Dynamo Daily - October 1, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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The Houston Dynamo will be looking for back-to-back wins for the first time this season when they take on the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park tomorrow at 3 p.m. Goal.com writers believe Geoff Cameron has been the most consistent player for the Dynamo this season. Both writers predict a Dynamo victory tomorrow.

Dynamo Theory provides five things to consider heading into tomorrow's match in Chester, Pa.

A key storyline for the Dynamo has been the goalkeeping position. After a week since he suffered a concussion against D.C. United, goalkeeper Pat Onstad said he feels smarter than he did a week ago and is ready to play tomorrow, if needed.

Dynamo COO Chris Canetti stopped for an exclusive interview with MLSsoccer.com this week to discuss issues including the new stadium developments and past personnel decisions.

SI.com columnist Steve Davis looks at Dwayne De Rosario's antics from last week and wonders if the Designated Player rule could cause more players to act in a similar manner.

Goal.com editor Shane Evans previews week 27 in MLS.

Leander Schaerlaeckens of ESPN.com approves of the roster choices Bob Bradley made for the upcoming friendlies. The Manchester City Youth Academy Director is quick to point out the obvious with regard to the U.S. national team.

Hoping to become the 20th team in MLS, the New York Cosmos unveiled their new kit.