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Technically Speaking: #NEvHOU

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall dissects the Revolution's latest performance.

Have a question for Rick? Feel free to ask in the comments section!

NESoccerToday: How hard is it for a player like Kelyn Rowe , an attacking player his entire career, to make the adjustment to left back?

Revs Out-duel Dynamo 2-0

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Kei Kamara and Juan Agudelo both scored after the break to send the Revolution to a 2-0 win over the Dynamo on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

Kamara opened the account in the 52nd minute after he was initially denied by Tyler Deric, who couldn't corral it before the Revolution striker sent it through on his second effort.

Heaps Sees Value in Loss to Houston

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It wasn't the scoreline Revolution coach Jay Heaps was shooting for, but given the circumstances, Wednesday's 2-0 loss to Houston was far from a wasted effort.

With veteran center backs Antonio Mlinar Delamea and Benjamin Angoua sorting out visa issues, defender Je-Vaughn Watson in camp with Jamaica, and Juan Agudelo recovering from facial surgery, Heaps wasn't able to field the kind of lineups used during the club's first trip to Arizona a few weeks ago.

Revs Drop 1st Preseason Loss to Dynamo

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Erick Torres unlocked a scoreless match just after the break to send the Revolution to a 2-0 loss to the Houston Dynamo in Matchday 1 of the Desert Diamond Cup tournament at Kino Veterans Stadium in Tucson, Ariz. on Wednesday.

Torres dispossessed Revolution trialist Trevor Haberkorn inside the New England end and galloped toward goal before beating Brad Knighton in the 54th minute.

Technically Speaking: #HOUvNE

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Welcome back to the first installment of "Technically Speaking" for the 2016 season. If you're new to this feature, this is where our very own resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a deeper look into the Revolution's latest performance.

Five Things We Learned: #HOUvNE

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So much for the notion that the Revolution were simply going to roll over and die like they did in their previous pair of First Kick clashes.

It took all of three minutes for Diego Fagundez to uncork what was probably the best Revolution goal you'll see all year on matchday one while Daigo Kobayashi opened his account with the locals a particularly opportune moment to cap Sunday's 3-3 draw in dramatic fashion.

Five Questions: #HOUvNE

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The Dynamo that the Revolution will face on Sunday are not your older brother's Dynamo. Or your older sister's, for that matter.

The side that coach Owen Coyle trots out on Sunday won't have Brad Davis in tow. Instead, they'll have Cristian Maidana and Andrew Wenger (both of Philadelphia Union "fame," if there is such a thing), as well as newly acquired Collen Warner.

The Warm Up: #HOUvNE

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Don't look now, but season 21 of New England Revolution soccer is upon us, and with it, a chance forredemption tolls.

The recent past (see: 2015's fifth-place finish) is dead and buried. The future? Well, the locals will have plenty of opportunities to resurrect the notionthat they're a bonafide power in the Eastern Conference.

Bunbury Scores, Assists in Win

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Teal Bunbury scored the opening goal, then assisted on the winner to help the Revolution claim a 2-1 victory over the Dynamo on during Round Three of the Desert Diamond Cup tournament at Kino Stadium in Tucson, Ariz. on Wednesday.

Bunbury, who collected his first goal of the preseason on Saturday against Sporting Kansas City, tallied in the 48th minute after collecting a deflected ball along the left channel and chipping keeper Joe Willis for the breakthrough.

PHOTOS: #NEvHOU

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NESoccerToday.com photographer Kari Heistad (capturedimages.biz) brings you the scenes from Saturday's soggy win for the Revolution, who beat the Dynamo 2-0 on the back of goals from Jose Goncalves and Juan Agudelo.

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Five Things We Learned: #NEvHOU

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After enduring not one, but two, lengthy delays due to lightning, the Revolution rewarded the hearty holdovers by scoring on each side of midnight to secure a 2-0 win over the Dynamo, thus extending their modest unbeaten streak to four.

What did we learn from Saturday's/Sunday's match?

Player Ratings: #NEvHOU

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No doubt it was an eventful start to the game with Mother Nature dominating early, then again at halftime,by lighting up the sky above Gillette Stadium before the Revolution scored twice late to claim a 2-0 win over the Dynamo. The game was delayed twice for a total of 170 minutes.

Gameday: #NEvHOU

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Welcome to Gillette Stadium, where the Revolution (8-9-7, 31 points) will face the Houston Dynamo (8-8-7, 31 points) for the first and only time this season. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm.

For live updates, be sure to follow @nesoccertoday on Twitter throughout the evening.

The Warm Up: #NEvHOU

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For the first time in club history, the Houston Dynamo will march into Gillette Stadium without Dominic Kinnear at the helm in Saturday's clash against the Revolution. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm.

The Dynamo, who are nowled by former Wigan Athletic managerOwen Coyle, enter the match on the heels of a 2-1 win over, incidentally, Kinnear and the San Jose Earthquakes.

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Match Day 29: Back Home

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After a week off after a stretch of five games in 15 days, Sporting Kansas City return to Children's Mercy Park and MLS action tomorrow when they welcome the Houston Dynamo for a Western Conference match up. Both teams have had their troubles this season, the Dynamo more so than Sporting, but the Dynamo have won both match ups between the two teams so far this season, both by two goals, a 2-0 league win back in May and a 3-1 win in the US Open Cup in late June.

Alex Lima ensures 2-1 Dynamo victory over Earthquakes

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Dynamo-SJ Earthquakes: Aug. 8, 2015

Seventy five minutes of dominance were almost wiped away in one instance Saturday night, silencing the BBVA Compass Stadium crowd and forcing the Dynamo to regroup against the shorthanded San Jose Earthquakes.

Fortunately for the Dynamo, Brazilian midfielder Alex Lima saved them from what would have been an embarrassing draw against the shorthanded Earthquakes.

Fire v Dynamo match preview

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Before we get to the match preview, I'd like to invite everyone to join me at FanKave this Friday night for a live chat/Q&A mobile watch party. Just download the app and join the Chicago Fire kave. We'll talk about the match, transfer window, and anything else soccer related. And now here's Martin Tomszak's look at the Houston Dynamo.

MLS takes back controversial red card issued to Dynamo’s Jermaine Taylor

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The Dynamo's Jermaine Taylor, left, had his controversial red card rescinded by the MLS. (Scott Halleran / Getty Images)

After an independent review, Major League Soccer rescinded the red card Jermaine Taylor was given last Saturday night.

Referee Kevin Stott gave Taylor a red card in the 77th minute of the 4-4 tie against Sporting Kansas City when the referee ruled that he handled the ball.

Dynamo release backup center back Oumar Ballo

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The Dynamo released backup center back Oumar Ballo, who didn't figure to contribute this year.

The Dynamo picked Ballo in the second round of the 2015 SuperDraft in January out of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.

"We'd like to thank Oumar for his professionalism and attitude during his time with the club," Dynamo general manager Matt Jordan said.

United prep for Dynamo visit as NYRB draw blues wear off

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Halsti, DeLeon participate in practice ahead of Saturday's game against Houston

With the performance and late game histrionics against the New York Red Bulls in the rear view mirror, D.C. United hit the newly laid turf practice field on Tuesday, in anticipation of this weekend's visit from their old Eastern Conference sparring partner, the Houston Dynamo.

Dynamo send two players to USL affiliate

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Houston Dynamo defender Oumar Ballo and midfielder Memo Rodriguez have joined the USL affiliate Charleston Battery on loan to begin the 2015 USL season.

The Battery are the USL affiliate of the Dynamo and opened the 2015 season with a 3-2 home win over Toronto FC II on Saturday. Rodriguez, an El Campo native, made his Battery debut in Saturday's 3-2 home win over Toronto FC II.

San Jose Earthquakes

Match Day 10: Houston Dynamo at San Jose Earthquakes

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Houston look to get an important three points on the road against San Jose.

From playing against a beloved former player to playing against a beloved former coach the Dynamo are hoping to repeat the success of last weekend. They are on the road for a mid-week matchup against the San Jose Earthquakes.

Houston Dynamo at San Jose Earthquakes Preview: Dynamo looking to start a win streak against Earthquakes

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After notching a long a waited win last weekend the Dynamo look to build on it against San Jose.

From playing against a beloved former player to playing against a beloved former coach the Dynamo are hoping to repeat the success of last weekend. They are on the road for a mid-week matchup against the San Jose Earthquakes.

The Rest

Revolution vs. Rapids: How to Watch Saturday’s Desert Diamond Cup Showdown

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Afternoon matchup to provide sneak peek of March 4 season opener.

In two short weeks, the Revolution and Rapids will kick off the 2017 MLS season in Commerce City, Colo. This afternoon, the two clubs will square off in a tune-up match during the FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup.

Both teams have already played an inaugural match in the tournament, with the Revolution falling to the Houston Dynamo and the Rapids drawing with Sporting Kansas City.

Match Day 13: Houston Dynamo at Vancouver Whitecaps

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Dynamo hit the road to take on the Vancouver Whitecap.

The season rolls on. Houston is making their second appearance in Vancouver this year to face a rejuvenated Whitecaps club. They do so without their head coach of the last year and a half; Owen Coyle. In a year that has seen highs and lows the loss of their head coach may find the Dynamo at their bottom.

Houston Dynamo at Chicago Fire Preview: Dynamo Seeking First Road Win of 2016

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Dynamo begin grueling road stretch with game against the Chicago Fire.

Houston will be playing league lagging Chicago on their home turf in what is the start of a rough couple months of road matches. Chicago is struggling in multiple facets but is hosting a Dynamo team which has rarely found success on the road the last few years.

Match Day 8: Houston Dynamo at Real Salt Lake

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The Dynamo are headed to Salt Lake City to face off against Real Salt Lake in the battle for three points.

The Dynamo will face Real Salt Lake just off of a 1-0 result against the Columbus Crew. A one point loss is not exactly a bad thing when facing the defending eastern conference champs at home but it's a result that the Dynamo have been seeing too much of.

Houston Dynamo Player Ratings vs. the Seattle Sounders

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The Dynamo saw their lead created by a Giles Barnes wonder-goal erased by a stoppage time Chad Marshall goal.

Quick Thoughts:

1) The difference between the first half and the second half had to represent a shift in tactics. The Dynamo sat back to defend a 1-0 lead the entire second half and a lapse by the defense caused by a mounting Seattle attack led to the team dropping 2 needed points at home.

Which team is the real Houston Dynamo?

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The Dynamo dropped back to back road games after a high scoring start to the season but which is the real Dynamo?

Fair or Foul?

Was it a foul or wasn't it? I have seen few (if any) arguments that the penalty that was awarded to the Whitecaps on Saturday night was the right call. Most felt that either it was questionable if Jalil Anibaba touched Masato Kudo and even more felt that Kudo had no chance at getting to the ball.

Houston Dynamo Player Ratings vs. New York Red Bulls

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The offense dominated again while the defense floundered in the Dynamo's 3-4 loss to the New York Red Bulls.

Quick Thoughts:

1) It is not acceptable to score 3 goals and give up 3 points - even on the road. This team can score in bunches, but they need to shore up defensively. Hopefully players returning to health could aid our ailing defense.

Houston Dynamo Player Ratings vs. the New England Revolution

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The Dynamo offense and Philly connection earned high marks in the first Player Ratings of the year, but the defense looked to have retained a few problems from last year in our 3-3 draw with the New England Revolution.

Quick Thoughts:

1) The Philly connection is paying off. Wenger and Maidana were among the most dangerous players on the field and our offseason acquisitions both were able to find the score sheet and provide plenty of opportunities.

Rapids Acquire Eric Miller From Montreal

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Colorado just announced that they've traded their natural first-round 2018 Superdraft pick and general allocation money to Toronto for defender Eric Miller.

Miller is a 23 year old outside back, mainly right back. He made 18 starts and 21 appearances as a rookie for Montreal in 2014 and 6 and 9 last year.

Dynamo trade Corey Ashe to Orlando City SC

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The Dynamo traded veteran defender Corey Ashe to Orlando City SC on Tuesday, according to a release from the club.

The Dynamo will receive general allocation money and a second-round selection in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft in exchange for Ashe, who appeared in 211 regular-season MLS matches in nine years in Houston.

Two Dynamo players named to 35-man U.S. Gold Cup roster

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Defender DaMarcus Beasley and midfielder Brad Davis of the Dynamo have been named to the 35-man provisional roster for the U.S. team in the upcoming Gold Cup. Beasley, who retired from international competition in December 2014 with 121 international caps, will be vying for a spot in his fifth Gold Cup.

The Sports Update: Dynamo GM Jordan welcomes Colombian forward

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Dynamo GM Matt Jordan is optimistic that Colombian forward Mauro Manotas can help the Dynamo.

Rain puts Dynamo-Manchester City match in doubt

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The storm that pounded Houston on Wednesday morning has prompted Dynamo officials to consider postponing Thursday night's match against English Premier League giants Manchester City in the Dynamo Charities Cup.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the match was still on schedule, but a final decision will be made later tonight.

Dynamo sign forward Mauro Manotas from Colombian first division

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The Dynamo have signed forward Mauro Manotas on transfer from Uniautónoma F.C. of Colombia's first division.

Manotas, who underwent a physical for the club in Colombia over the weekend, is the third young attacking player from North or South America to sign with the Dynamo since general manager Matt Jordan and coach Owen Coyle took over late last year.

Dynamo Kiev vs Everton 5-2 Europa League Highlights Yarmolenko Lukaku Jagielka Goals Video

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