MLS Regular Season
Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall underwent reconstructive surgery today for a ruptured ACL in his right knee.
The surgery was performed by team physician Dr. Timothy Sitter at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital. Hall is expected to miss the remainder of the 2014 season.
Hall appeared in 24 matches in 2014, posting seven shutouts. The two-time MLS All-Star is in his sixth season with the Dynamo, and was named team MVP after the 2013 season.
Tyler Deric loves to watch video of goalkeepers in action. On Saturday he will get the chance to add to his own personal highlight reel when the Dynamo host the Montreal Impact at BBVA Compass Stadium (7:30 p.m. CT; TICKETS).
Tyler Deric has seen spells in the spotlight before.
Since signing with the Houston Dynamo in 2009 as the club’s first Homegrown player, the 26-year-old goalkeeper has studied behind two All-Star caliber starters, Pat Onstad and Tally Hall, while getting chances in tournament play and spot duty.
Eddie and Sebastian chat about the win over Sporting KC, Tally Hall's injury, the potential of Tyler Deric and much, much more.
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Steph recaps a dramatic Dynamo win over Sporting Kansas City and reflects on the unfortunate injury to Tally Hall.
Continuity on the field despite a change in goal is the target for the Dynamo this Saturday as they host the Montreal Impact knowing they will be without one of their stalwarts for the rest of the year.
The Houston Dynamo announced Tuesday that starting goalkeeper Tally Hall will miss the remainder of the MLS season with a torn ACL in his right knee, suffered during the team’s win over Sporting Kansas City last Friday night.
Heading down the stretch with a lead on the road is situation the Houston Dynamo have not been in much this season.
Coming into Friday night’s game at Sporting Kansas City, the club had just one road win to their name — a May 3 result against lowly Chivas USA. For the first time since then they found themselves with a lead to protect against a rival in a hostile environment.
It hasn’t been a consistent weapon all season but when they needed it Friday night, the Houston Dynamo down reached for a reliable weapon: the set piece.