MLS Newsstand – Friday, April 22, 2005

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MetroStars vs. Chicago Fire - ESPN2 - 8:00 p.m.

Metros' chances hinge on battle in the middle (Herald News)

Sarachan tries to light Fire under his defense (Chicago Sun-Times)

Sarachan's cup overflowing (Chicago Daily Southtown)

Metros' Wells looks for first win vs. Fire(Daily Record)

Fire's Sanneh hopes for quick return (Chicago Daily Herald)

Other Soccer Articles

Fans appear ready for L.A. rivalry (Orange County Register)

Reis keeps even keel in new role (Boston Herald)

Real's Kreis returns to Dallas (Deseret Morning News)

Rookie Mediate adjusting well (Columbus Dispatch)

Scoreless streak elicits no cause for alarm from team (Denver Post)

FC Dallas' O'Brien had no hang-ups about long distance (Dallas Morning News)

Revolution united in their hopes for better result (Boston Globe)

San Antonio offers tempting deal for MLS team (Kansas City Star)

Midfield becomes dilemma (Salt Lake Tribune)

Twellman, Nicol eager to shake break (Boston Herald)

Super Clasico is born (ESPN Soccernet.com)

Council kicks in $21.2 million for soccer (San Antonio Express-News)

MLS Confidential: Shaky San Jose not interested in World Cup winner (Soccer America)

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution (Washington Examiner)

History lesson kicks in for Yogi (New York Daily News)

Underdog story makes a winning 'Game' (Boston Globe)

'Game' plays with underdog heart (Washington Times)

Upset On Film: Movie recreates U.S. soccer team's historic 1950 victory (Winston Salem Journal)

The Game of Their Lives (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Upset Special (East Bay Express)

Cliches defeat real drama in story of soccer upset (San Jose Mercury News)

UEFA OKs rule on locally trained players (Associated Press)


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