Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Dynamo continue a great soccer tradition that is lost on many teams in America’s ‘major’ sports: changing their uniforms. It is very normal around the world for teams to […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – The Houston Dynamo are preparing to start off the 2015 season Saturday against the Columbus Crew at BBVA Compass Stadium. The team is hopeful the season will start on time despite […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Dynamo will see a little of their past in their future schedule. Major League Soccer released Houston’s 2015 schedule on Wednesday. It features Dominic Kinnear coming back to Houston to […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Dynamo have found their second ever head coach, Owen Coyle. Scottish born, Coyle brings English and Scottish experience at the highest league levels in both countries. “First and foremost […]
Houston Dynamo goal keepers Tally Hall has been traded to the expansion Olrando FC for the 2015 season. MLSSoccer.com first reported that the Dynamo and Orlando had agreed to the trade before Hall got injured, but continued their interest as the six year veteran rehabbed a torn ACL.
The Houston Dynamo have traded midfielder Warren Creavalle to Toronto FC in exchange for the No. 1 ranking in the MLS Allocation order. Multiple reports are saying the Dynamo are using that position in the allocation order to acquire US Men’s National Team right back DaMarcus Beasley from Puebla (Mexico).
Two of the top teams in the world will be heading to Houston to play an exhibition game this summer. Chivas from Guadalajara and AC Milan from Italy will play August 6th at NRG […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Dynamo have announced a partnership with BHP Billiton to include the company’s logo on Dynamo and Houston Dash jerseys. The new jerseys will be debuted as the MLS season […]
Brazil – (CBS HOUSTON): Houston Dynamo’s captain Brad Davis has waited his whole life to play in the World Cup. He will get his first chance Thursday as Davis will start at left midfield for […]
We want aggressive violent action, not the over-dramatic flopping of a four year old girl who’s overtired and cries of lifelong physical impairment because her older sister brushed flesh. Offer that girl a cookie and suddenly it’s “what pain?!” Soccer encourages this melodrama as if contact with an opposing player will require life-flight and most likely an organ transplant. But give that team the ball and suddenly it’s “what injury?!”
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in the NBA. Here’s your recap for the week ending March 11, 2013.