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Dynamo Daily - June 1, 2010

After a 3-2 loss to the expansion Philadelphia Union, the Dynamo have a quick turnaround, as they prepare for tomorrow night’s match against the New York Red Bulls.

There were few smiles out of the Dynamo locker room Saturday night, as the players were clearly angry at losing their third home game of the year.

Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle believes there are certain Mexican players who could learn from the example that Brian Ching set, after being told he would not make his national team’s World Cup roster.

Dynamo COO Chris Canetti offers up some bright spots for the Dynamo organization in the latest edition of Canetti’s Corner. Click here for more photos of the “Bald is Beautiful” event that took place last week.

Dynamo goalkeeper Pat Onstad sat down for a Q&A with MLSsoccer.com to discuss the state of Canadian soccer.

Good news out of the Dynamo Academy. After a rough stretch during April and May, the U-16s and U-18s won two out of three matches over the weekend at the USSF Developmental Academy Spring Showcase in Sarasota, FL. The U-18s must now wait to find out if the wins were enough to secure a place in the Academy playoffs.

In the latest Dynamo Gameday Magazine feature, one can read about Mike Chabala and the commitment it took to crack the starting lineup for the Houston Dynamo.

FIFA has cracked down on the use of a famous penalty kicking technique, trademarked by the Brazilians.