Courtesy Nigel Brooks

Dynamo Daily - May 14, 2010

The Houston Dynamo continued their inconsistent form with a 3-1 loss to Real Salt Lake Thursday night. Houston finished its stretch of four games in 13 days with a 2-2 record. 

RSL dominated the play last night and are now locked in a tie with the Dynamo for second place in the Western Conference. The forward combination of Robbie Findley and Alvaro Saborio proved too much for the Dynamo defense. Houston showed better form in the second half, but could not erase the three-goal deficit. The loss snapped an eight-game unbeaten streak against Real Salt Lake.

RSL spoiled Brian Ching’s return to the field. Ching played the last 28 minutes and proved that he is ready to contribute to the U.S. men’s national team.

A pair of Dynamo teammates will miss the May 22 game vs. D.C. United after earning call ups to Canada’s national team.

Last night at Reliant Stadium, a sold out crowd witnessed the Mexican national team defeat Angola 1-0. Although Mexico dominated the game and finished its pre-World Cup U.S. tour undefeated, head coach Javier Aguirre admitted his team has a lot to work on before their World Cup opener June 11 vs. South Africa.

On July 31, the Houston Dynamo will host the New York Red Bulls at Robertson Stadium. There are rumors abound that a certain Frenchman has signed a pre-contract to join the Red Bulls after the World Cup.  Maybe you have heard of him?

Steve Davis discusses the decisions facing Bob Bradley ahead of the national team training camp and previews this weekend’s MLS storylines.

Check out the new ESPN commercial, featuring U.S. national team forward Jozy Altidore.