MLS Regular Season

Playing shorthanded all too familiar

Houston unable to earn a point after red card; Camargo makes MLS debut
Dynamo shorthanded again

Playing at a disadvantage is something the Houston Dynamo are getting used to in 2011.

Travel trouble lands Dynamo in Columbus

Not for the first time, Houston endures long travel day
Travel trouble for Dynamo


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The Houston Dynamo endured a lengthy day of travel on Sunday, winding up in Columbus rather than Houston after an odyssey of more than 15 hours. Having left the hotel in Kansas City at 8 a.m. CT, the Dynamo did not
get their entire travel party to Columbus - site of Wednesday's match against the Eastern Conference co-leaders, the Crew - until well after midnight ET.

Road woes continue after loss in KC

Slow start, Costly red card too much to overcome for Kinnear's group
Road woes continue in KC


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A slow start and an ill-advised red card doomed the Houston Dynamo in
a crucial matchup against Sporting Kansas City on Saturday and left
head coach Dominic Kinnear with easy answers as to what went wrong in
yet another road loss this season.

Teal Bunbury scored in the ninth minute and Carlo Costly put the Dynamo (8-9-11) in a deeper hole with a red card in the 64th minute of the loss, which dropped Houston to 0-6-8 away from home this season.

Dynamo 0, Kansas City 3 -- postgame notes

Davis becomes 3rd youngest to reach 250 games; Camargo makes MLS debut
HOU 0, KC 3 -- postgame notes


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Houston Dynamo fell 3-0 to Sporting Kansas City Saturday afternoon, recovering
from a slow start only to see a potential tying shot hit the post and suffer a
second-half red card. Kansas City added two goals with the Dynamo down to 10
players to move five points clear of Houston in the Eastern Conference

Bunbury's brace leads SKC over Dynamo

Costly red card dooms Dynamo comeback chances after early Bunbury goal
Bunbury leads SKC over Houston


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Chance Myers and Corey Ashe battle for the ball.

Teal Bunbury scored two goals and C.J. Sapong added a third as Sporting Kansas City moved into a tie atop the Eastern Conference with Columbus by virtue of a 3-0 victory against 10-man Houston on Saturday at Livestrong Sporting Park.

Dynamo plenty familiar with Kansas City

Eastern Conference foes set for third meeting of 2011 season
Dynamo familiar with KC


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The Houston Dynamo are hoping the third time's a charm when they visit Sporting Kansas City on Saturday (3 p.m.; TeleFutura, KPRC 950 AM, La Ranchera 850 AM).

Cameron's versatility continues to impress

Brief return to center back shows fourth-year player still has it
Cameron's versatility


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Former third-round draft pick Geoff Cameron has enjoyed a good season
as part of the Dynamo’s midfield attack. On Sunday against Mexico's
Monterrey, however, he showed he can wow just as much – if not more – as
a center back.

Match Preview: Dynamo at Kansas City

Houston makes first visit to LIVESTRONG Sporting Park with chance to move up table
Preview: HOU-KC


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The Basics
Houston Dynamo at Sporting Kansas City
Saturday, September 10, 3:00 p.m. CT
LIVESTRONG Sporting Park, Kansas City, KS

All-time record: Houston leads 6-3-4

KPRC 950 - 2:30 p.m.
La Ranchera 850 - 2:30 p.m.
TeleFutura - 3:00 p.m.

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Geoff Cameron announces 20 for 20 campaign

Proceeds to benefit the Fisher House and Ronald McDonald House
Geoff Cameron 20 for 20
20 for 20

Houston Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron is raising money for the Fisher House and Ronald McDonald House with his 20 for 20 campaign, which includes a video-game tournament, online donations, and a special ticket package for the Dynamo’s September 17 match, the club announced today. 

Dynamo eye better defense down stretch

Houston not leaking goals but aiming for more shutouts
Dynamo looking for shutouts


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

It has been an up-and-down year for the Houston Dynamo defense, and those inconsistent performances haven't been helped by different lineup combinations. With national team call-ups, injuries, and suspensions, head coach Dominic Kinnear has been forced to use eight different combinations of players on his backline this season.

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