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July 1, 2009 | Mario Aguirre
Chivas USA Coach Preki demanded explanations, but police intervened. So Chivas left South Carolina without much opportunity to discuss lingering matters with officials after its 3-1 U.S. Open Cup loss Tuesday to the Charleston Battery. It was "a frustrating night" for Preki, whose club lost its sixth consecutive U.S. Open Cup match dating to 2005.
May 8, 2010
SERIES America's Worst Driver: The two-part season finale recognizes one motorist with a dubious title (10 and 11 p.m. Travel). Saturday Night Live: Betty White hosts this new episode with musical guest Jay-Z (11:29 p.m. NBC). SPECIALS Rescued: Soledad O'Brien hosts this special that chronicles the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake through the eyes of two orphans, Cendy and Marc Kenson, who were abandoned years ago by their parents but later taken in at the orphanage of an American missionary family (5 and 8 p.m. CNN)
November 18, 2007 | Grahame L. Jones, Times Staff Writer
There is a bizarre theory making the rounds in Major League Soccer that Steve Nicol and Dominic Kinnear are successful because they are Scottish. It surfaced again this week, when both coaches were asked why Scotland produces so many top-rate managers. "Fish and chips and haggis," said Kinnear, who guided the Houston Dynamo to last year's MLS title and has his team back in today's final against the New England Revolution at RFK Stadium in Washington.
November 19, 2007 | From the Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Houston Dynamo became the first team in a decade to successfully defend the Major League Soccer title when it rallied to beat the New England Revolution, 2-1, in the final Sunday in front of 39,859 at RFK Stadium. Midfielder Dwayne De Rosario's header from about eight yards in the 74th minute capped Houston's comeback from a goal down at halftime.
September 17, 2007 | Grahame L. Jones, Times Staff Writer
The team that Frank Yallop built and Dominic Kinnear honed to a fine edge clinched a Major League Soccer playoff spot Sunday evening. The Houston Dynamo -- once known as the San Jose Earthquakes but now known as the defending MLS champions -- did so by rolling over the Galaxy, 3-1, in front of 25,217 at the Home Depot Center.
October 29, 2006 | Grahame L. Jones, Times Staff Writer
It's not much in the way of bulletin board material, but it's all that the Houston Dynamo has provided. "I don't think they have players who can sit and defend a lead," Dynamo forward Paul Dalglish said last week. "They're an attacking team." "They" are the players of Chivas USA, who need only a tie today against Houston to advance to Major League Soccer's Western Conference final.
October 26, 2009 | Grahame L. Jones
It was when Dominic Oduro's shot in the 29th minute hit the back of the net Sunday afternoon that Chivas USA should have known it was all over. Oduro's first goal of the Major League Soccer season was also the Houston Dynamo's second of the game, and because it has been more than a year since Chivas last scored three goals in a game, Chivas was destined for defeat. To their credit, the Chivas players threw everything they had at Houston, but the Dynamo, MLS champion as recently as 2006 and 2007, ended up winning, 3-2, in Carson and will play the Seattle Sounders in the first round of the playoffs.
July 17, 2011 | By Matt Stevens
"Carmageddon" did nothing to stop Chivas USA fans from descending on Carson on Saturday night. By the time the teams hit the field at 7:30 p.m., most of the hysterical buildup had given way to the reality of mostly empty roads. Add free vuvuzelas and a special early entrance time to Chivas Town, and a sizeable crowd of around 14,000 showed up at the Home Depot Center eager to see the east's top team. So it was too bad the game provided so little excitement. Though both teams got their chances, Chivas and the New York Red Bulls mustered a 0-0 tie and only four total shots on goal, failing to reward fans who traveled against all recommendations.
May 5, 2013 | By Jim Peltz, Los Angeles Times
The give-away for fans at the Galaxy game Sunday night was a Landon Donovan bobblehead doll. But for Donovan, what mattered was the penalty kick that got away. Donovan failed to convert his second consecutive penalty kick and the Houston Dynamo defeated the Galaxy, 1-0, in front of 20,071 at a chilly Home Depot Center. BOX SCORE: Houston 1, Galaxy 0 The victory gave Houston some solace after the Galaxy defeated the Dynamo in the MLS Cup to win the league championship the last two years, with the Galaxy winning both titles at home.
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