Dynamo Daily - August 3, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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The Dynamo are set to get some good news this week, as Geoff Cameron, who has been sidelined with an injury since April 24, could potentially see minutes Thursday night against Morelia. His return is extremely important because the Dynamo will be without Adrian Serioux this week, who suffered a hamstring strain against New York.

Check out the Q and A with Steve Ralston and find out his thoughts on the move down to Houston.

Christian Manisck checks in with his latest blog from Brazil, where he is training with Atletico Paranaense for the next month.

Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle recaps the latest Dynamo action in his blog, including a preview of Shooting Stars and an update on Pat Onstad. The Associated Press reports that Dynamo goalkeeper Pat Onstad has flown to Germany to have surgery to repair bilateral abdominal strains.

Although the Dynamo fought hard to earn a draw against New York, they still fell to 11th in Goal.com's latest power rankings.

Well it's official, the New York Yankees ... I mean Red Bulls ... signed Mexican national team captain Rafael Marquez, making them the first MLS club with three Designated Players. Goal.com believes Marquez is the perfect signing for New York. It makes you wonder which teams he wouldn't be a perfect signing for?

SI.com columnist Steve Davis recaps week 18 in MLS and lists Brian Ching and Brad Davis as one of the top 10 attacking tandems in the league.

Officials from FIFA will tour five U.S. cities over the next six weeks to inspect various stadiums that could potentially host a World Cup game. One of those cities is none other than Houston.