Dynamo Daily - August 12, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

The Dynamo are looking to pick themselves up after a rough stretch of games, ready to move
forward
and finish the season strong.

Going into their next game, though, the Dynamo will be
playing without their usual starting left back, Mike
Chabala
. Chabala is suspended
for the New England match due to an accumulation of yellow cards.

Goal.com previews Saturday's matchup as the Dynamo travel to Massachusetts to battle the New England Revolution.

Construction on the Houston
Amateur Sports Park
is running smoothly, so check out the pictures of the
progress.

Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell stopped after practice for a Q&A with HoustonDynamo.com.

Fabio Capello does not want David Beckham to play for England
anymore—Capello says Beckham is
too old
to play in competitive matches for the national team.

Even though Beckham has recently suffered an injury, and may
be too old to play for England, that doesn’t mean he is ready to quit
playing soccer
.

John Spencer addressed Timbers
supporters
for the first time yesterday in a press conference that
officially introduced him as head coach.

Tim
Howard
, another player fresh from World Cup fame, says that a trip back to MLS from Everton might be in store for him in the future.

The Sounders could be losing some power in the midfield as Sanna
Nyassi
debates whether he should observe the fasting required for Ramadan during the
season.

Here is a nice story out of England about Manchester United's latest signing.