Houston Dynamo

Dynamo Daily - May 28, 2010

Tomorrow night, the Houston Dynamo will welcome expansion team Philadelphia Union to Robertson Stadium. With Brian Ching, Pat Onstad, and Andrew Hainault back with the team, the Dynamo will look to win their last home game before Major League Soccer breaks for the World Cup. The Dynamo hope to win two games in a row for the first time all season. Goal.com's Kyle McCarthy predicts a win for the Dynamo after keeping Houston fifth in his latest power rankings.

Dynamo forward Luis Angel Landín is beginning to shine after a slow 2009 season and a few minor injuries. Landín is happy with the competition between all Dynamo forwards, believing it improves their level of play as they are forced to earn their spot in the starting lineup each week.

With school ending, now is the perfect time for students to enroll in summer sports camps. The Dynamo offer several camps for kids to learn more about the game from top professionals.

On June 10, the Dynamo will travel to Corpus Christi for a friendly against the Laredo Heat. As part of the festivities, officials from Stripes and Ryan-Sanders Baseball will announce the winner of the Stripes-Corpus Christi Hooks Soccer Field of Dreams project.

After having his head shaved for the “Bald is Beautiful” campaign, Dynamo defender Mike Chabala celebrated his 26th birthday at Hotel ZaZa with 200 of his closest friends.

The U.S. national team has the fewest number of MLS players on its roster since the formation of the league, with only four players from MLS teams.

Manchester United is in the news again, and not for their North American soccer tour. In response to the rumors of Manchester United being up for sale, the Glazer family has released a statement that denies any acceptance of bids for team ownership.

Alex Labidou wonders if a promotion and relegation system could ever work in the United States.