2020 Season Preview: Team USA legend Tab Ramos begins his first season as Houston’s coach, but all-time great DeMarcus Beasley has retired as a player. Mauro Manotas, Alberth Elis, and Matias Vera lead the Dynamo into battle.
October 6, 2019: The Dynamo wrapped up their season with a 4–2 home win over the LA Galaxy. The team started the year well, but then stumbled during the summer and fell short of the playoffs. Mauro Manotas, Alberth Elis and Memo Rodriguez—a “homegrown” Texas star—were the main bright spots for Houston in 2019.
May 18, 2019: On “Super Hero Night” in Houston, the Dynamo scored two amazing goals in less than a minute to turn a 0–1 deficit into a 2–1 victory.
2018 Season Preview: After a good showing in the 2017 playoff, Houston sold off its top offensive player, Cubo Torres. Mauro Manotas will have to step up and take his place as the Dynamo’s top scoring threat. The defense will be improved with the addition of young Alejandro Fuenmayor, one of the top players in Venezuela last year.
June 8, 2017: Three Dynamo players appeared for the national team of Honduras in a World Cup qualifying match against Mexico. Boniek Garcia, Alberth Ellis, and Romell Quioto will also play for Honduras in their July 13 match against Panama.