MLS Regular Season

Crew pad lead with 3-0 win over Dynamo

Hall blunder, Boswell red card doom Houston to seventh league game without a win
Dynamo fall to Crew 3-0


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Emilio Renteria capitalized on an error by goalkeeper Tally Hall in the first half, and the Columbus Crew took advantage of the short-handed Houston Dynamo for two late scores in a comfortable 3-0 victory on Saturday at Crew Stadium.

Lineup decisions loom for Dynamo

Goalkeeper, midfield rare uncertainties near end of busy stretch
Lineup decisions loom


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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.

Dynamo look to ride SuperLiga momentum

Houston players hoping for MLS results to match performances
Dynamo hope to ride SuperLiga


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After coming out of their SuperLiga group on top with two wins and a tie, the Houston Dynamo are hoping they can carry some of that momentum into their game this weekend against the Columbus Crew.

Crew know what to expect from Houston

Despite having busy schedule, the Dynamo will be a tough test for Crew
Crew ready for Houston


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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

Match Preview: Dynamo at Columbus

Match Preview: CLB-HOU


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

The basics

Columbus Crew (9-3-4, 31 points; 1st in Eastern Conference) vs. Houston Dynamo (5-7-4, 19 points; 6th in Western Conference)
Saturday, July 24, 6:30 p.m. CT
Crew Stadium, Columbus OH

All-time record: Series tied 2-2-5. Crew lead 2-1-1 in Columbus.

Broadcast info

KHOU 11.2
FOX Sports Houston Plus
TV Informa
SportsTalk 790 AM
La Ranchera 850 AM

Dynamo officially add Ralston as assistant

Manager Dominic Kinnear welcomes former teammate into fold
Dynamo add Ralston to staff

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

Dynamo hire Ralston as assistant coach

MLS all-time assist leader joins Houston staff
Dynamo hire Ralston

Major League Soccer assist leader Steve Ralston, one of the
league’s top players over the last 15 years, will join the Houston Dynamo
coaching staff as an assistant to head coach Dominic Kinnear, it was announced
today. Ralston, who announced his retirement from the New England Revolution
following their SuperLiga match Tuesday, is expected to join the Dynamo in time
for Saturday’s road match against the Columbus Crew.

5 Minutes with ... Tyler Deric

Getting to know the Dynamo goalkeeper
5 Minutes with ... Tyler Deric


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Teddy Tran / Houston Dynamo

Dynamo goalkeeper Tyler Deric, the first home-grown player ever signed from the Dynamo Academy, took some time to answer some questions for to let Dynamo fans get to know him a little better.

HD: What do you like to do in your free time?

TD: I’m a big movie
guy. With my day off yesterday, I
watched four movies. I also like to hang out with friends and am currently building a deck.

HD: What type of movies do you like?

Landín finds new home with Atlante

Recently released by Houston, former DP heads home to Mexico
Landín signs with Atlante

It didn’t take long for former Houston Dynamo designated player Luis Landin to find a home again in Mexican soccer.

After he was cut by the Dynamo earlier this week, Atlante announced on Friday they have signed the player to a one-year contract, just before the close of the signing period in Mexico.

“It was a tough time in my life,” Landín told Mexican daily Record about his seasons in Houston. “I am not coming back [to Mexico] to shut anyone up, but I’m going to work hard so that my work can show for itself.”

Henry likely to make MLS debut in Houston

French forward, announced today as Red Bulls’ DP, expected to play in Houston on July 31
Henry in Houston on July 31

Thierry Henry will wear #14 for the Red Bulls.

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Major League Soccer’s newest international star, French
forward Thierry Henry, is scheduled to make his league debut in Houston on July
31 when the Houston Dynamo host the New York Red Bulls, it was announced today.

The signing of Henry, a prolific scorer for the French
national team and several high-powered European clubs, was announced today by
the Red Bulls. Houston will host New York on Saturday,
July 31, at Robertson Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the match are available
at or by calling (713) 276-7500.

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