MLS Regular Season

FCD defeat rival Houston to earn first win

Ihemelu goal from free kick lifts 10-man Hoops
FCD downs Houston 1-0
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Despite playing a man down for nearly 20 minutes, FC Dallas defeated the Houston Dynamo 1-0 off a Ugo Ihemelu goal to earn its first win of the season and its first-ever win at Houston’s Robertson Stadium on Wednesday night.

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. FC Dallas

Dynamo look to take season series against Texan rivals
Match Preview: Dynamo vs. FCD
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HOU_FC Dallas Preview

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The basics: 

Houston Dynamo (3-2-1, 2nd
Western Conference) v. FC Dallas (0-1-4, 8th Western Conference) 

Wednesday, May 5, 8:00 p.m.

Robertson Stadium

All-Time Record: Houston
leads the all-time series 9-3-6, 7-2-5 in MLS regular season play 

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VIDEO: Hear from Landín after goal

Hear from forward Luis Angel Landín in the latest HoustonDynamo.com video
VIDEO: Hear from Landín

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VIDEO: Oduro interviews Appiah

Dominic Oduro interviews countryman and goalscorer Sammy Appiah
VIDEO: Oduro/Appiah interview

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Dynamo 3, KC Wizards 0 - postgame notes

Landin, Mullan, Appiah score first goals of 2010 campaign; defense keeps second clean sheet
HOU 3, KC 0 - postgame notes

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The
Houston Dynamo dominated the Kansas City Wizards for 90 minutes en route to a
3-0 victory at Robertson Stadium Saturday night to move to 3-2-1. Forwards
Luis Landín (one goal, one assist) and Dominic Oduro (two assists) led the way
for Houston.

It
was the second straight time the Dynamo followed a 2-0 loss with a 3-0 win.
They will try to continue their momentum on Wednesday night, hosting FC Dallas
at Robertson Stadium as part of a stretch in which Houston will play four games
in 13 days.

Dynamo defeat Wizards 3-0

Houston rebounds from loss in dominating fashion
Dynamo win 3-0
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The Houston Dynamo played nearly two-thirds of the match with a man advantage and cruised to a 3-0 victory over the Kansas City Wizards on Saturday night. Luis Ángel Landín had a goal and an assist, Brian Mullan bagged his first goal of the season, and rookie Sammy Appiah added Houston’s third on his professional debut.

Houston, however, should have been down a goal early when the Wizards’ Kei Kamara went one-on-one with goalkeeper Pat Onstad, but the former Dynamo forward could only hit the side netting.
 

Surgery decreases Cameron's recovery time

Midfielder could miss only 3-4 months with PCL injury
Cameron recovery time improved

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Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron underwent arthroscopic knee
surgery to repair a ruptured PCL on Friday at The Methodist Hospital System.

The surgery, performed by Dr. Kaare Kolstad, was successful,
and Cameron’s recovery period has decreased to 3-4 months before a potential return.
Cameron suffered the injury on a non-contact play in last Saturday’s 2-0 loss
to the Chicago Fire.

Match Preview: Houston vs. KC Wizards

Makeshift Dynamo side hoping to cool off Wizards
Match Preview: Houston vs. KC
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The basics

Kansas City Wizards (2-1-1) at Houston Dynamo (2-2-1)

Saturday, May 1, 7:30 p.m.

Robertson Stadium

All-Time
Record: The Dynamo lead the all-time series 5-1-3, 4-1-3 in MLS regular season play.

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VIDEO: Dynamo-KC preview

Dominic Kinnear and Andrew Hainault preview Saturday's game against Kansas City
VIDEO: Dynamo-KC preview
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Navas Cobo's first trip one to remember

Players play prank on unsuspecting rookie
Dynamo players enjoy a laugh
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This past weekend marked another milestone in Francisco
Navas Cobo’s soccer career. For the
first time, the 18-year-old packed his bags and traveled with the Dynamo first
team to Chicago
for their league game against the Fire as part of the 18-man gameday roster.

“I was so excited when I found out I was traveling,” Navas
Cobo said. “I immediately went home and
told my family, and they were all very happy for me.”

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