MLS today announced disciplinary actions from this past weekend's games. KC's name appeared on the report three times this week. First Kansas City and Houston were both found to have violated MLS' mass confrontation policy in the 44th minute when Dom Dwyer challenged Houston goalkeeper, Tyler Deric for a ball in the air. Deric didn't appreciate Dwyer challenging for it when Deric was easily winning the ball. Deric got in Dwyer's face and nudged him with his forearm. Dwyer went down like he'd received a two handed shove. This brought both teams together in Houston's box and referee Jorge Gonzalez handed out a yellow card to both Dywer and Deric for the incident. Dwyer was also fined for his actions in the incident for embellishing the contact made by Deric.
Speaking of Toronto it appears that they will have forward Jozy Altidore available for this weekend's game against KC. Altidore had been sent off with a red card in Toronto's last game against New England for kicking out at Jose Goncalves. The match report listed Altidore's red card as being for violent conduct, which last year had carried a two game suspension by the league (Toni Dovale had been suspended for his elbow against Alex Lopez of the Houston Dynamo). It appears that is no longer the case and Altidore will serve just the one game suspension and be available for selection this weekend.