MLS Regular Season

Kinnear focuses on positives after NY tie

Head coach expects to use different lineups during three-game stretch
Kinnear focuses on positives


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Admittedly disappointed with the way his team dropped two points
Saturday night, Houston manager Dominic Kinnear chose to single out the positives.
Aside from allowing the bookend goals by New York, the Dynamo held up well
against one of the league’s most talented attacks, controlling and
creating for their share of the match.

“I think we’re playing well,” Kinnear said. “I’m not trying to make the
sun shine, but I told the guys, ‘Be disappointed; I am.’ We let up late
but, all in all, I really like what I’m seeing from the team.”

Canetti's Corner - May 23, 2011

Dynamo showing improvement through first third of season
Canetti's Corner - May 23
Dynamo President


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Welcome to edition No. 32 of my blog on

Complete Canetti's Corner Archive

Sorry for not keeping my promise of blogging more frequently. Things continue to be very hectic and busy.

VIDEO: All hat, no cattle

Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas ready to face off in Texas showdown
VIDEO: All hat, no cattle


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Courtesy of New Wave

Ahead of Saturday's match against FC Dallas, the Houston Dynamo created this video to show the differences between the two clubs and cities. Click here to purchase tickets to Saturday's match.

Dynamo, Dallas have always been enemies

Looking back at five key games in history of Houston-Dallas rivalry
Dynamo, Dallas: always enemies

This article will appear in the May 28, 2011 issue of the Houston Dynamo Gameday Magazine.

From the first whistle of the first game, the Dynamo-Dallas
rivalry has been passionate, on the field and off. Even preseason games have
been heated, including a Brian Mullan-Brek Shea fight in 2009 and Jair Benitez
spitting on Geoff Cameron in February 2011. Traveling supporters – more from Houston than from Dallas,
of course – have added atmosphere to every game.

Concentration lapse costs Houston points

Dynamo "bookended" as Red Bulls score early, late goals
Dynamo allow early, late goals


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Anthony Vasser/Houston Dynamo

Dynamo 2, New York 2 -- postgame notes

Davis ties club record for MLS appearances, nets penaltyh kick
HOU 2, NY 2 -- postgame notes


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Anthony vasser/Houston Dynamo

Late Ballouchy header stuns Dynamo in tie

Eastern Conference foes trade early, late goals in physical Texas draw
Ballouchy header stuns Dynamo


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Anthony Vaser/Houston Dynamo

Dynamo hope to take game to visiting N.Y.

Houston looks to move into first place with win against East leaders
Dynamo hope for win against NY


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Jeff Zelevansky / Getty Images

The stakes are high and the storylines are thick for Saturday’s
match between the Houston Dynamo and the New York Red Bulls. First, there is Dwayne De Rosario’s return to Houston. Second, this
is a rematch of a tough 1-1 draw at Red Bull Arena back in week three.

But the biggest storyline for Houston is this: The Dynamo have the chance,
with a win and a Philadelphia tie or loss, to move into a tie for first place in the Eastern
Conference with the Red Bulls.

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. N.Y. Red Bulls

Top spot in East on the line as De Ro, Marquez come to Robertson
Match Preview: HOU-NY


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Jeff Zelevansky / Getty Images

The Houston Dynamo meet the New York Red Bulls for the second time
this season when the Eastern Conference clubs face off Saturday at
Robertson Stadium. The teams played to a 1-1 draw in early April at Red
Bull Arena. The Dynamo stopped a two-game losing slide last time out
with a scoreless draw at Real Salt Lake last weekend. The Red Bulls saw
their unbeaten streak crash to a halt at four games in a 3-2 home loss
to Chivas USA last Sunday.

Dynamo hungry for another shutout

Houston takes on Red Bulls after locking down RSL attack
Dynamo hungry for shutout


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George Frey / Getty Images

Zeroes, goose eggs, clean sheets, or shutouts. However you want to term it, the Houston Dynamo defense has one often-elusive objective: keeping the other team off the board.

The importance of the team’s shutout last Saturday against Real Salt Lake is paramount as the Dynamo gear up to face three of MLS’ top attacking teams in the span of eight days.


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