MLS Regular Season
The Houston Dynamo know they will have their hands full as the New York Red Bulls come to town on Saturday with their newest
designated player, Thierry Henry, seeking to make his MLS debut.
Henry put together two solid
performances for New York in a pair of exhibitions last week, when he partnered with
Macoumba Kandji. However, the likely
pairing against Houston will include Henry and Juan Pablo Angel.
All-time record: New York leads 4-2-5 (3-2-4 regular season)
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“This is one that we just have to throw away,” said midfielder Brad Davis. “We’ve been doing it all year - hurting ourselves - and that’s what we did again here tonight.”
Houston Dynamo went down to a 3-0 defeat to the Eastern Conference-leading
Columbus Crew Saturday night in Columbus, Ohio, completing an exhausting
stretch of four games in 10 days. The Dynamo now get a much-needed week off
before hosting New York on Saturday, July 31, at Robertson Stadium.
Emilio Renteria capitalized on an error by goalkeeper Tally Hall in the first half, and the Columbus Crew took advantage of the short-handed for two late scores in a comfortable 3-0 victory on Saturday at Crew Stadium.
With the Houston Dynamo
currently on the outside looking in at the playoff race, every match
becomes that much more critical, including Saturday night’s showdown with
the Columbus Crew, the top team in the Eastern Conference.
Columbus Crew coach Robert Warzycha knows just what it's like to play
three games a week.
Columbus endured a draining 0-0 tie in the heat and humidity at Houston on
July 10 and then used the same lineup for a midweek 1-0 home loss to Kansas
City. Warzycha tweaked the first XI this past Saturday vs. New York, most
notably with the insertion of forward Emilio Renteria, and
the Crew responded with their most complete game of the season in a 2-0
All-time record: Series tied 2-2-5. Crew lead 2-1-1 in Columbus.
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The Houston Dynamo officially announced on Thursday that former Revolution midfielder Steve Ralston will join the team as an assistant coach.
who served as a player-coach for AC St. Louis earlier this year,
retired before New England's final SuperLiga game against Morelia on
Tuesday. The MLS original will be taking the place of longtime
assistant John Spencer, who left the Dynamo last week for personal