While there still hasn't been any official word on Tally Hall's knee injury from Friday's win over Kansas City tweets from Sebastian Salazar don't sound too positive.
Sensing from #Dynamo that team is fairly pessimistic re: Tally Hall's knee injury. Hall not at prax, underwent tests on knee this AM. #MLS— Sebastian Salazar (@SebiSalazarCSN) September 1, 2014
"We're mentally preparing for Tyler [Deric] to be in goal and go the rest of the way for us" - #Dynamo captain Brad Davis this morning. #MLS— Sebastian Salazar (@SebiSalazarCSN) September 1, 2014
Hall collided with Aurelien Collin as both went up for an aerial ball during the game Friday. Athletic trainers came out on the field and looked at Hall's knee appearing to check the stability of the knee. He stayed in the game initially, but he was unable to finish it out and back up Tyler Deric came in to the game in the 80th minute.
If he is unable to play Tyler Deric will be the teams go to keeper. A Houston Academy product Deric has played in two games for the Dynamo this season. Deric started in the May 6th game against Sporting Kansas City.
Dynamo third string goalkeeper Michael Lisch has been recalled from the Pittsburgh Riverhounds.
**UPDATE PART II**
JUST IN: Tally Hall has suffered a ruptured ACL in his right knee. He is expected to undergo surgery at @HoustonMethodist on Friday.— HoustonDynamo (@HoustonDynamo) September 2, 2014
According to a tweet from Hall he will be out for 6-9 months.Tyler Deric will likely be the starter for the rest of 2014 for the Dynamo.