Giles Barnes, Adam Moffat and Brad Davis share their thoughts leading into Saturday's match against Toronto FC.
Dynamo broadcast Glenn Davis is back on the air Thursday night with a new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College, and you can join him live at Bar Munich! The show will air on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM from 7-9 p.m.
Dynamo midfielder Andrew Driver will join Glenn for the first hour, and right back Kofi Sarkodie will be there for the second hour. Get caught up on all the latest news and opinions on your Houston Dynamo!
The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
A huge match atop the Eastern Conference is ahead on Wednesday night as the Montréal Impact play host to the Houston Dynamo at Stade Saputo. The Impact still lead the Eastern Conference despite returning to action last weekend with a 2-0 loss at the Columbus Crew. The Dynamo sit in a logjam just four points back of the Impact, their last league match coming nearly three weeks ago in a 1-1 draw with Columbus.
Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell (C), Taylor, Ashe; Driver, Moffat, Creavalle, Clark; Bruin, Barnes
Subs: Deric, Brunner, Chabala, Camargo, Ching, Cummings, Weaver
Montreal Impact: Perkins; Brovsky, Ferrari, Nesta, Camara; Pisanu, Bernier (C), Felipe, Nyassi; Paponi, Di Vaio
Subs: Bush, Iapichino, Lefèvre, Warner, Smith, Romero, Wenger
We want you to be able to watch your Dynamo, so we're happy to announce that MLS Live is offering 30% off the first month of a monthly subscription ($10.49) until 10:00 PM CT on June 29.
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Tally Hall and Kofi Sarkodie preview their match against the Eastern Conference-leading Montreal Impact.
The Dynamo have made it through the first round of Houston Business Journal's Social Madness contest. The contest measures which company has the best social media engagement, and we know that our fans are the best.
We want to thank all of the fans for voting and staying engaged with us, but now we need even more of your help to get the Dynamo into the third round of the tournament.
Take a few seconds to show your support for the team by voting for the Dynamo online in the large category section and interacting with us on social media! Voting is open June 18-24.
It was a standout performance for Dynamo forward Brian Ownby, as he led the Richmond Kickers to a shutout 4-0 victory over Antigua Barracuda FC on Friday, June 14. Ownby helped the Kickers remain undefeated in USL Pro play with two goals of his own.
With the Kickers already up 1-0, Ownby put the game further out of Antigua's reach in the 56th minute of the match, capitalizing on a deflected ball from an opposing defender (3:25 in the video below). His second goal of the night came about in the 77th minute of the match (4:00 in the video below), giving Richmond a three goal lead. Ownby found the ball because of his fortunate placement and good timing, having only the goalkeeper standing in his way.
The goals were Ownby's second and third of 2013 for Richmond to go alongside four assists on the year.
Richmond's next match is this Saturday, June 22 at 6 p.m. CT against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Reserves.
The Houston Dynamo showed their support for the fallen firefighters of stations 51 and 68 last week by visiting both stations. The team participated in drills, talked with the firefighters and offered them tickets to the Dynamo's upcoming home game this Saturday, June 22 vs. Toronto FC.
The game is dedicated to the firefighters who lost their lives in the May 31 fire. Fans can show their support by purchasing a special ticket package, with proceeds benefitting the 100 Club Survivors Fund.