MLS Regular Season

Help on the way for Houston Dynamo's defense with return of left back Corey Ashe

Dynamo defense hoping to have the experience, leadership of Ashe back in the lineup
Return of Ashe


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The Houston Dynamo could get a boost to their struggling defense with the possible return of Corey Ashe.

The starting left back has missed the past two games, including last weekend’s 4-2 defeat to Toronto FC, with injuries to his left knee. Head coach Dominic Kinnear said he’s feeling good about Ashe’s ability to play Saturday, also against Toronto (8 p.m. CT; TICKETS).

Brad Davis brings World Cup experience back to MLS as he continues one of his best seasons

Can Davis' scintillating form from Brazil lead the Dynamo back into the win column
On a roll
Brad Davis

Inspirational performances and consistent production got Brad Davis to Brazil. Now the Dynamo captain is aiming for more of the same for the rest of the season, fortified by a boost in self-belief that comes from representing his country on soccer’s greatest stage.

17 July 11:45 am

Dominic Kinnear, Kofi Sarkodie and Tally Hall preview Saturday's match with Toronto FC at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Houston Dynamo are eager for second chance against Toronto FC: "There’s obviously a bad taste in our mouths"

Back-to-back matches against TFC gives the Dynamo a chance for redemption
Sour taste
Toronto Rematch


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The Dynamo have an immediate chance to atone for their 4-2 loss at BMO Field last weekend when Toronto FC visit BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday (8 p.m. CT; TICKETS).

After scoring twice and creating several more good opportunities, Houston will look to maintain their attacking momentum but cut out the defensive errors that saw an early 2-0 lead evaporate.

Houston Dynamo not looking to transfer window as magic cure: "We have the ability to fix things"

Transfer windows provides options, but team not counting on a single move to turn things around
No quick fixes
Transfer window


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The summer transfer window has often been used by the Houston Dynamo to add a player or two to help a run to the playoffs. With the team giving up the most goals (38) in MLS and just now rounding into form in the attack, it’s a different situation.

As the team searches for answer, the window is an enticing time to see if there is a fix. That is not the outlook the club is taking, however.

14 July 3:53 pm

Eddie and Sebastian discuss Saturday's loss to Toronto, the rematch this weekend in Houston and the World Cup Final. Plus, your chance to win a Germany World Cup jersey!

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14 July 1:35 pm

The stars will be out on Saturday night when the Dynamo welcome Jermain Defoe, Michael Bradley and the rest of Toronto FC to BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night. Would you like to watch it for free? Sure you would. Our game is up for the MLS Stream of the Week against three other games, so if you can't make it out the stadium, you can catch it for free on


Houston Dynamo left disappointed with latest loss: "We have talked enough … it's time to get results"

Dynamo frustrated after relinquishing two goal lead on the road in Toronto
"It's time to get results"


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It has gone from bad to worse for the Houston Dynamo defense.

With their starting center backs in the fold and a two-goal lead thanks to a first half brace from Brad Davis, the club looked to be in good shape to get a positive out of their game against Toronto FC on Saturday.

It turned out to be too tall a task, as a combination of poor mistakes and missteps in defense turned the good start into a gut punch 4-2 loss to TFC that once again showed the team’s Achilles heel.

Match Recap: Toronto FC 4, Houston Dynamo 2

Dynamo fall in Toronto despite two-goal performance from Brad Davis
Recap: Toronto 4, Dynamo 2
Dynamo Recap

TORONTO — Toronto FC overcame a first half brace from Brad Davis to engineer a come-from-behind 4-2 victory over the Houston Dynamo in front of 22,591 in attendance at BMO Field on Saturday evening.

 After first half goals from Jonathan Osorio and Dominic Oduro, TFC Designated Player Jermain Defoe scored twice in the second half to lead the comeback.

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