Houston Dynamo face losing stars Clark and Holden

Following their unlucky MLS play-offs exit last weekend, the Houston Dynamo will now focus on sorting out their playing roster for next season.

Following their unlucky MLS play-offs exit last weekend, the Houston Dynamo will now focus on sorting out their playing roster for next season.

As is the case with every club, people will move on and others will come, meaning a group of players rarely stays together for more than one season.

The Dynamo will face this fact of soccer life during the off-season but they will be hoping the two names about to be mentioned do not go anywhere.

Ricardo Clark and Stuart Holden are both now free agents and speculation has begun in regards to their respective futures in Houston.

Reports suggest that 26-year old US international midfielder Clark is set to join a club in France whilst Scottish-born US star Holden could be on his way back to the UK.

If the pair happen to leave, it will leave a gaping hole in the Dynamo midfield and could also make life tougher for the duo to make Bob Bradley’s national squad ahead of the 2010 World Cup but like everywhere else, MLS is bound to have reports of star players leaving and often nothing ever eventuates.

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