Dynamo Daily - August 16, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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The stretch of winless MLS games reached double digits for the Dynamo, as Houston fell 1-0 to the New England Revolution Saturday night. Dynamo forward Brian Ching said it was the team's inability to convert in the final third that plagued them against the Revs. Dynamo players spent extra time watching film before the game, but this time around it did not pay off.

Saturday night's game marked the return of Steve Ralston to Gillette Stadium, where he played the better part of his career.

Goal.com columnist Kyle McCarthy recaps Saturday night's game and analyzes the move of Geoff Cameron back to the defensive line.

Steve Davis of SI.com gives his thoughts on Week 20 in MLS and drops the Dynamo two notches in his latest power rankings.

An Iranian football player was fired from his club after refusing to fast during Ramadan.

On a lighter note, a new initiative called The Passport Project is looking to combine art and soccer.

Luis Bueno of Goal.com previews the CONCACAF Champions League and predicts that MLS teams will struggle to advance past the group stage.