Dynamo Daily - September 30, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

There was a new goalkeeper manning one of the nets at training today. Tally Hall wonders (jokingly) whether his paycheck might be in jeopardy. With Hall ruled out for Saturday's match and Onstad still recovering from a concussion he suffered last weekend, Jesus Ortiz wonders if Tyler Deric might see his first MLS minutes this weekend.

SoccerbyIves writer Avi Creditor looks back at a season the Dynamo would love to forget.

Click here to watch Bobby Boswell's PSA for Breast Cancer Awareness Night on October 10.

Dynamo midfielder Corey Ashe and the Dynamo kicked off the second year of the Soccer for Success program with an event at Patrick Henry Middle School.

The 2010 Dynamo Trials presented by Wells Fargo finalists were announced today. Check out video from the second day of tryouts.

Former Dynamo midfielder Stuart Holden received a contract extension from EPL club Bolton that will keep him with the Wanderers through the 2013 season.

SI.com soccer writer Grant Wahl looks at how the new CONCACAF qualifying rules could put an end to a historic rivalry.

Canadian soccer officials are not happy with the recent decision that both Canadian and American players will count as domestic players for the Canadian clubs in MLS.

Bob Bradley named his 20-man roster for U.S. national team friendlies against Poland and Colombia.