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Dynamo Daily - July 14, 2010

The Dynamo announced some personnel changes today, with the addition of Ghanaian midfielder Anthony Obodai. In addition, Luis Landin was released from the team and assistant coach John Spencer has resigned.

Dynamo COO Chris Canetti wrote a blog post for FoxSportsHouston.com, detailing his expectations for the 2010 AT&T MLS All-Star Game.

With the World Cup behind us, Steve Davis of SI.com, looks at ten MLS players who could make a contribution to the 2014 U.S. World Cup squad, including Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron. Davis also believes Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis should be selected on Friday as one of the MLS All-Star reserves.

Landon Donovan talks about his involvement in the All-Star Game this year and what it means to be playing in Houston. Speaking of the All-Star Game, the Dynamo and Mayor Annise Parker today announced a full slate of events for the week leading up to the game. Check out the entire All-Star week schedule here.

SuperLiga starts tonight!  Make sure you know who’s playing.

The New York Red Bulls have signed French superstar Thierry Henry. With that signing, Henry is expected to make his first MLS appearance when the Red Bulls play the Dynamo at Robertson Stadium on July 31.