Dynamo Daily - August 30, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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The Houston Dynamo fell 3-0 to the Colorado Rapids on Saturday, unable to overcome an early red card to midfielder Lovel Palmer. Head coach Dominic Kinnear believes Rapids midfielder Pablo Mastroeni should have been red carded as well for his initial kick toward Palmer while the two were tangled on the ground.

Richard Connelly of the Houston Press lists five reasons why the Dynamo were on the losing end of Saturday night's match.

The Dynamo's Sept. 11 match against the Kansas City Wizards has been rescheduled to Wednesday, Sept. 22, as a result of a scheduling conflict at CommunityAmerica Ballpark.

In the latest edition of Canetti's Corner, Dynamo COO Chris Canetti talks about the statements made last week by Tim Leiweke regarding Houston and a Designated Player.

Houston dropped one spot to 15th in the latest ESPN.com power rankings.

Jordan Wise looks at three Dynamo story lines for this coming week.

The Dynamo Academy continued their preseason training this past weekend, falling to Galveston Pirate Soccer Club 2-0 on Saturday and Regals FC 6-5 on Sunday.

Steve Davis takes a look at Week 22 in MLS and believes the Dynamo's streak of consecutive playoff appearances is coming to an end.

ESPN.com columnist Jeff Carlisle looks at the decision that lies ahead for USSF president Sunil Gulati.

The last surviving member of the first World Cup in 1930 died, Monday, at age 100.