The Houston Dynamo since arriving from San Jose seven years ago continue to be the standard bearer of winning in Houston.
The Dynamo own a remarkable overall record of 121-85-89 since arriving in Houston for the 2006 season. Now beginning their eighth season, the men in orange have posted an 87-62-71 regular season record including a 25 game home unbeaten streak, second best in MLS history. In that time, Head coach Dominic Kinnear has led the Dynamo to four MLS Cup championship appearances including consecutive appearances in 2011 and 2012. The Dynamo won back-to-back MLS Cups in 2006 and 2007.
Last season not only did the Dynamo make its annual run to the Cup but the Dynamo Reserve Squad took top honors in the MSL Reserve Laegue winning the Central/Mountain Division. The Dynamo also took first place in the CONCACAF Champions League group.
Striker Will Bruin (12G, 4A) returns for his third season to lead an offense that netted 48 goals and led the MLS in set piece goal conversion. Team captain Brad Davis the Dynamo's all-time record holder in games played (238), minutes (18409) and assists (88) returns for his 11th season. Oscar Boniek-Garcia acquired by the Dynamo in mid-season of 2012 will anchor a dynamic and fleet-footed that includes a healthy Giles Barnes, Luis Camargo and Ricardo Clark. Corey Ashe returns from injury and will join Bobby Boswell and jermaine Taylor as the last line of defense infront of goalie Tally hall.
All in all it adds up to another Dynamo squad posied for another strong run to the Cup.
Watch for the following dates and stories;
Friday March 1, 2013 - Preview of the Dynamo's season opener against DC United.
Saturday March 2, 2013 - Re-cap of the Dynamo - DC United season opener