The Dynamo have changed their formation under interim coach Wade Barrett, and it has helped them get a couple recent results
Tonight, D.C. United will be facing a Houston Dynamo side that looks a lot different than they have for most of the season. That's not really a surprise, given that the Dynamo have been sitting somewhere in MLS's bottom three for much of the year; it was time for a change.
We spoke with Nerdy Gales at Center Line Soccer to talk about the San Jose Earthquakes and the game ahead during a busy stretch for both sides.
The Houston Dynamo are coming off of a needed 2-0 win over rivals Sporting Kansas City and are hoping to begin their first winning streak of the season against the San Jose Earthquakes and their former manager Dominic Kinnear.
Dynamo acquire targeted allocation money from San Jose for Sarkodie.
On Friday the Houston Dynamo completed a sign-and-trade deal with the San Jose Earthquakes for targeted allocation money. In exchanged for the TAM the Dynamo signed and then traded defender Kofi Sarkodie.
The right back had spent five seasons with the Dynamo but was not currently on the roster for the Dynamo.
The new season is upon us and we've got the schedule and a list of a few notable games.
A new season is nearly upon us as the offseason is slowly transitioning into preseason. While the 2015 season marked the beginning of the Owen Coyle era, there were many holdovers from former head coach Dominic Kinnear.
After a fairly disappointing 2015 season, Owen Coyle and the Houston Dynamo will look to improve the side in order to compete in the talented Western Conference.
It's been well-publicized that the 2015 MLS campaign was less than perfect for the Houston Dynamo. A second straight playoff-less season was not what the club was looking for when they hired coach Owen Coyle to replace Dominic Kinnear.
In which Derek Stowers talks to us about DaMarcus Beasley, the Houston defense, and Dom Kinnear
D.C. United takes on the Houston Dynamo on Sunday at BBVA Compass Stadium. To preview the game, we got in touch with Derek Stowers from Dynamo Theory to get the lowdown on all things Orange (but not Oranje).
With Major League Soccer and the rest of American soccer kicking off in just over a week we've curated an impressive list of players, personalities, broadcasters, front office folk, and fans to have them tell us (and you) about their upcoming 2014 season.
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The Earthquakes are a much less terrible team to play than they used to be. No longer the Goonies or the Bash Brothers, under Dominic Kinnear the 'Quakes are more akin to a regular soccer team. However, the Sounders dispatched them at home, as they should, and a two-game home stand is successful for Seattle.
Seattle Sounders have the good fortune of facing San Jose Earthquakes while Sigi has near full selection of his forces and while San Jose gives up more than two goals a game on the road (9 goals against in 4 played). While the Rave Green are struggling a bit at home, they still allow less than a goal a game against.
Here's an opponentpreview from reader Martin Tomszak to tide you over until kick-off tomorrow at 6pm. The Earthquakes are opening their branding spankin' new digs at Avaya Stadium so the Fire will have yet another debut party to contend with in order to avoid to the club's first ever 0-3 start to a season.
San Jose Earthquakes President Dave Kaval discusses his team's new stadium and hiring Dominic Kinnear. In the second segment, we check back in with LA Galaxy right back Dan Gargan as he prepares for the MLS Cup Playoffs.
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On Thursday, the Revolution selected veteran forward Tristan Bowen in the first round of Stage Two of the Re-Entry Draft. Bowen was one of 14 players who were selected during both stages of the Draft. League rules state that the Revolution have seven days to sign him, but history suggests that it's a soft deadline.
The New England Revolutionkick of their MLS campaign this weekend in Houston, where the perennially potent Dynamo await. The match is set to take place on Saturday at 8:30 pm EST at BBVA Compass Stadium.
The hosts, who lost to the eventual MLS Cup winners Sporting Kansas City last season in the Conference finals, are hoping to return to theMLS Cup Finalby the end of the season after missing out on last year's championshipmatchfor the first time in three years.