MLS Regular Season

Q&A: Lovel Palmer

Dynamo mid talks about ending season on high, Jamaica experience
Q&A: Lovel Palmer

Lovel Palmer

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This offseason, midfielder Lovel Palmer left Harbour View – the team he loved and played for in Jamaica since he was a teenager – to travel to the U.S. and earn a spot with the Houston Dynamo.

Prior to traveling to Kansas City and DC with the Dynamo, the Jamaican international sat down with to talk about his first year in MLS and his national-team experience. How do you feel your first year in MLS is coming along and, in particular, your play at midfield of late?

Dynamo Daily - September 27, 2010

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Dynamo Daily - September 27


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Saturday night, the Dynamo rebounded from a heartbreaking loss on Wednesday, to defeat D.C. United, 3-1, at RFK Stadium. The win was Houston's first road victory since May 8.

Canetti's Corner - September 27, 2010

Canetti's Corner - Sept. 27
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Welcome to edition No. 20 of my weekly blog. It appears on the new each week.

Complete Canetti's Corner Archive

As you
well know, it’s been a difficult and challenging season. The recent losses to
Toronto FC and Kansas
City were particularly painful.

With pride on line, Houston pulls through

Dynamo pull comeback of their own at last, rally for win in D.C.
Houston shows pride


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With only pride on the line, the Houston Dynamo showed just that at D.C. United on Saturday night. The Dynamo scored three unanswered second-half goals and downed the hosts 3-1 in a battle of the two last-place teams in the league.

WATCH: Full match highlights

VIDEO: Cameron's header puts Dynamo ahead

VIDEO: Cameron nets goal


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With the game tied at 1, Brad Davis found Geoff Cameron off a set piece to give the Dynamo a 2-1 lead.


Shots from the Dynamo's 3-1 win vs. D.C. United


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Saturday night, the Houston Dynamo rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to defeat D.C. United 3-1. Click here to see action photos from the match.

Dynamo 3, DC United 1 - postgame notes

Houston records first road win since May 8 with three goals in second half
HOU 3, DC 1 - postgame notes


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Houston Dynamo snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over D.C.
United Saturday night at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. With the win, Houston
moved ahead of Chivas USA into seventh place in the Western Conference and
avoided elimination from the MLS Cup playoff race.

Dynamo pull out of cellar with win

Houston ends four-game losing streak with 3-1 win
Dynamo end losing streak


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The Houston Dynamo shrugged off their crushing midweek loss in Kansas City to pull off a second-half comeback of their own, beating D.C. United 3-1 at RFK Stadium on Saturday night.

Houston expecting dogfight in D.C.

Game a chance for Dynamo to separate itself from bottom team
Dynamo expect dogfight

Even though they're squaring off against the only team lower than them on the table, the Houston Dynamo expect a dogfight against D.C. United on Saturday night, with both teams likely to go all out to avoid ending the season at the bottom of the table.

“No one wants to be at the bottom of the table, and it’s a chance for us to separate ourselves from them,” said defender Bobby Boswell, who played for D.C. prior to joining the Dynamo but is suspended for Saturday's match due to yellow card accumulation.

Olsen expects tough match from Houston

United likely to shuffle midfield for physical enounter
Olsen expects tough match

Ben Olsen

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Their 2010 record does not match their reputation, but D.C. United interim coach Ben Olsen still expects a vintage Houston Dynamo performance when the Western Conference underachievers visit RFK Stadium on Saturday night.

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