The calendar has flipped to March which means our 5th professional sports league starts up.
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 […]
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Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall joins the Nate and Creight Show to talk about what else? the World Cup! They dig into this afternoon’s match between the U.S. and Portugal. They analyze how Germany beat Portugal, and discuss ways to grow the game of soccer in this country.
Houston Dynamo defender Mike Chabala joins the Sunday Brunch with Shaun and Alex to discuss the United States’ upcoming World Cup match this afternoon. They talk about the potential depth problems for the teams, and get into Jurgen Klinnsman’s coaching methods. Mike also tells us who he thinks is playing the best soccer right now!
CSN analyst Sabastian Salazar joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to talk some World Cup soccer. He talked about today’s game where the US team won out over Ghana. Salazar said Clint Dempsey really came through for his team today both with the early goal and staying in the game after a bloody nose. He also talked about Germany crushing Portugal in today’s game as well as the other elements of being in the so-called group of death. Salazar looked ahead to what the US team needs to do on Sunday to win again.
MLS commentator and former voice of the Dynamo, Jonathan Yardley joins Shaun Bijani and Alex Del Barrio to discuss the World Cup. They talk about Jurgen Klinsmann’s comments about USA winning, and get into the upcoming match with Ghana.
Chris Rolfe and Fabian Espindola scored in D.C. United’s 2-0 victory over the Houston Dynamo on Wednesday night.
They also assisted each other’s goals in the victory, United’s first against Houston in eight regular-season or playoff games in more than two years.
United (5-3-3) moved ahead of the Dynamo (5-6-2) and into second place in the Eastern Conference.
Sporting Kansas City has been in this situation before.