MLS Regular Season
A year after finishing as the runner-up for the MLS MVP award, Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis finished fourth in this year's voting. San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski won the league's top honor in a landslide, garnering a combined percentage of 259.07% of the votes. That number is out of 300% when you add the percentage of votes that came from the clubs, players and media. Davis finished behind Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry and Sporting KC midfielder Graham Zusi.
The Houston Dynamo announced their 2012 team awards on Tuesday night at Dynamo Celebration 2012: A Year to Remember, a Dynamo Charities event, presented by the Halliburton Charitable Foundation, at Hotel Zaza.
Below is the Injury Report, presented by The Methodist Hospital System as of Friday, November 16.
D.C. UNITED -- OUT: FW Josh Wolff (lower back disc herniation); QUESTIONABLE: MF Chris Pontius (R groin strain); MF Marcelo Saragosa (R knee pain); DF Brandon McDonald (R calf spasms); PROBABLE: DF Daniel Woolard (concussion-like symptoms); FW Long Tan (L ankle sprain); MF Dwayne De Rosario (L knee MCL sprain)
NEW YORK – We're down to the Sweet 16.
After five days of group stage voting, fans have decided which players advance to the first knockout round of the 2012 Latino del Año, the competition that elects the top latino player in MLS as voted by the fans.
The top two finishers in each of the eight groups move on to the knockout stage and the ballots were dominated by MLS' Honduran contingent.
Below is the Injury Report, presented by The Methodist Hospital System as of Friday, November 2.
HOUSTON DYNAMO -- None reported
SPORTING KANSAS CITY -- OUT: FW Teal Bunbury (L knee ACL tear); DF Cyprian Hedrick (L fibula fracture); MF Paulo Nagamura (L ankle sprain); PROBABLE: MF Julio Cesar (R quad strain); MF Roger Espinoza (R ankle sprain)
As the season nears its end, it's time for the annual voting of the MLS Goal and Save of the Year. Goal of the Year voting opened today and the Dynamo are represented in Group 1 with Brad Davis' game-winning strike in the inaugural match at BBVA Compass Stadium. He is joined in the first group by goals from David Beckham, Kris Boyd and Darren Mattocks.
In case you forgot how good Davis' goal was, here it is:
The most recent power rankings have been released on MLSsoccer.com and with the Dynamo’s loss against Colorado Rapids, Houston remains at No. 9 on the list. Here is what the writers at MLS had to say about the Dynamo’s performance on the field.