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MLS Newsstand – Friday, Jan. 5, 2007

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  • MLS turns to the youth (L.A. Daily News)
  • Gonzaga Alum Wins Award, Earns Tryout With D.C. United (Washington Post)
  • Chivas USA is expected to hire a new coach by next week (Orange County Register)
  • Wizards hire Henderson as assistant (Kansas City Star)
  • Bradley opens first U.S. camp (Associated Press)
  • Things looking different for men's national team (Los Angeles Times)
  • 3 MLS teams join Battery in Carolina Challenge Cup (The Post and Courier)
  • Garey puts up one final number for Gators at The Pit: Gators retire number of state's leading scorer (Ascension Citizen)
  • MLS: 'DB' speculation livens up the league (Soccer America)
  • Forward pool lacks impact player without Davies (ESPN.com)
  • Tigres score 2-0 victory over Monterrey (Houston Chronicle)
  • Club América looks to put '06 behind them (Houston Chronicle)
  • Tigres, Necaxa open play with with victories (Houston Chronicle)
  • Club América evokes Yankees comparisons (Houston Chronicle)
  • Club América scrambles to tie (Houston Chronicle)