Hainault chooses Scottish Premier League over MLS

Andre Hainault is officially making the move to the Scottish Premier League.
Now you likely already know this. Is the move to 11th place Ross County an upwardly mobile move for Hainault?

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He debuted for the Dynamo at left back off the bench on May 3, 2009 against NE coming on for then captain Wade Barrett now an assistant for the Dynamo.

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In 2011 Hainault was the Dynamo team mvp defender and was generally seamless in moving in and out of any position in the back four.
He has appeared for the Dynamo over 100 times and was an unused sub in the MLS Cup final against the LA Galaxy but had ups and downs in 2012.

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His versatility may have hurt him but this past season and he struggled at times which may have had more to do with a heavy work load representing Canada internationally as well.
The emergence of defenders Jamaican Jermaine Taylor and Kofi Sarkodie plus the acquisition of Eric Brunner from the Portland Timbers must also be factored in to the equation.
Hainault played 2035 minutes starting 24 times and appearing 25 times for the Dynamo registering 2 goals and 3 assists.
Only Tally Hall, Will Bruin, Brad Davis, Bobby Boswell, Jermaine Taylor, and Cory Ashe played more minutes in 2012.

His next destination of northern Scotland is a cold windy place and this for me is curious move for Hainault who moves on a free transfer.
Ross County is not bathing in the trappings of wealth either so one could wonder why Hainault did not elect to seek MLS employment either with the Dynamo or other clubs.

Hainault will play for coach Derek Adams who led the “Staggies” into the Scottish Premier League after gaining promotion last season.
They currently are 11th out of 12 teams and play in a 6300 seat Victoria Park.
The club was founded in 1929.

Hainault had impressive moments over the years for the Dynamo and was an asset in the community as well!
Ironically it was Hainault who scored the opening goal of 2012 which led to a road win at Chivas USA.

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  1. R. Sey says:

    I, for one, hate to lose Andre Hainnault. I wish him well but I do wish he was in Dynamo orange. I do not understand his move but that is a personal point of view for him, I guess. We need more depth on the left side and I guess Coach K. decided he was not the one for them. I am sure that not starting played a major part of the move. I wonder if he lost his starting spot due to his wish to go overseas?? I was baffled when Sarkodie just stepped in and stayed. Andre had a few problems but if it was part of his heavy work load re national team, couldn’t the coaches just tell him that and reach an agreement? Perhaps he wanted to move on more than stay? Wish I knew…but, no matter what, GOOD LUCK to him!

  2. Ace says:

    I hate seeing Andre go as well.

    Andre’s weakness was his speed and lack of effectiveness in helping the attack during the run of play. The team is now dependent on getting offensive help forward through overlapping play of the outside backs This league is opening up and getting faster every day. Andrew is a good center back but not as good as Taylor. He was not a good pairing with Bos because Bos is slow. He would have alot of competition to play at any spot and I can’t blame him for going to a situation where he might be better fit and get more playing time (along with more money and the fun experience of playing in Scotland). I’m sure starring in Scotland will help his chances with Canada’s national team as well as opposed to less potential playing time here.

    Andre’s strength is being an absolute beast in the air and tough as nails tackler. I never ceased to marvel at his ability to adjust his body and head in mid air while being shoved by the opposing players to win almost every heading duel! He had a nice mean streak and hard tackle in him that made opposing players respect him as well. Super good guy and he pitched in needed set piece goals for us (some critical ones during playoffs). Andrew was a great versatile player and super person he will be missed.

    I predict he will be very successful in Scotland and I will be following his exploits closely.

    Thanks and Good Luck Andrew!


  3. Tinman says:

    We let the wrong player leave. Andrew was a ball hawk in the air and added grit to the defense. The Dynamo staff picked the wrong player to put on the bench this year.
    Good luck Andrew, the dynamo should have treated u better.

  4. glenndavis says:

    Dynamo have told me they wanted Andre back but who knows at what price etc? Seems he was intent on going to Scotland but this is a league with huge troubles and decline . Not to mention the fact that Rangers who bring crowds etc. to the league are not involved.
    I hope it works out for Andre as he has had many excellent moments for the Dynamo.
    I am working on getting him on tonight radio show to talk about the move and give him an opportunity to explain situation from his side.

  5. R. Sey says:

    I hope he does come on the show. I need to hear the whys and wherefores of his move, if he is willing to say. Good points, Ace about the playing time and the Canada team. I am sure there are multiple points to all this.
    Now, new topic, please! Glenn, any news on Calen Carr, surgery, mental outlook, etc?! We are hurting for him personally as he was just really starting to click and show what he KNEW he could do only to sustain a huge setback. Hard on the team but devastating for him. Really just hurt for the man. Any news? There is nothing coming out on the Dynamo site.

  6. JAKE says:

    Dissapointed that he is leaving, playing in Europe can be a stepping stone for a bigger club.

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