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POSTGAME NOTES: Houston Dynamo 2 Columbus Crew 2


COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Columbus Crew made a lineup change and it resulted in much-improved play in their 2-2 draw with the Houston Dynamo at Crew Stadium on Saturday night before 10,479 fans who braved cloudy, chilly conditions.

The Crew received both goals off the foot of Eddie Gaven in the 63rd and 74th minutes.

The Dynamo had goals from Will Bruin in the 59th and Brian Ching in the 81st.

Both teams earned a point. The Dynamo are 2-1-2 on the season with 8 points, good for 4th place in the Eastern Conference. The Crew are 2-3-1 with 7 points for an uncharacteristic 6th place in the East. The Crew came into the game with two lackluster losses in a row to New York and Philadelphia.


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* Houston is playing its first seven games on the road due to the completion of their new home, the BBVA Compass Stadium which will open on May 12.

BBVA Compass Stadium (photo courtesy of Populous Architects via wikipedia commons)

* Houston did not dress MF Brad Davis or FW Brian Ownby due to injuries.

* The Dynamo are coached by Dominic Kinnear who has taken the franchise to two MLS Cup games, going 1 and 1.

* In 13 games vs. the Crew, the Dynamo are 2-4-6, 1-3-3 in Columbus.

* The Crew had two starters who made their first MLS starts, Josh Williams and Nemanja Vukovic.

* The Crew’s new starting lineup looked quicker and promising.

* The Crew was using a new 4-1-3-2 alignment.

* The Crew did not dress DF Julius James, FW Tommy Heinemann, GK William Hesmer, MF Dilly Duka and FW Ben Speas due to injuries.

* The Crew have given up the first goal of the game in the last 3 matches in a row.

* Former Crew midfielder Adam Moffat came back to Columbus to play for the Dynamo. He played 44 games with 5 goals from 2007-2010 for the Crew.


Brian Ching

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Eddie Gaven

Nemanja Vukovic

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Player photos courtesy of the MLS

Marshall receives 2011 Crew MVP award


Chad Marshall July 2008 (photo by Late1 via wikipedia commons)

One of the long-time members of the Columbus Crew has been named the 2011 Crew Most Valuable Player.

Defender Chad Marshall, one of the best in Major League Soccer, defensive stalwart whose steady play has kept the new-look Crew in a position to win the Eastern Division championship.

Oher award winners include: Danny O’Rourke (comeback player of the year), Eddie Gaven (coaches’ award), Tommy Heinemann (humanitarian of the year), Robbie Rogers (hardest-working man), Emilio Renteria (fan’s choice), Sebastian Miranda (newcomer of the year), Julius James (defender of the year), and Andres Mendoza (golden boot).

Jeff Cunningham, the oldest member of the team, won multiple awards, but was absent from practice on Tuesday and the awards banquet due to an illness. The 35-year-old Cunningham, Major League Soccer’s all-time leading scorer, was named the Adidas man of the year and scored the goal of the year.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

Crew dominates defending MLS champion Colorado, 4-1


(courtesy of MLS)

Tommy Heinemann, Andres Mendoza and Eddie Gaven scored goals to give the Columbus Crew a 4-1 domination of the Colorado Rapids at Crew Stadium on Sunday night.

Heinemann scored his first MLS goal and Andres Mendoza continued his hot scoring by netting one in each half.

After Conor Casey staked the visitors to an early lead, Eddie Gaven leveled the score before Mendoza put the Crew ahead for good in the 18th minute. He made it 3-1 in the 48th minute while the Rapids struggled all over the field after Casey was ejected in the first half after a violent collision with Crew goalkeeper William Hesmer, who got kicked in the jaw.

Heinemann scored in the 57th minute.

The win moves Columbus (6-4-6, 24 points) into second place in the Eastern Conference, two points in back of Philadelphia with their largest scoring output since a 4-0 win over New England on September 6, 2008.

The Crew is 4-1-3 at home this season.



Columbus Crew beats New England in preseason action, 3-1

(courtesy of MLS)

The Columbus Crew came back from its 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution last Sunday with a convincing 3-1 win over the same team in a rematch at KSU Soccer Stadium for the inaugural game of the Atlanta Pro Soccer Challenge in Kennesaw, Georgia.

Crew forward Tommy Heinemann scored two goals and rookie Bernardo Anor had one goal and one assist while Ilija Stoica tallied the lone Revolution goal.

The Crew began the first half sizing up the opposition with a couple of early looks including a header by defender Julius James early on. In the 16th minute a free kick by Robbie Rogers found rookie midfielder Anor in the box who proceded to slot the ball to the right of Revolution goal keeper Matt Reis.

One minute later Tommy Heinemann took advantage of a bad clearance by A.J. Soares and chipped the ball over Reis from 20 yards out for the 2-0 lead.

The Crew in the second half found the back of the net agains with Heinemann’s second goal assisted by Anor in the 53rd minute.

The Revolution got a goal back nine minutes later when forward Zack Schilawski sent a through-ball to Ilija Stoica who beat Crew goaltender Alex Riggs for the 3-1 margin.

Info courtesy of Columbus Crew