Three things to consider between the Dynamo and FC Dallas today

It’s the only time these two teams will meet this year so you don’t want to lose for that very reason alone. A new optimism is in Dallas with new manager Oscar Pareja while in Houston the Dynamo after two wins look to rebound after a loss at Vancouver.

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1.) Experience v. youth
The Dynamo will have more experience on the field today against FC Dallas and that should help them in a “derby”. The likes of Ricardo Clark, Brad Davis, Boniek Garcia in midfield will set the tone.
One should keep an eye on Davis to see how long he can go after playing for the US against Mexico this past Wednesday. Boniek Garcia was suffering from an illness and was less than effective against Vancouver so expect more from him today.
Ricardo Clark got his first goal of the year but he will need to keep track of Argentine Mauro Diaz in midfield.

2.) Bruin/Barnes
Time for this partnership to get back on track and home would be the perfect place. Barnes had a great early chance in Vancouver but after that seemed to be playing wide at the corner flag for large portions of the match.
Bruin had limited chances and cited the congestion that Vancouver had around their penalty area. One way to alleviate that would be for the Dynamo to get the game’s first goal today. Something tells me these two will get it going today as one!

3.) Perez/Diaz/Castillo
They have scored 6 of the 9 FC Dallas goals.
Blas Perez is a striker who is strong, good in the air and knows his way around the penalty area. Fabian Castillo is lightning quick and making plays which is something that he did not do a year ago. His knifing runs between outside backs and center backs can be lethal.
Finally, Mauro Diaz represented River Plate in Argentina 70 times and is the March MLS player of the month. Quick, skilled and dangerous in tight areas he makes plays of difference.
Limiting his time on the ball is essential today for the Dynamo.

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Comments

  1. Tinman says:

    Outplayed and out coached two weeks in a row.
    The Dynamo deserve everything they got.
    Yes the ref is a joke but he does not play. The Dynamo played with little heart.

  2. Tinman says:

    Two more things that did not sit well.
    We waited to long to use our subs.not trying to win but playing it out till the net match.
    Why play Davis, u know he wants to play but he is no young rooster, this is not Dom first rodeo.
    Hope he is not too hurt .

  3. JC_Austin says:

    I don’t think we were outcoached. At least not in this match. I think Dom has very little to work with on the bench. When Davis is not firing on all cylinders we suffer horribly. No one can replace him and that worries me. We need alternatives. Ownby never produced (and now he’s on loan) Boniek needs a partner and Cascio is barely getting into the mix. When will we sign a couple of good creative replacements in midfield? How many years after the “Go Big” statement from up top? We got Boniek and that’s it. I don’t want them to sign a Prima Donna who’s close to retirement. That will mess up our chemistry. We need a couple of good players who can create spaces and take the ball to the last 1/4. Alternatives for when DAvis and Boniek are out.

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