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Weaver uses Reserve League to good effect

Weaver uses Reserve League to good effect
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Houston Dynamo vs. Philadelphia Union sold out

Tickets still available for CONCACAF Champions League match vs. CD Olimpia on October 23
Dynamo, Union sold out
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The Houston Dynamo announced today that Saturday’s match against the Philadelphia Union, presented by The Home Depot, is sold out. The game, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. at BBVA Compass Stadium, will be broadcast nationally on NBC Sports Network.  The first 5,000 fans through the gates will receive a mystery gift card, courtesy of The Home Depot.

TV Listings: Dynamo look to clinch playoff spot on national TV

Houston-Philadelphia kicks off at 6:30 pm CT on NBC Sports Network
TV Listings: Dynamo look to clinch playoff spot on national TV

Wednesday, October 17

Davis eyes full training Tuesday, could return vs. Union

Dynamo midfielder working hard to contribute to playoff push
Davis eyes Saturday return
Davis return?
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Brad Davis’ calf passed a big test at Monday’s training session.

The Houston Dynamo midfielder put his leg through a series of agility drills that involved cutting and game-like simulations and could return to full participation with the club as early as Tuesday.

The week ahead - Oct. 15-20

Dynamo play home regular season finale; last Soccer Night Out, presented by Statoil, of 2012
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For Dynamo, playoffs have already begun

Houston players use weekend off to re-charge ahead of home stretch
Playoff mentality
Playoff mentality
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For the Houston Dynamo, the playoffs started weeks ago. With the Dynamo in a tight race for playoff position in the Eastern Conference, the club has engaged in some tough battles in the last month, most recently a hard-fought 1-1 draw with the Montreal Impact

10 October 9:15 am

In his weekly Instant Replay video series, Simon Borg takes a closer look at the controversial calls from the past weekend's games. In the video below, he looks at two calls that were made in the final seconds of Saturday's Dynamo-Impact match.

Notebook: Houston relieved to be back in control

Dynamo control playoff destiny with two matches to go
Notebook: Houston relieved to be back in control
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After Saturday’s 1-1 draw with the Montreal Impact, there was a feeling that the Houston Dynamo had lost a bit of their grip on their own playoff destiny.

The match turned the Dynamo into interested observers of the battle between Sporting Kansas City and the Columbus Crew on Sunday. That match, like Houston’s, ended in a 1-1 draw, and the Dynamo exited the weekend having kept their slim, one-point lead for the fifth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot.

09 October 1:49 pm

In the final part of a 3-part 'Between the Lines' Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle looks at lateral and vertical build-ups, one resulting in a Brad Davis score, the other in a Freddy Adu goal.

08 October 4:53 pm

Head coach Dominic Kinnear is always looking for ways to keep things loose. He has organized flag football games, bowling matches and trips to a local go-kart track. On Monday, Kinnear went to his bag of tricks one more time and organized an intra-squad softball game after training.

It looks like Will Bruin was doing his best John Olerud impression by donning Calen Carr's head gear.

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