Dynamo Daily - June 3, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Photo Credit: 
Chris Trotman/Getty Images

The
Dynamo suffered a heartbreaking loss last night
, after the New York Red
Bulls scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time to win the match 2-1. The
loss puts the Dynamo’s record below .500 for the first time all season. The
loss also broke
the streak
of ten straight games alternating wins and losses. This was the second
consecutive game
that the Dynamo lost in stoppage time. In case you missed
the game, be sure to check out photos
and highlights
from last night’s match.

It was revealed today that former South African president Nelson
Mandela will be attending the opening ceremonies
for the World Cup.

People are wondering what
the future may hold for Bob Bradley
after this year’s World Cup.

As the U.S. men’s national team begins
training
in South Africa, they hope to acclimate themselves quickly to the
different weather and altitude they will face, which can have a major impact on
their ability to play.

In
South Africa
, the World Cup ball choice is still under fire by many people
for its strange construction and aerodynamic properties.