MLS Regular Season

Dynamo move to Eastern Conference

Change will not affect team’s schedule
Dynamo move to East

Houston Dynamo will move to the Eastern Conference beginning with the 2011
season, Major League Soccer announced today. The move keeps the league’s
conferences balanced at nine teams apiece following the addition of expansion
clubs Portland
and Vancouver to the Western Conference. The Dynamo’s schedule – two games
against each MLS opponent – will remain unchanged.

Hall looks to build on lessons from Onstad

Dynamo GK can't fill shoes of club legend, but has his own ideas
Hall inherits the gloves
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While many believe Tally Hall has to fill retired Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Pat Onstad’s extremely big shoes, the 25-year-old goalkeeper isn’t feeling any undue pressure entering his first season as a starter.

Hall knows what’s expected of him and is looking to build on the lessons he learned from Onstad – the only No. 1 goalkeeper the Dynamo have ever known – to ease his transition into the starting role. Hall took every opportunity to learn from one of MLS’ best netminders the past two seasons.

Dynamo offer contracts to Academy players

Canetti confirms official offers made to Soto, Dixon
Academy players receive offers


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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

The Dynamo added two names for the future on Thursday in first-round draft picks Kofi Sarkodie and Will Bruin.

Dynamo select Sarkodie, Bruin in draft

Houston pulls off trade to get additional first-round selection
Dynamo select Sarkodie, Bruin

Houston Dynamo selected defender Kofi Sarkodie and forward Will Bruin in the
first round of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft this afternoon at the Baltimore
Convention Center. Sarkodie, a junior from the national champion University of
Akron, was selected with the No. 7 pick. The Dynamo then completed a trade with
the Portland Timbers to acquire the No. 11 pick and used it to select Bruin, a
junior from Indiana University.

Cameron committed to Houston's efforts

Inspired by Dynamo teammates, D/MF looks forward to winning
Cameron committed to HOU
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Geoff Cameron doesn’t envision another season like last year. That’s part of the reason he will be in Houston until 2014.

After missing the playoffs for the first time in their history, the Dynamo signed Cameron - who had one year remaining on his contract - to a three-year extension earlier this month. The 25-year-old is excited to return to a squad that he labels hardworking and dedicated.

Native Texan Freeman excited

MLS returnee says chance to play in Houston was too good to pass
Freeman happy to be home
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Hunter Freeman

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Courtesy of Houston Dynamo

Hunter Freeman has literally come in from the cold.

The Houston Dynamo unveiled the Texan native on Friday as their newest signing, acquiring the defender’s rights from the New York Red Bulls for allocation money. Freeman returns to the league after two seasons in the Norwegian league with IK Start.

Dynamo expect more additions in future

Cameron re-signing, new players just beginning; DP still possible
Dynamo to add more?
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Colin Clark, Geoff Cameron, Corey Ashe, Jason Garey, Hunter Freeman

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Courtesy of Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo have only gotten started in retooling their roster for the 2011 season, according to president Chris Canetti.

Dynamo could add Hunter Freeman

Canetti reveals pending addition of outside back and Texas native
Dynamo set to add Freeman


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The Dynamo could add outside back Hunter Freeman to their roster as soon as Friday, Dynamo president Chris Canetti said Thursday night at a fan function to welcome Houston's new signees.

Cameron interview with

English transcript of Cameron's interview with Swedish website
Geoff Cameron interview


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Ned Dishman / Getty Images

With negotiations on his new contract wrapping up, Geoff Cameron gave an interview to Swedish soccer website, answering questions that were then translated into Swedish. The article is available below:

Intervju med Geoff Cameron, nyckelspelare i Houston Dynamo

Since we doubt too many fans speak fluent Swedish, here is what Geoff had to say for himself in English:

Dynamo sign Cameron to contract extension

2009 Best XI selection extends deal through 2014 season
Cameron signs extension


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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo and midfielder Geoff Cameron have agreed to a contract extension
through the 2014 season, the team announced today. Cameron and Dynamo personnel
will be available to discuss the extension with media at a press conference
tomorrow at the team’s downtown offices.

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