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Monday Orange Slices: El Capitan Stays in Houston

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  • Thanks to a reckless red card to Benitez, a lucky goal from Bruin, a Moffat laser shot, and some luck Houston beats F.C. Frisco and retains El Capitan. (Houston Dynamo)
  • "While Dallas' runners were finding space behind the Dynamo defense, Houston eventually got a hold on the pace of the game. After seeing five shots before the 30-minute mark, the Dynamo pulled back possession and started to dictate the flow, which led to eventual success for the home side."(Houston Dynamo)
  • "Houston comes back from two-goal deficit to sweep First Team / Reserve League doubleheader" (Houston Dynamo)
  • Although Boniek Garcia was initially set to arrive early this week, paperwork has pushed back his arrival. He is still expected to be available for the game at home against Philadelphia on June 30. (Houston Dynamo)
  • "The first Texas Derby on Saturday night at BBVA Compass Stadium was much like the previous meetings of Lone Star rivals Dynamo and FC Dallas. There were blatant elbows, lots of shoving and one game-changing red card." (Houston Chronicle)
  • Canetti discusses the Boniek Garcia signing and dropped a hint for what's ahead in the a recent Canetti's Corner. "We are interested in making another addition during this summer's window and have held aside cap room for this purpose. Various opportunities are being explored at the moment." (Houston Dynamo)
  • Glenn Davis' thoughts on what Boniek Garcia can and should do for the Dynamo. (Glenn Davis Soccer)
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