MLS Newsstand – Friday, Dec. 16, 2005

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  • MLS Gets a New City (Los Angeles Times)
  • Seismic shift: Quakes leaving (Mercury News)
  • MLS brings fútbol to Houston (Houston Chronicle)
  • San Jose offers $80 million for MLS expansion team (Mercury News)
  • Seismic shift: Quakes to Houston (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Club shouldn't be treated like a second-class citizen (Houston Chronicle)
  • Ellinger calls for 10 more victories (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Kids will still play soccer (Mercury News)
  • RSL trades net experience, skill (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Locals react to loss of Major League Soccer (Tracey Press)
  • FC Dallas gains Texas rival with San Jose move (Dallas Morning News)
  • Houston lands San Jose's MLS team, setting up a Texas rivalry (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • MLS Earthquakes to move to Houston (Kansas City Star)
  • Quakes exit, but MLS may return (Oakland Tribune)
  • Introduction to MLS (Houston Chronicle)
  • Fans betrayed by Quakes' departure (Mercury News)
  • Earthquakes history: ups and downs, on the field and off (Mercury News)
  • Assembling the pieces (The Record)
  • Indoor soccer team set for home kicking (Oakland Tribune)
  • Metros get former Rutgers keeper (Trenton Times)
  • Funding stadium from City Hall bad idea (Mercury News)
  • San Jose's MLS team moving to Houston (Associated Press)
  • End of an era (ESPN.com)
  • New Format for FIFA Club Event Gets More of the World Involved (Los Angeles Times)
  • Maryland ends heartbreak (ESPN.com)
  • FIFA Says Iran Not Banned From World Cup (Associated Press)
  • Germans reassure U.S. on World Cup security plans (Reuters)
  • Getting their kicks together (Associated Press)

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