CARSON, CA - MAY 08: Adrian Serioux #51 of Houston Dynamo kicks the ball away against Mario Trujillo #8 of Chivas USA during the second half of the MLS soccer game on May 8, 2010 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Apparently Nothing Serioux-ly Wrong: Adrian Returns To Training With The Dynamo

On Tuesday, Adrian Serioux returned to practice with the Dynamo after being absent for weeks. No explanation was given for his absence, but the player is happy to be back with the team.

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Apparently Nothing Serioux-ly Wrong: Adrian Returns To Training

The Houston Dynamo reported late yesterday that Adrian Serioux has resumed training with the team. Serioux has been away from the team for ‘personal reasons’ for the several weeks.

No specifics or explanation has been provided, but Serioux seems happy to be back with the team and is thankful Coach Kinnear gave him the time to take care of his issues.

“I had some personal issues that I needed to take care of, and it was one of those things that I couldn’t delay any longer,” said Serioux. “Fortunately for me, Dom was OK with it and allowed me to go home. It took longer than I thought, but I am back here now to do what I do best.”

Now that the trialists have departed, it will be interesting to see if the return of Serioux will have any effect on who, if anyone, Houston signs next.

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Serioux Misses Six In A Row

Adrian Serioux was not listed on Houston’s roster for this past weekend’s Dynamo Charities Cup against Salvadoran side CD Aguila. The former MLS Cup winning defender has now missed all of the Dynamo’s last six games.

One has to wonder if Serioux has seen the last of his time with the Houston Dynamo and will soon be released. The club currently is trying out Anthony Obodai who plays in the defensive midfielder position, the same position Adrian currently backs-up. With Lovel Palmer starting and playing well, Richard Mulrooney’s ability to fill in at CDM when needed, along with Obodai’s solid trial, it simply does not make sense to keep a player around who is not starting and has not played in over a month.

Check back here for more updates as they become available.

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