Tuesday Orange Slices: Houston Continues Good Form

TORONTO, CANADA - JULY 28: Terry Dunfield #23 of the Toronto FC shakes hands with Adam Moffat #16 of the Houston Dynamo after MLS game action July 28, 2012 at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Brad White/Getty Images)

Dynamo News

  • Dynamo beat Toronto with goals from Brian Ching and Calen Carr. It was the first win ever in Canada. (Houston Dynamo)
  • Match Stats: Houston vs. Toronto: Houston had a 60% share of the possession. (Houston Dynamo)
  • "Posession and midfield control key to Dynamo success at BMO." (Houston Dynamo
  • Dynamo in negotiations to bring back Ricardo Clark, who just agreed to terminate his contract at Eintracht Frankfurt and is looking for a new home. (Houston Dynamo)
  • A statistical look at Houston's 18 game home-unbeaten streak. "Over the last 18 home games, the Dynamo have averaged 57% possession." (Houston Dynamo)
  • "Notebook: Reinforcements keep Houston on track" (Houston Dynamo)
  • "The Dynamo finalized an agreement with Clark, pending the receipt of an international certificate." (Houston Chronicle)
  • Dynamo continue good form by defeating TFC on the road. (Glenn Davis Soccer)
  • "Time to think of Dynamo and Red Bulls/ How it all changed!" (Glenn Davis Soccer)
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