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MLS Disciplinary Committee issues fines to Tab Ramos, Luis Diaz

The MLS Disciplinary Committee has announced fines for one player and one coach for infractions during Week 4 of the MLS season. The Disciplinary Committee has found Columbus SC midfielder Luis Díaz guilty of simulation/embellishment in the 56th minute of Columbus’ match against Toronto FC on May 12. Díaz has been fined an undisclosed amount for his action.
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Tab Ramos is putting his stamp on the club and the city

Tabaré Ramos’ inaugural season with the Houston Dynamo was one of the strangest years, not just in Major League Soccer but in our world. Not long after premiering in a full BBVA Stadium versus LA Galaxy, the world shut down and went into quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tab found himself analyzing and breaking down a tough road loss against rival, Sporting Kansas City, for more than 4 months before his team saw action again. After Alberth Elis’ departure to Europe, the team started struggling while adjusting to Ramos playing system. In the end, Houston, found themselves with only 4 wins out of 23 matches and second to last (just above FC Cincinnati) in the overall table.
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Dynamo could be without coach Tab Ramos for match at Colorado

The Dynamo already were going to be in a tough spot this weekend, with Saturday’s road game against the Colorado Rapids being their third game in eight days. It will be a little bit tougher now that they’ll likely have to play without coach Tab Ramos on the bench during the game.
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Tab Ramos wants Dynamo 'all in' as 2021 season begins

It took only a couple of days of preseason training for Dynamo coach Tab Ramos to notice the positive effects a busy offseason of roster moves might have on the club this season. Fafa Picault zoomed by defenders on a regular basis. Maxi Urruti received passes with center backs on...

SA's 50th Anniversary (Still in the News): The Tab Ramos covers

Tab Ramos, now head coach of the Houston Dynamo, played for the USA at the 1983 U-20 World Cup at age 16, helped the USA break a 40-year World Cup drought and played every minute of all three games for the USA at Italia 90. He also played in the 1988 Olympics, and 1994 and 1998 World Cups. His club career included stints in Spain and Mexico before becoming the first player signed for MLS's 1996 launch. In his post-playing career, he coached the USA to three straight U-20 World Cup quarterfinal appearances and guided the U.S. U-20s to their first Concacaf title.

Tab Ramos “We can help Texas by being the best Houston we can be”

How can Texas become MLS’ model state? Tab Ramos joined executives from fellow MLS clubs across the Lone Star State to tackle the question and reflect on the current state of the sport in Texas. Ramos enters his second season with the Dynamo, but he is no stranger to the...

Dynamo/Dash Delivery: Dynamo building in the vision of Tab Ramos

Houston Dynamo FC have made huge strides in the offseason. Heading into 2021. was able obtain a Q&A with Tab Ramos, head coach of the Houston Dynamo. Immediately after the draft, he spoke of the differences between last off season and this one. He acknowledged that this offseason has provided the opportunity to make moves that are in line with how he is trying to shape the club both on and off the field. Any time a player is moved it benefits the team because it opens the door for more competition and ultimately a door for someone to move through.

The SBI Show: Episode 295 (2021 MLS Draft Recap, special guests Josh Wolff and Tab Ramos)

The 2021 MLS Draft is in the books, and The SBI Show breaks down the biggest picks, surprises and disappointments with two coaches who had key roles in Thursday’s action. Austin FC head coach Josh Wolff and Houston Dynamo head coach Tab Ramos joined SBI Show host Ives Galarcep to discuss their busy draft days. Wolff and Austin FC had three first-round draft picks, including first overall selection Daniel Pereira, while Ramos and the Dynamo pulled off some impressive moves this week to bolster their defense.