Dynamo Daily - September 2, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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With a playoff berth hanging in the balance, the Dynamo welcome the San Jose Earthquakes to Robertson Stadium, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Click here to purchase your tickets to cheer on your hometown Dynamo!

HoustonDynamo.com previews current Dynamo Academy players who will be competing this fall for their collegiate programs.

Dynamo Academy player Christian Manisck wrote his latest blog entry about his experience playing soccer in Brazil.

MLSsoccer.com caught up with midfielder Francisco Navas Cobo before he left with the U.S. U-20 national team for a tournament in Peru.

The home-grown player movement is one that has grown tremendously in Major League Soccer. There are a total of 18 home-grown players in the league, including Dynamo goalkeeper Tyler Deric and midfielder Francisco Navas Cobo.

Click here for a less biased recap of the Dynamo's 2-0 loss to the Galveston Pirate Soccer Club, courtesy of The Bay Area Citizen.

Keith Costigan from FoxSoccer.com offers his thoughts on the latest news in U.S. soccer and MLS.

Bob Bradley says he is ready for the next go-around with the U.S. national team. Grant Wahl believes if Bradley wants to succeed in the next four years, he has to be open to change.

The NASL is set to submit a proposal for ten clubs to play as NASL teams next season under the new guidelines set by the USSF.

Two years ago, English Premier League clubs spent roughly $814 million during the summer transfer window. This summer, Premier League teams spent roughly $538 million. Click here to read what accounts for the large drop in spending.