Houston Dynamo

2nd Conference West | 7-6-3
  • Goals For
    29 GF
  • Assists
    18 GA
  • Shots
    122 Shots
  • Saves
    42 SAV
  • Deshorn Brown makes D.C. United debut in victory over Atlanta
    Washington Post

    Deshorn Brown makes D.C. United debut in victory over Atlanta

    One day after joining his new club, Deshorn Brown made his D.C. United debut Wednesday with a 28-minute effort against Atlanta United. The Jamaican forward was waiting to enter the match when Patrick Nyarko scored a magnificent goal from 17 yards, a volley that propelled D.C. into the lead — and ultimately to a 2-1 victory — but also eased the pressure on Brown to produce some magic with just one training session under his belt. “The coach asked me [Tuesday] if I was ready for some minutes,” he said. “I told him I was ready. I’m still getting my fitness, but I’m happy I got out there.” United acquired Brown through the MLS allocation order list Tuesday, moving from No. 9 to No. 1 in a trade with

  • Scouting Report: Three keys against Houston
    Big D Soccer

    Scouting Report: Three keys against Houston

    Do we want a repeat of last year? Do we want to get beat by the Dynamo? No? Then what can Dallas do to beat the orange guys? H is for Home Record Houston have been a different team home and away this season. On the road, Houston are bad, as we have seen first-hand. At home Houston slaughter their opponents. Houston consistently beat teams by four goals at home. So, this is going to be a big game for Dallas. Can they hold attacking teams off? Potential Lineup Houston will likely miss DeMarcus Beasley for this game. GK: Tyler Deric; LB: Dylan Remick; CB: Leonardo, Adolfo Machado; RB: AJ De La Garza; CM: Alex, Ricardo Clark, Juan Cabezas; RW: Mauro Manotas; LW: Romell Quioto; FW: Cubo Torres Key

  • #COLvLA: Highlights, stats, and post-game quotes
    Burgundy Wave

    #COLvLA: Highlights, stats, and post-game quotes

    While the Colorado Rapids did not finish this home stretch undefeated, they did pick up a solid nine points along the way. After a quick trip to Atlanta on Saturday, they come home for two more games against the Houston Dynamo and the Seattle Sounders. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. I missed most of the game last night, and haven’t had a chance to re-watch the whole thing yet, but what I did see of the second half was not pretty. Coming into this match, the LA Galaxy were the best in MLS on the road and the worst in MLS at home. We knew it was going to be a tough one, but given the Rapids’ home win streak, I still had high hopes. Unfortunately, it was not to be, as Jack McBean got his