Dynamo Daily - July 30, 2010
The Dynamo face off against the New York Red Bulls and Thierry Henry tomorrow. With Henry expected to start, the Dynamo will have a tough match. Tally Hall will most likely be the goalkeeper for Houston, so hear what he and a few others have to say about tomorrow night. Goal.com predicts a Red Bulls win at Robertson Stadium.
Houston hopes to build off the momentum they built after the success of the All-Star Game.
Big Apple Soccer got the chance to talk to Brian Ching and
Brad Davis about the upcoming match with Thierry
Henry and how they expect him to do in MLS.
Manisck, a Dynamo Academy player, is currently training with a club in Brazil for the next month, and will be blogging about his experiences in South America. Read the first entry here!
According to Steve Davis of SI.com, MLS will consider expanding the schedule to 34 games next year.
The U.S. U-20 national team won the Milk Cup yesterday, defeating Northern Ireland in the finals 2-0. Dynamo midfielder Francisco Navas Cobo nearly scored in the 89th minute, if not for a fine diving effort by the Northern Ireland goalkeeper.
If you missed the All-Star game, you can check out a
gallery here to see some of the action you missed.
U.S. national team star and Galaxy forward Landon Donovan reiterated the fact that at some point he would like to go back to Everton of the English Premier League.
Mexican national team captain Rafael Marquez is set to leave Barcelona and follow Henry's footsteps to the Big Apple.
Castillo has joined the Chicago Fire as their newest Designated Player, and
could make his debut for the team as early as August 8.
In addition to Castillo, other international players have joined MLS. Fresh off Uruguay’s
World Cup run, Alvaro
Fernandez will join the Sounders.