Dynamo Daily - September 14, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

Although the Dynamo were off this past weekend, the results fell in Houston's favor as few teams in contention with the Dynamo for a playoff spot earned points. When Toronto FC comes to Robertson Stadium on Saturday, they will do so with a new head coach and general manager.

Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron stopped after practice on Monday to chat with HoustonDynamo.com about life on and off the field.

The Dynamo continue to push forward on the new stadium project. The architectural firm Populous has been selected to design the new stadium.

As we get closer to the roster freeze deadline of September 15, the Dynamo are faced with many tough decisions heading into the off-season. Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle wonders which players might get traded within the next 24 hours.

With Vancouver and Portland joining the league in 2011, MLS announced that it will be moving to a 34-game regular season starting next year.

SI.com columnist Tobias Lopez writes about the recent influx of Brazilian talent to MLS.

The UEFA Champions League continued today with powerhouses from the top leagues in Europe taking the field. MLS teams are also in action tonight as Columbus and Seattle continue their trek through the CONCACAF Champions League and Chivas USA battles Chivas de Guadalajara in the ChivaClásico.

A couple collegiate programs featuring Dynamo Academy players are represented in the latest edition of the Soccer America Men's Top 25.