Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear is looking ahead to the weekend.
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Dynamo Daily - August 13, 2010

The Dynamo take on the New England Revolution tomorrow night.  Check out the game preview and know the facts before you watch the game. With some defensive struggles on the season and injuries as of late, head coach Dominic Kinnear might consider moving Geoff Cameron back to the center back position he held last season.

The injuries are piling up for the Dynamo as Brad Davis and Adrian Serioux will not make the trip to New England. Even though the Dynamo have been plagued with various injuries, the Revolution have the same problem going into tomorrow night’s game.

Although their records might not reflect it, both teams are still in the hunt for a playoff spot.

SB Nation answer three questions about the Dynamo season heading into the home stretch.

Kansas City Wizards president Robb Heineman confirmed via Twitter last night that Omar Bravo has indeed signed on with the Wizards, and will begin training with them next preseason.

Jaime Moreno announced that he won’t be returning to D.C. United next season, after spending 14 seasons with the club.

David Beckham is reportedly refusing to play for England in a friendly match for a farewell, simply on a matter of principle.

After a brief stay with Seattle, John Rooney, brother of Wayne Rooney, will be moving over to Portland and working with the Timbers on trial.

As the English Premier League season kicks off, ESPN.com examines American players playing in Europe.

SI.com columnist Steve Davis breaks down the group stage of this year's CONCACAF Champions League.