MLS Regular Season

Cameron eyes Dynamo return

Houston midfielder likely to see minutes in SuperLiga semi; Serioux out
Cameron eyes Houston return

Monday’s practice session provided the Houston Dynamo with a mix of good and bad news. The team looks as if it has gained one player, Geoff Cameron, for Thursday, but it will be without Adrian Serioux.

Serioux limped off the field during Saturday’s game against New York in the 68th minute and did not look good. The defender did not practice with the full team on Monday.


5 minutes with ... Steve Ralston

Getting to know the newest member of the Dynamo coaching staff
5 minutes with...Steve Ralston

Steve Ralston is the newest addition to the Houston Dynamo coaching staff. The St. Louis, MO native spent 15 years in Major League Soccer, splitting time between the Tampa Bay Mutiny and the New England Revolution, with a brief stint playing for A.C. St. Louis of USSF Division 2. On the international level, Ralston appeared 36 times for the United States national team and scored four
goals, including the game-winning goal against Mexico on September 3, 2005.

How has the transition been to Houston?

Canetti's Corner - August 2, 2010

Recapping a week like no other in Houston soccer history
Canetti's Corner - August 2
Dynamo COO


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Scott Riddell /

Welcome to edition No. 14 of my weekly blog. It appears on the new every Monday.

I think it is safe to say that no U.S. city has ever experienced a week of soccer like the one we just had.

Between the
All-Star Game, the All-Star festivities, and the Dynamo-Red Bulls game,
it was a historic and defining week for soccer, MLS, and the Dynamo.

Gutsy performance nets draw for Dynamo

Mullan's late goal helps overcome controversial red card
Dynamo net crucial draw

The Houston Dynamo battled back from down a man and down a goal in a gutsy and hard–fought 2-2 draw with the Red Bulls on Saturday night.

“We’re very happy with the comeback, and we showed a ton of character to pull the goal out the way we did to get the point,” Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear. “But we are putting ourselves in holes here and testing ourselves mentally, and it is nice to see we are not burying our heads.”


Mullan goal salvages draw for Dynamo

Houston rallies for 2-2 tie despite controversial red card in Thierry Henry's MLS debut
Mullan goal salvages draw


Photo Credit: 
Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

A late equalizer from substitute Brian Mullan soured the long-awaited debut of the best new strike partnership in MLS on Saturday, as the Dynamo overcame two goals from Juan Pablo Ángel to salvage a 2-2 draw in front of 24,740 fans at Robertson Stadium.

Dynamo 2, New York 2 - postgame notes

10th largest crowd in Dynamo history at Robertson Stadium sees Henry's MLS debut
HOU 2, NY 2 - postgame notes


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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo pulled out a breathtaking 2-2 tie with the New York Red Bulls on
Saturday night at Robertson Stadium, using a last-minute goal from substitute
Brian Mullan to thrill a crowd of 24,750 and spoil the Major League Soccer
debut of French superstar Thierry Henry.

crowd of 24,750 was the 10th highest in Dynamo history at Robertson Stadium and
a season high, more than New York’s crowd of 20,312 for Thierry Henry’s debut
on July 22.

Red Bulls look to halt road struggles

Henry, Kandji key to breaking five-game road winless streak
NY look to cure road woes

The New York Red Bulls geared up on Friday for Saturday’s road match in Houston with a practice focused on technique and tactical specifics gearing up for the Dynamo. The focus on situational scenarios and finishing emphasized two key areas as New York worked on cutting down on individual mistakes.

The Red Bulls have not won a league match in more than a month and have not taken three points on the road in their last five travels. The loss to Columbus on the road two weeks ago still leaves a bad taste in the mouth of the Red Bulls.

Henry "absolutely" will start in Houston

French superstar could get 60 minutes in MLS league debut
Backe: Henry will start

Thierry Henry will "absolutely" start in his MLS league debut on Saturday in Houston, according to New York Red Bulls head coach Hans Backe. Though he likely will not go a full 90.

"If we’re lucky, perhaps 60 minutes,” Backe said of how long he expects the French superstar to play at Robertson Stadium. Both Backe and Henry estimate it will be 2-3 weeks until New York's newest DP will be fully fit.

Dynamo will be tested in Henry's MLS debut

Houston will face potent NYRB attack without its starting goalkeeper
Houston ready for Henry

The Houston Dynamo know they will have their hands full as the New York Red Bulls come to town on Saturday with their newest
designated player, Thierry Henry, seeking to make his MLS debut.

Henry put together two solid
performances for New York in a pair of exhibitions last week, when he partnered with
Macoumba Kandji. However, the likely
pairing against Houston will include Henry and Juan Pablo Angel. 

Preview: Dynamo vs. Red Bulls

Henry comes to town Saturday as Dynamo look to get on track
Preview: HOU-NY


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Chris Trotman/Getty Images

The Basics

(5-8-4, 19 pts, 7th in the West) vs. New York Red Bulls (8-6-2, 26 pts, 2nd
in the East)
Saturday, July 31, 7:30 p.m. CT
Robertson Stadium, Houston

All-time record: New York leads 4-2-5 (3-2-4 regular season)

Broadcast Info

KHOU 11.2 (English TV)
TV Informa (Spanish TV)
SportsTalk 790 AM (English radio)
La Ranchera 850 AM (Spanish radio)

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