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Want to Watch Ade Play for Dynamo on Sunday?

Want to Watch Ade Play for Dynamo on Sunday?

Assuming Ade Akinbiyi's visa is sorted out in time, our former striker could be making his debut for Houston Dynamo this Sunday.

Houston Dynamo face Colorado Rapids at the Robertson Stadium (Houston, Texas,) this Sunday, April 19, 2:00 PM (US Central Time)



Dynamo coach Dominic Kinnear has also been talking about Ade assessing his chances of playing in the Sunday game.

Speaking to the Houston Dynamo website, 'Forever Orange' he said:

'I don't know if he's 90 minutes fit.It's a chat we'll have, but I do think he'll be involved in Sunday at some point.'

The chances are he will come on from the bench but Clarets fans might be keen to see how he performs in his debut game and thanks to one of our posters,DynamoGuy you will be able to watch the game by tuning into www.justin.tv/dynamoguy.

DynamoGuy does write a statutory health warning but hopefully all will turn out OK. He writes:

'I'll warn now that there is unlikely to be audio. Also, I'm going to the game so I'll have to set everything up before I leave so if something goes wrong, I won't be there to fix it. We should all keep our fingers crossed. '

He also predicts when Ade could make an entrance saying:

'Expect a lot of excitement when the sub is made. Kinnear's style is to either sub to start the second half or not until late so Ade may not enter until the 70th-80th minute. Expect Ade to enter the game for young striker, Kei Kamara'

Still will be something for Clarets to do on Sunday as we think about the important game coming up on Monday with Sheffield United coming to Turf Moor

Why not tune in and see how things turn out?

Dont forget,US Central Standard Time (CST) is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time



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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Thursday April 16 2009
Time: 12:23PM

Comments

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Great stuff, think I will tune into this and see what happens..Ade,Ade,Ade
turfmanphil
16/04/2009 12:29:00
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Great stuff, think I will tune into this and see what happens..Ade,Ade,Ade
turfmanphil
16/04/2009 12:29:00
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Already added to my Favorites on Justin nice one!!
8clarets8
16/04/2009 13:33:00
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Already added to my Favorites on Justin nice one!!
8clarets8
16/04/2009 13:33:00
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Conditions at kick off promise to be wet! Rain is expected all weekend. Also outside of the team's control, there will likely be American football lines on the field. Why does this happen, you may wonder? Because the Dynamo are only a tenant in the University of Houston's Robertson Stadium and the lines are painted on when the UH Cougars need them, as they do for a scrimmage on Saturday. For as much as "soccer" is growing in popularity in the U.S., it remains a small(er) market sport than American football, by far. As such, financing a stadium is a challenge for many MLS clubs so several play home games in American football stadiums. This is the same reason why the MLS season run opposite that of every other league. The American football season is roughly August to January so the MLS season runs March to November to reduce stadium scheduling conflicts. The good news is the deal on a stadium for the Dynamo is just about done so next season could be our last in Robertson. For what its worth, most players comment that they don't notice the lines during play (unless they lose, in which case it was because of the @#%! lines.) As someone watching, I find them somewhat distracting but it is a fact of life in the MLS for now.
DynamoGuy
16/04/2009 16:37:00
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Conditions at kick off promise to be wet! Rain is expected all weekend. Also outside of the team's control, there will likely be American football lines on the field. Why does this happen, you may wonder? Because the Dynamo are only a tenant in the University of Houston's Robertson Stadium and the lines are painted on when the UH Cougars need them, as they do for a scrimmage on Saturday. For as much as "soccer" is growing in popularity in the U.S., it remains a small(er) market sport than American football, by far. As such, financing a stadium is a challenge for many MLS clubs so several play home games in American football stadiums. This is the same reason why the MLS season run opposite that of every other league. The American football season is roughly August to January so the MLS season runs March to November to reduce stadium scheduling conflicts. The good news is the deal on a stadium for the Dynamo is just about done so next season could be our last in Robertson. For what its worth, most players comment that they don't notice the lines during play (unless they lose, in which case it was because of the @#%! lines.) As someone watching, I find them somewhat distracting but it is a fact of life in the MLS for now.
DynamoGuy
16/04/2009 16:37:00
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I think I would find them distracting too, DG. Our keeper, Jensen might think he's playing Amercian Football and run the entire pitch with the ball and get a touch-down! lol ;-)
turfmanphil
17/04/2009 11:09:00
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I think I would find them distracting too, DG. Our keeper, Jensen might think he's playing Amercian Football and run the entire pitch with the ball and get a touch-down! lol ;-)
turfmanphil
17/04/2009 11:09:00
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Sorry chaps there might be an hitch,according to DG, Ade is still having visa problems and might not be cleared in time to play on Sunday. You may have to tune in though to find out.We will try&keep you posted
turfmanphil
18/04/2009 08:25:00
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Sorry chaps there might be an hitch,according to DG, Ade is still having visa problems and might not be cleared in time to play on Sunday. You may have to tune in though to find out.We will try&keep you posted
turfmanphil
18/04/2009 08:25:00
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