Dynamo Daily - October 8, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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The Houston Dynamo will look to add to their two-game unbeaten streak when they take on the New England Revolution Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. at Robertson Stadium. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Dynamo will be playing with a pink ball and will give away pink hats to the first 5,000 fans.

Ryan Cochrane and Adrian Serioux have worked hard to earn a spot in the starting rotation over the past few games.

Construction began this week on The House That Ching Built. Feel free to read this well-written article detailing the program, that includes a video clip from Great Day Houston. Bobby Boswell had some fun yesterday interviewing Brian Ching and Colin Clark at the build site.

Dynamo midfielder Colin Clark, who was recently acquired in a trade for Brian Mullan, took a few minutes to answer questions yesterday from HoustonDynamo.com.

Speaking of Brian Mullan, there was an interesting article in The Citizen, looking at the player's trade from a different perspective.

Manhattan Construction Co. has been selected to build the Dynamo's new stadium in downtown Houston.

Glenn Davis throws out a few names for guys he would love to see as future Dynamo Designated Players.

AOL Fanhouse looks at five interesting matchups over the last three weeks of the season.

SI.com columnist Steve Davis previews Saturday night's friendly between the U.S. and Poland.

Kyle McCarthy previews all MLS matchups for week 28.