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Dynamo gets 'beautiful' training facility
MLSSoccer.com, August 28th, 2012 4:30PM

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In May, the Houston Dynamo moved into BBVA Compass Stadium, where it's undefeated in 13 games this season. Last week, the Dynamo opened its new training facility.

“This past year has been a huge thing for our organization and our players and this is just another step in the right direction,” said Dynamo original Brad Davis. “It’s part of the professionalism, and the guys here have paid their dues. Off the field, it’s another positive thing that keeps guys’ heads up, and it’s another stepping stone.”

Previously, the Dynamo’s training facilities and the technical staff's offices had been housed in a portable building. The Dynamo will share the facility with Methodist Hospital for a sports rehabilitation facility and an independent sports performance facility, which the club will have access to for treatment and training purposes.

“It’s beautiful. This goes back 6-and-a-half years ago, when we came here. It was all about better facilities,” said Coach Dominic Kinnear. “It’s a beautiful facility and it’s great for the guys and the staff from many standpoints.” 

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