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Dynamo Return Home on Saturday
Sunday, 05 April 2009

Updates for this week:

Dynamo v NYRB on Saturday 4/11

The Dynamo return to Robertson after two games on the road to face the New York Red Bulls on Saturday, April 11 at 7:30 pm. Come out and join the Texian Army in Section 231 to show that the most dedicated supporters give their best when the team needs it most. This game will be on national TV, so come out and help us show everyone what a difference passionate and committed supporters make for the Dynamo.

New Banners and Flags

The Texian Army will have a new display in Section 231 specifically for this game. Thanks to everyone who came out to the Mezz on Saturday to paint new banners for the NYRB game, as well as some new TA flags and player banners.

Pre-Game with TA

The Texian Army pre-game will start around 4:30 pm in the usual grassy area near Gate 1 in the Robertson lot. Come join us get ready for the game. We have new songs and chants for 2009, so check them out at the Chants page. Newcomers are always welcome. Don't worry if it's new to you. We'll help you get started.

Post-Game Party at the Mezz

The Mezz (US 59 & Greenbriar) hosts the Texian Army post-game party. Everyone's welcome (21+). The Mezz always has great drink and food specials and will also re-play the game. Come out to the Mezz after the game and hang out with your fellow Dynamo supporters.

TAtv - Episode 2 - Dynamo v Crew
Thursday, 26 March 2009

Texian Army TV - Episode 02 - Dynamo vs Crew 03/21/2009 from Texian Army TV - Yossarin on Vimeo.
Dynamo, Texian Army head to Cancún
Monday, 02 March 2009
After a disappointing 1-1 tie this past Tuesday, the Dynamo are now in Cancún to face the Atlante Potros in the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal series.

Despite the draw, neither team expects the upcoming game tomorrow night to be an easy win.

“Nothing is decided. Just like we tied (in Houston), they can do damage at the away game. It would be a grave error to think we’re in the semi-final,” said Atlante’s technical director José Guadalupe ‘el Profe’ Cruz.

The fact that no MLS team has won in Mexico didn’t sway Cruz. He acknowledged the Dynamo’s back-to-back championship success and complimented the team’s efforts.

“If we’re depending on history to play the game we could be very wrong. We can’t underestimate these teams on a club level or national team level,” Cruz said.

At the same time, Dynamo head coach remains optimistic about his team’s chances in Cancún.

“I do think when teams play against us, they understand they’re in for a tough night on both sides of the ball because we have good defenders and guys who attack well,” Kinnear said.

The Men in Orange defeated the Montreal Impact 3-2 in a scrimmage over the weekend. The win wasn’t without its share of drama, after a scuffle broke out in the second half due to Impact’s Roberto Brown red card ejection. That same day, Atlante played Cruz Azul in FMF to a 0-0 draw. Both Gabriel Prereyra and Clemente Ovalle drew yellow cards in the match.

More than 20 members of the Texian Army, in addition to other Dynamo fans, will be in attendance for Tuesday’s match. At last week’s game, TA debuted their newest addition to 231, the Texian Bateria. The Bateria consists of snares, quads and bass drums acquired over the off-season.

The winner of the home-and-home aggregate-scoring series will move on to face either the Impact or Santos Laguna.

“We’re going down there and we’re going to attack and we’re going to try to win the game,” midfielder Stuart Holden said.

Additional reporting by Reynaldo Gallegos. You can listen to Gallegos and the rest of the soccer badasses on 1560 AM The Game Soccer Show every Monday, 7-8 p.m. Podcasts for previous shows are available here.

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