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Dynamo Daily - June 4, 2010

The Houston Dynamo will travel to Los Angeles this weekend to take on the undefeated Galaxy, in the Dynamo’s last MLS match before the league breaks for the World Cup. The Dynamo will have to cut down on its mental mistakes if they want to defeat the first-place Galaxy.

In the latest edition of Uno a uno con el Dynamo, Pat Onstad spoke about the current state of the Dynamo’s season and his trip to Argentina.

Lovel Palmer took some time to meet with members of Houston’s Caribbean community, signing autographs and answering questions from his fans.

The U.S team has one more opportunity to perfect their game playing Australia on Saturday.

England’s captain, Rio Ferdinand, suffered a left knee injury during training that will likely put him out of the opening match against the United States on June 12.

In a stunning turn of events, Cote d’Ivoire striker Didier Drogba has suffered an elbow injury that will keep him out of the World Cup. The Chelsea injury bug strikes again as Drogba is the third Chelsea player to be ruled out of the World Cup, following Michael Ballack and Michael Essien.

Don’t forget to tune into KHOU 11.2 at 9 p.m. tonight for the latest edition of Dynamo Weekly.