MLS Regular Season
Rivalries prosper for a number of reasons, but the best provocation is respect.
It has been six years since the Houston Dynamo left San Jose for
South Texas, but the feelings of admiration and respect are still
there. Players and coaches who moved to Houston with the team hold a
strong connection to the city they will visit with a matchup against the
Quakes on Saturday (9:30 p.m. CT, Galavisión, SportsTalk 790, La Ranchera 850).
at San Jose Earthquakes
Saturday, June 4, 9:30 p.m. CT
Buck Shaw Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
All-time record: Series tied 3-3-1
SportsTalk 790 - 9:00 p.m.
La Ranchera 850 - 9:00 p.m.
Galavision - 9:30 p.m.
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The MLS season isn’t even three months old, and it’s already been an up-and-down ride for the Houston Dynamo.
After a red-hot, undefeated April, the Dynamo followed that up by finishing winless over six games in May. But while no Houston player or coach will tell you he is happy with the month the Dynamo had — because they are most definitely not — the sky is certainly not falling in Houston.
The Eastern Conference dominates the latest edition of
MLSsoccer.com's Team of the Week, with eight of the 11 selections coming
from the top five teams in the conference. The Houston Dynamo and New York
Red Bulls lead the way with two players each, and the table-topping
Union showcase the reigning Player of the Week.
The top two clubs in the other conference rounded out the
numbers. A defender reps the LA Galaxy on the strength of two shutouts
while FC Dallas are showing they are contenders with or without MVP
For the third time this season, Tally Hall has earned a Save of the Week nomination. This week's save, came in the 68th minute off a long strike from FC Dallas midfielder Brek Shea. Hall dove to his left and tipped the ball away before it could reach the back of the net.
Colin Clark’s play over the past few weeks demonstrates why the
Houston Dynamo front office was so excited about bringing the
midfielder into the fold. Trading for Clark last September, the Houston brass made the move with an
eye toward the future, believing that when the one-time U.S.
international got healthy, he would provide a boost to the midfield.