Brian Zygo, a friend of ours from The Orange Slice on 1560 The Game spoke with Geoff Cameron, a midfielder/utility player/defender/winger for the Houston Dynamo Saturday's draw with the Columbus Crew about his fitness and when he expects to return from his knee injury. Cameron went down with a knee injury in April in a match against the Chicago Fire. Initially, the injury was believed to be season-ending, but Cameron has made a tremendous comeback and feels like he will be ready for action at the beginning of next month.
Check out what Geoff has to say about his progress:
The return of Cameron to the line-up would be a massive boost for the struggling Dynamo. Since Cameron's injury in April, Brad Davis has moved from the wing to the center of attack, pushing either Danny Cruz or Corey Ashe out wide, opposite of Brian Mullan. These moves, combined with a rash of injuries and fatigue, have stretched the depth of the Dynamo midfield to its limits. Upon Cameron's return, the Dynamo can switch back to its preferred midfield and try to get back to its winning ways in order to make a push to the playoffs.