Dynamo Daily - August 31, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

Bob Bradley

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At this point in the season, every game for the Dynamo carries extreme importance. Sunday night, the Dynamo welcome the San Jose Earthquakes to Robertson Stadium in desperate need of three points. Click here to purchase tickets and support your team!

The Dynamo continue their slide down MLSsoccer.com's power rankings, falling two spots to the 14th spot this week.

Check out highlights from the Dynamo Academy's 2-0 loss to the Galveston Pirate Soccer Club over the weekend.

An Inspection Delegation from FIFA will be in Houston on Thursday, September 9, to see for themselves why Houston should be a future host city for World Cup games.

Many people have wondered whether or not the Dynamo's new stadium will have orange seats. Click here to see what a stadium filled with red seats looks like.

It's official, Bob Bradley has signed on for four more years as head coach of the U.S. national team. Leander Schaerlaeckens of ESPN.com believes Bradley is the right choice for the job. Mark Young says the USSF was too cautious with its decision, considering there are few head coaches who have successfully led their teams through back-to-back World Cups. Grant Wahl offers his quick hits on the announcement.

An amusing video of an English announcer who missed the fact that a player was ejected from a game.