MLS Regular Season

Dynamo run roughshod over D.C. United

Cruz, Hall make most of first MLS starts
Dynamo run roughshod over DC
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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

Danny Cruz scored in his first-ever MLS start and Dominic Oduro hit an impressive second-half volley as the Houston Dynamo bagged a comfortable 2-0 victory over D.C. United on Saturday night, keeping Houston in the thick of the Western Conference race and heaping further misery on D.C.’s worst-ever start.

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Defender Bobby Boswell leads in his own way, on and off the field
Gameday Mag: Boswell
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When Bobby Boswell talks, people
listen. They may not believe their ears or like what they hear or have any idea
how to respond, but they listen. His is an influential personality, with or
without the captain’s armband he has worn proudly on his right bicep throughout
much of the season.

Match Preview: Up-and-down Dynamo host DC

Saturday night showdown could feature battle of inexperienced goalkeepers
Match Preview: HOU-DC
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The basics

D.C. United (1-7, 8th in Eastern Conference) at Houston Dynamo (4-4-1, tied-2nd in Western Conference)
7 p.m. CT, Robertson Stadium, Houston TX
Houston leads the all-time series 6-3-1, including SuperLiga play.

Game Guide - downloadable PDF

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Home Team: 
Away Team: 
Date & Time: 
Sat, 22-05-2010 19:00
Location, short: 
Robertson Stadium
Location, full: 
Robertson Stadium - Houston, Texas
Opta Game ID: 
2010052205
Elias Game ID: 
2010052205
Game Highlights: 
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Calculated Fields
Status: 
FullTime
Match Type: 
Regular
Result Type: 
NormalResult
Home Score: 
2
Away Score: 
0

Houston finally secures Ngwenya's ITC

Dynamo forward will be available for Saturday's game
Houston secures Ngwenya ITC
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On
Thursday, the Houston Dynamo finally got some good news, as they officially
received clearance from FIFA for forward Joseph Ngwenya to play for Houston once again. The
Dynamo forward had been signed well over a month ago and will now officially be
allowed to join Houston
and will be available for selection this weekend against D.C. United.

“I’m
excited to be back,” Ngwenya said after Thursday's training session. “Hopefully I can come in and help the team.”

Ngwenya cleared to join Dynamo

Five-week ordeal ends with FIFA issuing new international transfer certificate
Ngwenya cleared to join Dynamo
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Jonathan Kaplan / HoustonDynamo.com

Forward Joseph Ngwenya has been ruled eligible to join the Dynamo by world governing body FIFA, Dynamo Chief Operating Officer Chris Canetti confirmed Thursday morning. The ruling ends a five-week wait for the Dynamo after Ngwenya's last club, Turkish side Antalyaspor, denied Houston's request for Ngwenya's international transfer certificate. Ngwenya will be available for selection for Houston's game against D.C. United this Saturday at Robertson Stadium.

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PHOTOS: Get to know Tally Hall

See a photo gallery of the 25-year-old with the Dynamo
PHOTOS: Hall set for MLS debut

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Thomas B. Shea / Houston Dynamo

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Jonathan Yardley/HoustonDynamo.com

Goalkeeper Tally Hall is set to make his MLS debut for the Dynamo on Saturday against D.C. United, but he should be a familiar face to fans after appearing in seven competitive games and the Dynamo Charities Cup in 2009. In fact, Hall twice tied a club record with 10 saves in a single game. For a photo gallery of Hall's year-plus with the Dynamo, click below:

PHOTO GALLERY: Get to know Tally Hall

Dynamo 1, RSL 3 - postgame notes

Ching returns in disappointing loss
HOU 1, RSL 3 - postgame notes

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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo fell 3-1 to defending MLS Cup
champion Real Salt Lake Thursday night at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy,
Utah, finishing a stretch of four games in 13 days with a 2-2 mark. The
teams are now tied for second place in the Western Conference with 13
points each.

The Dynamo get a nine-day break before returning to action on Saturday,
May 22, hosting D.C. United at Robertson Stadium at 7 p.m. Houston will
also be at home on Saturday, May 29, against the Philadelphia Union,
before playing two road games and then breaking for the group stage of
the World Cup.

Saborío leads RSL by Houston

Salt Lake breaks eight-game winless streak against Dynamo
Saborío leads RSL by Houston
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Robbie Findley scored his first goal of the season just days after being named to the national team’s 30-man roster, and Alvaro Saborio added a brace to lift Real Salt Lake over the Houston Dynamo 3-1 Thursday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.

Match Preview: Dynamo at Real Salt Lake

Dynamo looking for consistency in Thursday night road game
Match Preview: RSL-HOU
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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

The basics

Real Salt Lake (3-3-1, 5th in the Western Conference) vs. Houston Dynamo (4-3-1, 2nd in the Western Conference)

8 p.m. CT, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy UT
Houston leads the all-time series with a 7-2-4 record against Real Salt Lake.

Broadcast info

ESPN2
ESPN Deportes
SportsTalk 790 (7:15 p.m. pregame)
La Ranchera 850 (7:30 p.m. pregame)

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