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Dynamo Daily - May 21, 2010

After a disappointing 3-1 loss at Real Salt Lake, the Dynamo will look to rebound with a home match against D.C. United tomorrow night. Kyle McCarthy believes if the Dynamo can get out to an early lead on Saturday, United will crumble. Both teams are looking to bounce back from poor previous performances.

Joseph Ngwenya has been issued a new ITC by FIFA and is eligible to play for the Dynamo in tomorrow night’s game. Coupled with the return of Cam Weaver, Houston has a new-found depth at the forward position.

A little dated, but Wednesday morning, defender Mike Chabala appeared on Great Day Houston to discuss that night’s fundraising event at Lucky’s Pub. CW 39 captured footage of the celebrity bartenders and interviewed midfielder Richard Mulrooney. Mulrooney also appeared on MyFox 26, Thursday morning, to speak about the event.

Through his ‘Bald is Beautiful’ campaign, defender Craig Waibel is raising funds to help children with cancer. 

In his latest column in Rumbo, forward Luis Landín says he is excited to get back on the field, after missing last week’s game due to a concussion.

Brian Ching spoke with Glenn Davis about what it would mean to make the World Cup squad.

After the game against D.C. United, fans are encouraged to stick around and watch the Dynamo Academy take on the U-17 U.S. national team, which features Dynamo Academy members Fernando Piña and Bryan Celis.

Tomorrow night, Dynamo fans have the opportunity to appear in a World Cup commercial, courtesy of Volkswagen.