Dynamo Daily - October 6, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Dynamo forward Brian Ching received some good news from the doctor yesterday and could return for the last two games of the season. HoustonDynamo.com's David Nuno previews Sunday's matchup against the New England Revolution.

Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis was nominated for the Jefferson Award for Public Service. Click here to vote for Brad!

Kyle McCarthy believes new rules will allow for an influx of Designated Player signings going forward.

With a few professional coaches on hand to scout prospective draftees, the University of Maryland defeated the University of Connecticut 1-0 in College Park, MD.

MLSsoccer.com's Noah Davis looks at six questions the U.S. men's national team faces ahead of its friendly this coming Saturday. ESPN.com's Jeff Carlisle sits down with head coach Bob Bradley to talk about the past four years and the next four ahead.

The board of directors at Liverpool have agreed to sell the club to the owners of the Boston Red Sox. MLS Commissioner Don Garber gives his stamp of approval on the deal.