MLS Newsstand – Jan. 26, 2006

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  • Welcome, MLS fans, to the digital age (Houston Chronicle)
  • Soccer faithful get in the spirit of 1836 (Houston Chronicle)
  • MLS' newly named Houston 1836 seeks local support (Associated Press)
  • Fuss about team names shouldn't lead to Mutiny (Houston Chronicle)
  • Galaxy's task: Find a way to stay on top (O.C. Register)
  • Wizards looking for a change (Kansas City Star)
  • Galaxy begin without 'Pando' (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • Jones ready to go for 11th MLS season (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
  • Crew will hit the road, stay busy in preseason (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Johnson injury not thought to be serious (Associated Press)
  • Ballouchy selected second overall (The Santa Clara)
  • MLS Cup MVP Ramirez not expected to return to Galaxy (Associated Press)
  • Stranger in a strange land (Bigapplesoccer.com)
  • Galaxy's Kirk Training With T&T (Soccer365.com)
  • Number as name is just lame (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Cary eager for soccer team (News and Observer)
  • Zenga favors U.S. to make a mark once again (ESPN.com)
  • Late goal lifts Mexico to soccer victory over Norway (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Buzz for Mexican match: A prodigal star returns (San Francisco Chronicle)

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