Dynamo Daily - October 29, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

The Dynamo Trials Showcase was last night, with the Dynamo Academy defeating the group of trialists 3-0.

Dwain Capodice caught up with Corey Ashe this week, to discuss the 2010 season and his future with the Dynamo.

The search begins for the Dynamo's newest Designated Player.

Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron will return to his alma mater this weekend to watch the Rhode Island Rams take on La Salle University.

Head coach Dominic Kinnear reflects on the 2010 season and gives some insight into his travel plans for the off-season.

ESPN.com columnist Leander Schaerlaeckens revealed his 2010 MLS All-Interesting team. The squad features two Dynamo players, one who participated in a Nickelodeon game show and the other who traded American football for European football.

Although concussions are a hot topic in the National Football League right now, SI.com columnist Grant Wahl looks back at how concussions have taken on a toll on the careers of soccer players as well.

Supporters in Austin are not happy with the move of the Austin Aztex to Orlando.

Despite the accusations of bribery, FIFA will go ahead with the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding votes on December 2. 

Paul Gardner offers his thoughts on the opening match of the playoffs last night between Colorado and Columbus.

Jonah Freedman believes that this is the first season the eight most deserving teams are in the playoffs.