MLS Regular Season

VIDEO: Brad's Brigade press conference

Midfielder Brad Davis talks about Brad's Brigade and the July 10 match
VIDEO: Brad's Brigade

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Jonathan Kaplan / Houston Dynamo

For video of Monday's press conference announcing the Brad's Brigade initiative for the Dynamo's July 10 match against Columbus, click here or see below. More information is available at HoustonDynamo.com/BradsBrigade.

Houston almost sunk by miscues

Turnover, own goal force Dynamo to fight for a tie
Miscues cost Dynamo points
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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Coming off of three consecutive losses, the Dynamo were
hoping to turn things around after the World Cup break. Two defensive
mistakes, however, cost Houston a much-needed three points at home on Saturday, as
they tied the Colorado Rapids 2-2 at Robertson
Stadium.

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Dynamo 2, Colorado 2 - postgame notes

Dynamo first team to score against Colorado in final 30 minutes this season
HOU 2, COL 2 - postgame notes

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Joseph Musarra/Houston Dynamo

Joseph Ngwenya scored in the 80th minute as the Houston
Dynamo rallied for a 2-2 tie with the Colorado Rapids Saturday night at
Robertson Stadium, with the Dynamo breaking a three-game MLS losing
streak in their first MLS game in three weeks due to the World Cup.

Colorado had only allowed two goals from open play all season, but
Houston netted two from open play in Saturday’s game alone. The Dynamo
also became the first team all season to score against the Rapids in
the final 30 minutes of play with Houston’s 80th-minute goal.

Dynamo end losing skid, tie Rapids

Goals by Cruz and Ngwenya give Dynamo a point at home
Dynamo tie Rapids
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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

Defensive mistakes continue to haunt the Houston Dynamo, as an Eddie Robinson turnover and a Lovel Palmer own goal gifted the Colorado Rapids a 2-2 tie Saturday night at Robertson Stadium.

Both teams came out a little rusty due to the World Cup break, and the game turned physical early. In the seventh minute, Brian Ching was lucky to only get a yellow card as he left his feet and nailed Pablo Mastroeni's ankle, entirely missing the ball. Later in the half, Conor Casey was also lucky not to see red as he led with his elbows and connected on Robinson on two occasions.

Match Preview: Houston vs. Colorado

Match Preview: HOU-COL
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The Basics

VIDEO: Kinnear, Onstad preview Colorado

Dynamo prepare for first MLS game in three weeks against stingy Rapids
VIDEO: Kinnear, Onstad re. COL

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Following Thursday's training session, Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear and goalkeeper Pat Onstad answered questions from the media about Saturday night's game against the Colorado Rapids. To watch, click here or see below:

Dynamo focus on back line during WC break

Healthy again, Houston hoping to improve defensive performances
Houston focuses on back line
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If the Houston Dynamo have any hope of turning around their 2010 season, they know their defense will need to improve dramatically.

“We haven’t been good,” defender Bobby Boswell said. “The team has high standards, and we are our own hardest critics. We know it’s not good enough. Sometimes things don’t go your way, and sometimes we’ve had that happen this year, but you can’t say that. You have to go out and get it done.”

5 minutes with ... Tally Hall

Getting to know Dynamo goalkeeper
5 mins. with Tally Hall
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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

HoustonDynamo.com caught up with Tally Hall after a recent training session. Here's what he had to say:

HD: What is your favorite restaurant in Houston?
TH: They just opened a Firehouse Subs by my house. It’s amazing. I go there
far too much. Everything is so good that I try and mix it up. Hook and Ladder
is their go-to. I’ll usually switch between that and Engine Company.

Dynamo Notes: Team prepares for Colorado

Trialists gone; Serioux back; Squad healthiest it's been all year
Capodice: Dynamo Notes
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With a couple of exhibitions behind them, the Houston Dynamo have returned to preparing for MLS play, with their Saturday match against the Colorado Rapids fast approaching.

Trialists Depart

Anthony Obodai, Juan Manuel Quevedo, and Kendall Waston completed their trials with the Dynamo, and all three were not with the team for training on Monday. Head coach Dominic Kinnear was intentionally non-committal regarding the three trialists, but he seemed to indicate that Houston may try to sign one of them.

Cameron's return to form begins

Dynamo midfielder trains with ball for first time since injury
Cameron shooting for August
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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

For the first time in two months, Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron
laced up his boots Monday and took to the field to continue the rehab process for a knee
injury he suffered April 24 against the Chicago Fire.

“Today was the first day actually putting on cleats, so it
was pretty exciting,” Cameron said. “I was on the elliptical [machine], and hopefully I’ll be
jogging by Wednesday. In 2-3 weeks, I hope to be cutting, and in 4-5 weeks, I’ll be out on the playing field.”

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