Dynamo Daily - September 23, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Gary Rohman / KC Wizards

The Houston Dynamo lost its third consecutive game, falling to the Kansas City Wizards 4-3 at CommunityAmerica Ballpark. Although the Dynamo held a 3-1 halftime lead, Houston could not hold on to the lead and a 96th minute goal by Josh Wolff sealed the game for KC.

Andrew Keh of the New York Times looks at the impact of the Designated Player rule on MLS, including the potential for a new DP in Houston.

Former Dynamo forward Paul Dalglish was removed from his post as coach of the USSF D-2 Tampa Bay Rowdies.

The head coach of Brazilian club Santos was fired for not reinstating Neymar after his suspension. SI.com columnist Tim Vickery offers his thoughts on the Neymar situation.

MLS continued its swoon in Mexico with the Seattle Sounders giving up three second-half goals to Monterrey in CCL action last night.

The U.S. Residency program had its largest turnover yet with 21 newcomers joining the program for the fall semester.