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Dynamo Daily - May 18, 2010

Good news for Dynamo fans. Luis Landín practiced after missing last Thursday’s game with a concussion and Cam Weaver put in a full training session for the first time since injuring his right knee in a preseason game against San Jose. Weaver said a return this weekend against D.C. United is a possibility.

Brad Davis talked about injuries and inconsistency in the latest edition of Uno a uno con el Dynamo. The Dynamo dropped to 7th in Steve Davis’s latest power rankings. ranked the Dynamo 5th in their latest MLS rankings.

MLS All-Star balloting is open. Help ensure your favorite Dynamo players are on the field when Manchester United comes for the 2010 AT&T MLS All-Star Game on July 28.

Brian Ching arrived in Princeton, N.J. over the weekend, at the U.S. men’s national team training camp. Ching said it is an honor every time he wears the national team colors, because he never knows when it will be his last time.

After Landon Donovan inferred that English striker Wayne Rooney would be worn out from the long soccer season, Jozy Altidore joined the fun by predicting the United States would defeat England 3-0. 

The big news coming out of MLS this week is the potential signing of Thierry Henry by the New York Red Bulls. Barcelona vice-chairman Rafael Yuste says the team is putting the finishing touches on a deal that will allow Henry to come to the United States. Grant Wahl believes Henry will fit in well in New York, but will not immediately dominate the league as many would expect. Filip Bondy says Henry is exactly what New York needs to put itself back on the soccer map.

For all the trading card collectors, Upper Deck released its latest set of MLS trading cards, featuring the top stars from Major League Soccer.