Dynamo Daily - September 24, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Joseph Musarra/Houston Dynamo

Houston has a quick turnaround after their loss at Kansas City. Tomorrow night, the Dynamo will take on D.C. United at 6:30 p.m. CT at RFK Stadium. Although their record has been poor, D.C. United head coach Ben Olsen expects a tough match from Houston. Goal.com previews the match-up between two teams who sit toward the bottom of their conference standings.

Dynamo announcer Glenn Davis looks at ways in which the Dynamo can re-tool the squad going forward.

Ian Darke will join ESPN as its lead soccer voice for games in America.

Anne Peterson of the Associated Press looks at the three-way rivalry forming in the northwest.

Beginning in January, the Mexican leagues will add goal-line referees to assist with goal-line decisions.

SI.com columnist Steve Davis previews the coming weekend of MLS games.

Earnie Stewart believes it will be a few years before U.S. coaches have head coaching jobs in Europe.

A Wall Street Journal study looks at how a few players in MLS hold a large portion of the cash.

John Leicester looks at the story of a Togolese goalkeeper who was a victim of a shooting in January.