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A season high crowd of 21,297 saw the New England Revolution draw with the Houston Dynamo. It was a result that did nothing for the Revs playoff hopes. With four games left New England are in sixth place with 41 points, leaving them one point out of the playoffs with four games to go. With [...]

The weather is turning cold, the playoffs are beginning and that is the sign for the Houston Dynamo’s to start winning games. A goal in each half by forward Will Bruin gave the Dynamo a 2-1 upset victory over the Chicago Fire in the Eastern Conference Knockout Round match at Toyota Park on Wednesday night. [...]

Rapids’ Erpen Worthy of Praise

The Colorado Rapids and the Houston Dynamo play this Saturday in an important match up for both teams. Colorado (3-3) sits in first place in the MLS Western standings five points ahead of Houston. The Rapids’ solid start to the 2008 season can be attributed to many factors. Chief among them has been the play [...]

De La Hoya Deal Close for Dynamo

As mentioned in the Dynamo season preview a few weeks ago, all reports indicate that “The Golden Boy” Oscar De La Hoya will soon become part owner of the two-time defending MLS Cup champion Houston Dynamo. According to recently published reports coming out of Houston, both De La Hoya and his business partner, Gabriel Brener, [...]

Galaxy Bow Out, Dynamo Roll In Early PPC Action

The inaugural Pan-Pacific Championship is currently being held in Hawaii, and the MLS have sent its best team and most famous player to the islands to mark the occasion. Of course, the most famous player did not fare as well as the nation’s best club. On Wednesday, the Dynamo thoroughly dominated Australia’s Sydney FC, while Japan’s Gamba Osaka dispatched [...]

Houston Dynamo 2008 Season Preview

Houston Dynamo 2007 Record: 15-8-7 (2nd in West) Coach: Dominic Kinnear (3rd Year) Key Players: Brian Ching, Dwayne De Rosario, Wade Barrett, Pat Onstad Key Pickups: Bobby Boswell (from D.C. United) Key Losses: Joseph Ngwenya (to SK Austria Karnten), Nate Jacqua (to SCR Altach) 2008 Outlook: Excellent Wow, did San Jose get screwed or what? [...]

Houston’s Three-Peat Chances Fading?

The Dynamo, known to some fans as “The Orange Crush”, may be in line to be “crushed” themselves by opponents in 2008 due to the impending loss of two forwards. Joseph Ngwenya, who scored the equalizer for Houston in last year’s MLS Cup victory, is headed to Austria to play for SK Austria Karnten. Meanwhile, [...]