MLS Newsstand – Friday, April 14, 2004

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  • Andrulis, Smith safe for now (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Fire puts first place on the line (Naperville Sun)
  • Revs' Dorman gets dual education (Boston Herald)
  • Kreis, Rhine could be inserted into starting lineup at forward (Dallas Morning News)
  • Perseverance pays off for MetroStars' Wolyniec (North Jersey Herald-News)
  • Former Sandburg star Regan would love to douse Fire (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Petke Is Benched, But No 'Ill Will' (Washington Post)
  • A shift for the defense (Boston Globe)
  • First-of-its-kind still plays big role in world of soccer (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Fire forced to reschedule eight games (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • John, Kante eye opportunity (Boston Herald)
  • Botswana's Selolwane: "It's a challenge to better ourselves" (FIFAWorldCup.com)
  • Offense intended – defense wins nothing (USAToday.com)
  • Fire changes schedule for eight games during summer (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • MLS Move Jumbles Schedules (L.A. Times)

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