Dynamo Daily - October 22, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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In the regular season finale, the Houston Dynamo will take on the Seattle Sounders, tomorrow afternoon, at 3 p.m. The Dynamo will look to snap Seattle's five-game winning streak. At halftime of tomorrow's match, the Dynamo will induct Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett into the Orange Blazer Club.

The countdown continues of the top 5 moments of the 2010 season. Check back tomorrow to see which moment made the top spot on our list.

Houston Chronicle fan blogger Darrell Lovell offers his take on this weekend's match against Seattle.

Check out this video montage, looking back at the MLS debut of goalkeeper Tyler Deric. Crucial to Deric's success was the fact that he had a strong defensive unit playing in front of him against San Jose.

MLS Commissioner Don Garber sat down for a Q&A with SoccerAmerica to discuss a variety of topics.

The Associated Press (in spanish) looks at home-grown players across the league, including Houston's own Tyler Deric.

Gustavo Rangel of Rumbo profiles Yordany Álvarez, who trained with the Dynamo this past week.

Jeremiah Oshan believes MLS is losing its status as a parity league.

Goal.com writer Kyle McCarthy previews the final weekend of the MLS regular season.

FoxSoccer.com writer Jamie Trecker looks at the repercussions of the bribery scandal on FIFA.

Contrary to fictitious reports, Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will not be joining the Dynamo next season and has signed a five-year extension to stay at Old Trafford.