Dynamo Daily - July 28, 2010
The MLS All-Star Game against Manchester United is
TONIGHT! Simon Borg from MLS gives
his breakdown of what it would take to beat
the English powerhouse team. Dominic Kinnear and Sir Alex Ferguson spoke yesterday about Scottish soccer and their neighborhood growing up in Glasgow, Scotland.
When Ryan Giggs was 13 years old, he joined the Manchester United academy. The 36-year-old midfielder is now one of the most accomplished players in team history.
Ferguson has confirmed that Mexican superstar Javier
Hernandez will play for at least 30 minutes tonight. After a disappointing loss to the Puerto Rico Islanders last night, Landon Donovan will not see much time for MLS. Jeff Carlisle of ESPN.com lists five reasons why fans should watch the All-Star Game tonight. Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle spoke to Landon Donovan about being the face of American soccer.
Before the teams have to face each other on the pitch, they
took some time together to visit the Johnson
Space Center here in Houston.
As part of All-Star Week, Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell hosted a stand-up comedy hour on Monday night.
At an MLS W.O.R.K.S. event on Tuesday, Geoff Cameron said the injury he suffered this year was the worst moment of his career.
Sir Ferguson also made note of the vast improvements
he’s been seeing within the MLS.
The Chronicle lists the history of All-Star Games, previously played in Houston.
Ralston says he’s ready for his new position as the Dynamo’s new assistant
coach with his former teammate Dominic Kinnear.
Brian Ching has had a busy
summer—and he’s doing the best he can to avoid becoming worn out and weary
during All-Star Week.
D.C. United’s development team made its way through to the SUM Cup finals, looking
to add to their already impressive list of SUM Cup championships.
The Chronicle has highlghted Dynamo executive Chris Canetti and how his life has changed in the past couple of months with GM Oliver Luck moving on and the busy schedule with the All-Star Week.
Fox26 gave the All-Star game some attention this morning. Check out their video promo that include interviews with Houston's own All-Star assistant coach Dominic Kinnear and All-Star player Brian Ching.