MLS Regular Season

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. NE Revolution

Cameron vs. Joseph midfield battle will be key
Match Preview: HOU-NE


Photo Credit: 
Jim Rogash / Getty Images

The Basics

(7-14-6, 27 points, seventh in Western Conference) vs.
New England Revolution (7-15-5, 26 points, seventh in Eastern Conference)
Sunday, October 10, 7:30 p.m. CT
Robertson Stadium, Houston, TX 

All-time record: New England leads 5-2-5 (5-1-3 regular season)

Broadcast Info

Cochrane, Serioux play way into lineup

CBs have been filling in admirably over the last two games
Cochrane, Serioux step in


Photo Credit: 
Courtesy Nigel Brooks

When head coach Dominic Kinnear revamps the Houston Dynamo during the offseason, he will be faced with several difficult decisions, including who to protect in the upcoming expansion draft. Houston’s last three games of the season are an opportunity for players to make a case for protection. For the last two games, back-line fill-ins Ryan Cochrane and Adrian Serioux have been pleading theirs. 

5 minutes with ... Colin Clark

The newest addition to the squad answers questions from
5 minutes with ... Colin Clark


Photo Credit: 
Getty Images

After a hard day volunteering at the House that Ching Built, Dynamo midfielder Colin Clark took some time to answer a
few questions from about his life, on and off the field.

You have been in Houston almost two weeks now; how has the transition been?

It’s been great. The guys have been very supportive and
helpful, making me feel right at home.

VIDEO: Playing for Pride

David Nuno previews Sunday's game against New England
VIDEO: Playing for Pride


Photo Credit: 
Courtesy Nigel Brooks

David Nuno previews Sunday's Dynamo game against the New England Revolution for To watch the video, click here or see below:

Davis nominated for Jefferson Award

Online voting available for prestigious public service award
Davis nominated for award

Houston Dynamo
midfielder Brad Davis is among 36 professional athletes nominated for the
prestigious Jefferson Award for Public Service, with voting currently available
online, All Stars Helping Kids announced this week.

Ching possibly done for this season

Striker picked up a knee injury vs. Philly; MRI results pending
Ching done for year


Photo Credit: 
Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear declared the team’s season over after a 2-1 home loss to Toronto FC on September 18. The team was eliminated from postseason contention soon afterward, but that may have also proven eerily prophetic for Dynamo forward Brian Ching.

Missed opportunities cost Dynamo a win

Houston still unable to string two victories in a row this season
Dynamo can't build streak

For the seventh time this season, the Houston Dynamo were unable to
string together two consecutive victories in MLS play as they tied the
Philadelphia Union 1-1 on Saturday afternoon.

Despite the draw, Houston continued
to build upon its improved play over the last several matches. In games past, Houston’s defense crumbled as
it conceded late winners, but against United last weekend and the Union on Saturday, it was the Dynamo
controlling the play in the second half.

Dynamo earn rare road point

Hainault's goal gives Houston 1-1 draw in Philadelphia
Dynamo earn rare road points


Photo Credit: 
Drew Hallowell / Getty Images

Despite being mathematically eliminated from the MLS postseason after Seattle’s 3-2 victory over Toronto FC earlier on Saturday afternoon, the Philadelphia Union battled to a hard-fought 1-1 draw at PPL Park against a Houston Dynamo side that had already been eliminated from playoff contention.

Dynamo 1, Philadelphia 1 - postgame notes

Hainault scores first goal since October '09 in 1-1 tie
HOU 1, PHI 1 - postgame notes


Photo Credit: 
Drew Hallowell / Getty Images

Houston Dynamo earned a road result for the second consecutive game, playing to
a 1-1 tie with the Philadelphia Union Saturday afternoon at PPL Park just south
of Philadelphia. The tie came despite 13 corner kicks for Houston – 10 in the
second half – and a 15-7 Dynamo shot advantage.

going 1-0-1 in their last two road games, including a 3-1 win over D.C. United
last Saturday, the Dynamo will return home to host the New England Revolution
on Sunday, October 10, at Robertson Stadium.

Struggling Dynamo playing for pride

Kinnear suspended; Deric could start in goal
Dynamo play for pride


Photo Credit: 
Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo aren’t playing for revenge on Saturday against the Philadelphia Union. They’re playing for pride.

“It’s not revenge for one game, it's revenge for the entire year,” midfielder Brad Davis. “We’re playing for pride and our jobs and a spot on the team next year and to show that the year is not a complete wash."

Syndicate content