MLS Newsstand – Friday, October 8, 2004

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  • Revs: United front: Nicol tight-lipped on lineup for D.C. (Boston Herald)
  • Title in hand, Crew has more to play for (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Revolution united down stretch (Boston Globe)
  • Burn hoping for 'hoops' as FC Dallas (Dallas Morning News)
  • South Korean Great Hong Retiring From MLS (Associated Press)
  • McBride Revisits Past Goals Against El Salvador (Washington Post)
  • Zavagnin, Wolff could be key for U.S. (Kansas City Star)
  • USA to play troubled El Salvador (USA Today)
  • Rewind with Alexi Lalas (USSoccerPlayers.com)
  • U.S. won't hold back in El Salvador (ESPN Soccernet.com)
  • Letter From El Salvador: Fans see little hope (Soccer America.com)
  • MLS Confidential: San Jose déjà vu (Soccer America)
  • With Mathis absent, Cherundolo helps Hannover 96 defeat Hansa Rostock 3-1 (SoccerTimes.com)
  • Friedel considering retiring from Nats (USSoccerUK.com)
  • N.Y. Youth Soccer Group Mandates Headgear (Associated Press)
  • Reliant to host 2005 InterLiga (Houston Chronicle)
  • Heather comes home (Cincinnati Post)
  • Hall of Fame honors soccer's big change (USSoccerPlayers.com)
  • US sales trail next goal for Man U (Evening Standard)
  • Sanchez stands his ground in club row (SportingLife.com)

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