MLS Regular Season

Robinson could miss time with MCL sprain

Veteran defender hopes to return to lineup after healing
Robinson could miss time
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After a tough first start in Toronto earlier this year and then
biding his time on the bench and with the reserves, Eddie Robinson got the call as a starter
on Saturday night against Chivas USA. Known as an intense competitor,
Robinson was called upon to help rekindle a physical brand of soccer
Houston’s been missing.

Houston confirms players on summer radar

Dynamo staff paying close attention to CONCACAF Gold Cup
Players on summer radar
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As the CONCACAF Gold Cup gets set to stage its quarterfinals next weekend, Houston Dynamo fans may want to pay extra attention. The
club’s coaches sure are.

Dynamo pick up Freeman in comeback win

Support for defender pays off in 2-1 win over Chivas USA
Dynamo pick up Freeman in win
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Through the ups and downs against Chivas USA on Saturday, Houston Dynamo players never felt they were on the brink of disaster. Their reaction to an early pair of mishaps from defender Hunter Freeman is evidence of that.

Houston rekindles fighting spirit in win

Dynamo look to build positive momentum after first win since April 29
Fighting spirit rekindled
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There was a collective exhale in the Houston Dynamo locker room after
Saturday’s win over Chivas USA. With pressure mounting over the team’s
seven-game winless streak, the 2-1 triumph provided a sigh of relief for a
team looking to rekindle its fighting spirit.

Davis set pieces deliver Dynamo win

Cameron header, Chivas own goal help Houston break winless streak
Davis delivers Dynamo win
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GAME NIGHT:
DYNAMO 2, CHIVAS USA 1

Houston hoping to snap funk against Chivas

Dynamo want to keep Goats uncomfortable on muggy night in Houston
Houston hoping to snap funk
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Urgency is starting to set in for the Houston Dynamo. After what
could easily be characterized as a spirited week of training, the Dynamo
are looking to come out and take steps to return to their consistently
physical and high-pressure form. That starts Saturday against Chivas USA (7:30 p.m.), as Houston is looking to turn
up the intensity as a way to get back into the win column.

Ching working hard for spot vs. Chivas USA

Veteran hopes to return from injury as sub on Saturday
Ching working hard for return
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One player that puts a smile on the faces of fans, teammates and coaches when he’s on the field is Brian Ching.

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. Chivas USA

Houston hoping to extend run of results in MLS against Chivas
Preview: HOU-CHV

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The Basics
Houston Dynamo vs. Chivas USA
Saturday, June 11, 7:30 p.m. CT
Robertson Stadium, Houston, TX

All-time record: Houston leads 9-3-6 all competitions, 8-1-5 MLS

Houston staying positive to ride out storm

Dynamo working hard to put winless slide, struggles behind them
Dynamo staying positive
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Figuring out why things are going wrong can be the hardest thing for a
team to do. The Dynamo are experiencing this during their seven-game
winless streak.

Dynamo looking for consistency

Houston tries to rediscover "winning menality"; could Ching return?
Looking for consistency
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Last Saturday’s 2-0 loss to San Jose extended what has proven a very tough five weeks for the Houston Dynamo. 

After controlling the run of play in the first half, the Dynamo failed
to match the home team’s energy in the second 45, ultimately conceding
two gut-wrenching goals. Houston’s inability to sustain its first-half
play continues to be an Achilles heel for Dominic Kinnear’s men.

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