Hear updates from Matt Jordan, Michael Lisch and Zach Steinberger from after Thursday's training session.
The Pulp takes you behind the scenes of the 1st day of 2015 training camp. Hear from Matt Jordan & several fans on their expectations for the upcoming season and what they're looking forward to the most.
For the first time in four years, Will Bruin’s got a set of fresh eyes on him, and the forward is looking to take full advantage.
After spending his professional career to date under Dominic Kinnear, Bruin is now under the watch of new Houston Dynamo boss and former EPL forward Owen Coyle, and Bruin is looking to turn a new perspective into a leap forward on the field.
Leonel Miranda flew into Houston this week with a firm target in mind.
“I’ve come to win. That’s what I like to do. I don’t want to lose. My vision for the MLS season is to raise that trophy,” the winger told HoustonDynamo.com on Wednesday after his first full training session since he joined on a season-long loan from Argentinian giants Independiente.
Watch as the Dynamo open their 2015 preseason camp at Houston Sports Park.
Entering the 14th campaign of his professional career, Brad Davis is used to seeing fresh faces on the field when preseason training begins. This time the man directing the sessions is a new arrival as well, adding to the anticipation as the 2015 MLS season draws closer.
Owen Coyle led his first training session as Houston Dynamo manager on Monday, running his team through fitness drills and a bit of possession work in front of a big crowd at Houston Sports Park.
More important than the mechanics of the session, however, was Coyle’s message: A two-pronged approach emphasizing team unity and the need for players to express themselves.