MLS Regular Season

Yet another disappointing loss for Houston

Dynamo get off zero shots on goal, find few positives in Seattle defeat
Another loss for Houston
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The Houston Dynamo suffered yet another disappointing defeat on Sunday night, this time against a team likely to be in the running down the stretch for one of the final playoff spots.

When asked after Houston’s 2-0 loss to the Seattle at Qwest Field whether there were any positives on the night, Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear was brutally honest: “No.”

WATCH: FULL MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Dynamo 0, Seattle 2 - postgame notes

Hall sets season MLS high with seven saves in standout home-state performance
HOU 0, SEA 2 - postgame notes

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The
Houston Dynamo fell to a 2-0 loss to the Seattle Sounders Sunday night at Qwest
Field in Seattle, extending Houston’s winless streak in MLS play to a
club-worst nine games (0-5-4). The Dynamo return to action Saturday night with
another road game, this time facing the New England Revolution in Foxborough,
Massachusetts.

Red-hot Montero, Sounders top Dynamo

Houston's MLS winless streak reaches nine games despite Hall's seven saves
Montero, Sounders top Dynamo
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Fredy Montero continued his torrid streak, collecting a goal and an assist to Álvaro Fernández, as the Seattle Sounders extended their winning streak to four straight with a 2-0 victory over the Houston Dynamo on Sunday night at Qwest Field.

Dynamo desperate for a win at Seattle

Cameron: “We need three points, and we need three points bad."
Dynamo desperate for win
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On Sunday night, the Houston Dynamo return to league play when they travel to take on the Seattle Sounders and desperately hope for a victory to spark a playoff run.

“It’s a huge game for us, and it’s going to be great up there. We know they are going to have good support, and it’s going to be a great atmosphere,” said defender Andrew Hainault. “However, we are desperate for three points and it would be great. It has been a while since we got a win, and to do it there would be extra special.”

Preview: Dynamo at Sounders

Struggling Dynamo visit surging Sounders
Preview: HOU-SEA
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The Basics

Seattle Sounders (7-8-4, 25 points, 4th in West) vs. Houston Dynamo (5-8-5, 20 points, 7th in West)
Sunday, August 8, 10 p.m. CT
Qwest Field, Seattle

All-time record: Seattle leads 2-1-2 (1-0-1 regular season)

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Cameron's return a bright spot for Dynamo

Houston hope midfielder's comeback isn't too little, too late
Cameron's return a boost
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While the Dynamo left Robertson Stadium on Thursday night frustrated after the disappointing 1-0 defeat in the SuperLiga semifinals, the silver lining was the return of Geoff Cameron. The midfielder played his first minutes since tearing his PCL on April 24 against the Chicago Fire.

Dynamo's Onstad out with torn ab muscles

Houston's starting goalkeeper out indefinitely; Hall to man nets
Onstad out with injury
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The Houston Dynamo got some bad news late last week, as MRI results indicated that goalkeeper Pat Onstad has torn abdominal muscles and will likely be out for an extended period of time.

The MRI, which Onstad got last Thursday, showed several torn muscles and left the Dynamo man with two options: shut it down and rehab the muscles after they felt better or undergo surgery.

Cameron eyes Dynamo return

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

WATCH: MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: HOU 2, NY 2

5 minutes with ... Steve Ralston

Getting to know the newest member of the Dynamo coaching staff
5 minutes with...Steve Ralston
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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
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Welcome to edition No. 14 of my weekly blog. It appears on the new HoustonDynamo.com 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.

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