MLS Regular Season

Dynamo 1, Philadelphia 1 - postgame notes

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


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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


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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."

Onstad hopeful to return against Philly

GK injuries force Dynamo to get creative with equipment manager
Onstad to return?

Houston goalkeeper Pat Onstad appears to be making a late push this week to get healthy and is hopeful to be available for the team’s match Saturday against Philadelphia at PPL Park.

Onstad participated fully in practice on Friday for the first time this week. While the veteran is still recovering from the concussion he suffered after colliding with the elbow of defender Andrew Hainault last weekend, Onstad also admitted he has a painful thumb injury that has been hindering him.

Match Preview: Dynamo at Philadelphia

Dynamo go for back-to-back wins for first time this season
Match Preview: PHI-HOU


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Joseph Musarra/Houston Dynamo

The Basics

Houston Dynamo (7-14-5) at Philadelphia Union (7-13-6)
3 p.m. CT
PPL Park, Chester PA

Series History: Philadelphia won the only meeting between the two sides, 3-2 on May 29 in Houston

Broadcast Info

TeleFutura (3 p.m.)
SportsTalk 790 (2:15 p.m. pregame)
La Ranchera 850 (2:30 p.m. pregame)

Game Intro

Q&A: Houston Dynamo COO Chris Canetti

No regrets over trading Wondolowski, Kamara, De Rosario
Q&A: Chris Canetti


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With the departure of former president Oliver Luck, Houston Dynamo COO Chris Canetti has added to his role as the person in charge of the business operations of the club. While working on finalizing a lease for a new stadium with the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority, Canetti and Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear are likely to embark on the team’s busiest off-season ever.

Canetti talked exclusively with about the current season and future plans for the club. 

Dynamo Daily - September 30, 2010

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Dynamo Daily - September 30

There was a new goalkeeper manning one of the nets at training today. Tally Hall wonders (jokingly) whether his paycheck might be in jeopardy.

Soccer for Success Day

Houston Dynamo kick off inaugural event at Patrick Henry Middle School
Soccer for Success Day


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Courtesy Houston Parks and Recreation Department

The Houston Dynamo and the U.S. Soccer Foundation held
Soccer for Success day at Patrick
Henry Middle
School yesterday to kick off the second year of
the annual Soccer for Success program.

Soccer for Success offers 3rd – 8th grade
students the opportunity to participate in free after school programs. Dynamo
midfielder Corey Ashe is the team’s spokesperson for the program.

Referee chief addresses coaches ejections

Paul Tamberino also provides behind-the-scenes on PK at Rio Tinto
Ref chief analyzes calls

A handshake between coaches that led to a double ejection and a penalty kick call reversal represented the most controversial calls of the last MLS weekend.

U.S. Soccer Director of Referee Development Paul Tamberino addressed both incidents with and revealed the rationale behind the rulings on the field.

Kinnear-Olsen Red Cards

Deric could earn professional debut

Goalkeepers Onstad, Hall might miss Saturday match at Philadelphia
Deric could start in goal


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New Wave Photography

Dynamo goalkeeper Tyler Deric was left by himself to face shots in finishing drills on Tuesday, with starting goalkeeper Pat Onstad sidelined following Saturday's late-game collision and backup Tally Hall still hobbled by a bad ankle. With the next match just four days away, the Dynamo could take the field in Pennsylvania on Saturday with Deric in goal.

Dynamo Daily - September 28, 2010

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Dynamo Daily - September 28


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Goalkeeper Pat Onstad joined the infirmary unit after sustaining a concussion during last Saturday's match at D.C.

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