 p.m. (6:30 p.m. pregame

Houston Dynamo midfielder Luis Garrido "sad" and "surprised" with Disciplinary Committee suspension

Promising debut season for Garrido comes to an abrupt halt after MLS DisCo decision
Garrido suspended

Luis Garrido has been the find of the Houston Dynamo season. But they’ll have to wait until 2015 to see him on the field again.

23 October 4:03 pm

Ricardo Clark and Tyler Deric preview Friday's season finale against the Chicago Fire.

Dominic Kinnear era for the Houston Dynamo comes to an end in Chicago

The objective in Kinnear's final match with the Dynamo is the same as every other: win
End of an era
Final match

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.

Houston Dynamo president Chris Canetti lays out his plans for hiring general manager and head coach

Canetti believes the tools are there for next head coach, GM to take Dynamo to next level
Evolution, not revolution
Offseason search

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.

Houston Dynamo players face the unknown after the departure of long-time manager Dominic Kinnear

"This change could be good for us," says Davis, but he has to play to waiting game to find out
Facing the unknown
The Unknown


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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?

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