Dynamo Daily - August 5, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Wilf Thorne / Houston Dynamo

The Dynamo received good news yesterday when the SuperLiga Appeals Committee overturned Dominic Oduro's suspension, ruling him eligible to play in tonight's match against Morelia. The two teams are playing tonight for a spot in the SuperLiga finals against the New England Revolution who punched their ticket last night after defeating Puebla 5-3 on penalty kicks. Regardless of the score tonight, the two teams share a mutual admiration for each other.

Although the Dynamo will be without Joseph Ngwenya (yellow card accumulation) and Danny Cruz (red card) tonight, fans should see the return of Geoff Cameron, who has been out since April 24 with a knee injury.

SI.com columnist George Dohrmann looks at the success of the U.S. U-20 team in the Milk Cup and believes it bodes well for the success of the U.S first team.

Grant Wahl of SI.com gives his take on the Rafael Marquez signing as well as his thoughts on the past week of soccer.

ESPN.com columnist Leander Schaerlaeckens answers fan questions, including whether or not the Red Bulls have the making of a dynasty.

Among all the talk of MLS expansion, an ownership group in Detroit wants to use the Silverdome as a future MLS soccer stadium.

Although they lost 7-1 to Manchester United, here was one exciting highlight from American Ryan Guy on Irish club St. Patrick's.