Ashe yellow poses questions for Dynamo and Kinnear

The Montreal series will be telling when it comes to the left back position for the Houston Dynamo.

I have picked up a website of administrative stadiums out of this necessity. Securities and exchange commission.

Cory Ashe lost emotional control picked up a yellow and left himself open to get a second one which is exactly what happened in the Dynamo/Red Bull matches.

Ashe now is not available for tomorrow afternoon’s clash with Sporting KC after picking up another in the dramatic win over the Red Bull. Everyone including I love the “edge” that Ashe brings to games but in this case it has been a negative.

So what to do at the left back position since Jermaine Taylor likely would have been the automatic choice having performed and played well there.

I hear alot of people talking about this but do you really want to break up the Clark/Creavalle partnership in midfield that solidified this team at the end of the season and helped to turn results?

Mike Chabala has played left back and has filled in before and would then have to combine with Brad Davis to secure a left side of the field that will see alot of playmaker Graham Zusi of Sporting.

Now here is a good comparison. Look how New York had to move Tim Cahill to a midfield role to protect the back four and bring strength to the aerial game without Jamison Olave.
Truly this weakened the Red Bull vs. the Dynamo and kept Cahill farther away from the goal for large portions of the night.
Where is the best area to concede? Midfield or left back?

What move is the best in your mind or is there another alternative?

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  1. Mark Jacob says:

    I think you put Chabala for Ashe and keep everybody else in their same positions. Keeping everybody else in their positions help continuity. The more players you move the more potentials and errors for those playing out of position.

  2. cory says:

    Go unorthodox. Andrew Driver. He is fast, tenacious, pugnacious and technically adept. We can’t afford Chabala and Brunner pairing up side by side. To slow and too clumsy the two of them are.

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