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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 […]
The Houston Dynamo will be hoping to send their captain to Brazil this summer for the 2014 World Cup. Brad Davis was named to the US Soccer World Cup preliminary roster on Monday. The 30 man roster is the final 30 that head coach Jurgen Klinsmann will whittle down to 23 for the trip to Brazil.
The Houston Dynamo are finally ready for some home cooking. A tough stretch of road games that saw the Dynamo go 0-2-1 on the east coast trip and get out scored 6-0 in those three games.
The Dynamo return home Sunday to face the Portland Timbers at BBVA Compass Stadium and look to get their first win in over a month, since beating the Montreal Impact 1-0 on March 15th.
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Brad Davis and Tally Hall of the Houston Dynamo have been called to Carson, California by U.S. National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann for the Men’s National Team world cup camp.
As the longest tenured and one of the original Dynamo, you would have expected midfielder Brad Davis to know better Saturday.