Dynamo Daily - June 25, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Photo Credit: 
Courtesy Margeaux Horne

Dynamo
Senior VP Rocky Harris was recognized as The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man
of the Year
after raising money for the organization to help find a cure
for cancer.

This weekend, the Dynamo
Academy U-18 squad heads to Greensboro, N.C., for the group
stage
of the USSF
Development Academy
playoffs.

Oliver
Lucks gave an interview to MyFox 26
about his experiences with the Houston
Dynamo, why he’s leaving the team, and his expectations for the franchise’s
future.

You can
view the highlights from the Dynamo’s 4-0 victory over the El Salvadoran club C.D.
Águila in the Dynamo
Charities Cup here
.

Craig Waibel has
a new blog up
as he continues to post for the Houston Chronicle during the World Cup.

Don’t
forget to follow houstondynamo.com/worldcup
for all your latest World Cup news, including blogs and photos from Dynamo fans
in South Africa.

CNN’s
Roland Martin expresses his doubts over whether America will ever truly embrace
soccer
.

The U.S.
is looking for revenge
over their loss to Ghana four years ago, as the team
goes into Saturday’s game hoping to beat the team that knocked them out of the
last World Cup.

Goal.com’s
Noah Davis spent a day learning about South Africa’s history at the Apartheid
Museum in Johannesburg
.