Major league soccer outfit Houston Dynamo have confirmed that they expect Romell Quioto to be back in action next week. The forward has been unavailable due to an illness, which has affected his training preparations for the last two weeks. The Honduras forward is one of the key players of the team. Along with the likes of Albert Ellis, Houston Dynamo have been able to enjoy a very good 2017 MLS campaign. The team now prepares for the 2018 campaign hoping to win the MLS title to show for their quality. Keeping Romell Quioto fit throughout the campaign will be a key element and it manager Wilmer Cabrera is confident that the forward will be available when the new season starts next month.
Houston Dynamo will be involved in a couple of friendly matches before their campaign starts with a home match against Atlanta United in the first week of March. Home matches were especially a strong point of Romell Quioto, as the 26-year-old came in with seven goals in 27 appearances last season. It was an impressive debut campaign for the Honduras player, and he will be hoping to go one better for the current campaign. Last season, he was able to form a deadly partnership with Alberto Elis and Mauro Manotas.
“He is going to come back slowly because he hasn’t done anything lately. We need to start from zero with him. He’ll be in the gym and he’ll adapt. Little by little he’s going to come back. He is going to start the progression slowly. We want to be sure he will be fine,” said Wilmer Cabrera about the injury situation of his star player. Alberto Elis had a slightly better campaign in terms of goals after managing 11 compared to the seven from Romell Quioto, but the 2018 campaign is expected to witness a much better outcome.