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MLS Newsstand – June 5-7, 2004

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Monday, June 7, 2004

  • Penalty-kick stop by Busch extends win streak to four (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Chips don't fall their way (Boston Globe)
  • Columbus gets inside information (Boston Globe)
  • Rematch revs up assistant coach (Columbus Dispatch)
  • John perturbed by penalty (Boston Herald)
  • Cancela, Revs miss mark: Rally fails against Crew (Boston Herald)
  • Foundering Revolution lose to Crew (Providence Journal)
  • Revolution fall (The Middletown Press)
  • Unbeaten in Last 6, Crew Top Revolution (Associated Press)
  • Ahead Of The Game (Adweek.com)
  • Morning Line: Freddy vs. Jason, part 1 (Dallas Morning News)
  • Coach Ercoli is unhappy with effort, calls meeting (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Boyz leave for World Cup date (Jamaica Observer)
  • Charitable giving shows recent signs of life in valley (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Pumas, Chivas in Mexico final (Orange County Register)

    Sunday, June 6, 2004

    Columbus Crew at New England Revolution

  • Forward step for Dempsey (Boston Globe)
  • Revs set sights on a right turn (Boston Herald)
  • Crew defense pulls together(Columbus Dispatch)

    D.C. United at Chicago Fire

  • Ralph's 3 goals outshine Adu (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire's Ralph shows The Kid how it's done (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire's Ralph steals the show from Adu (Daily Herald)
  • Hats off to Fire's Ralph (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire welcomes Adu, celebrates Ralph's hat trick (Naperville Sun)
  • United's Third Loss in Four Matches Is 'Embarrassing' (Washington Post)
  • Adu not able to cut loose against Fire (Daily Herald)
  • Hat tricks are for this kid (The Northwest Indiana Times )
  • MLS better take care of its golden goose (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Ralph Scores 3 Goals As Fire Top United (Associated Press)

    Kansas City Wizards at Los Angeles Galaxy

  • Wizards snap slide on road (Kansas City Star)
  • Galaxy Lets One (Point) Slip Away (Los Angeles Times)
  • Galaxy falls at home after late K.C. goal (Orange County Register)
  • Wizards hand Galaxy their 1st home loss (Daily Breeze)
  • Galaxy wastes lead in 2-1 loss (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Ruiz's absence catches up to Galaxy (The Press-Telegram)
  • Wizards beat Galaxy 2-1 (Associated Press)

    Dallas Burn at MetroStars

  • Burn forward takes charge in 2-0 win over MetroStars (Dallas Morning News)
  • Mended defense lifts Burn in win (Star-Telegram)
  • MetroStars 0-2 Dallas: FT Report (Associated Press)
  • Burn blank MetroStars (North Jersey Herald News)
  • MetroStars barely put up a fight (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • MetroStars Fall Flat as Burn Snaps Skid (New York Times)
  • Metros feeling Burn-ed (New York Post)
  • MetroStars get Burned at home (New York Daily News)

    Canadian national team at San Jose Earthquakes

  • Power outage ends Quakes game (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Yallop can still win in San Jose (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Canada defeats Earthquakes 3-1 (Canadian Press and Associated Press)

    Other MLS

  • Saints may move in for 'Jitterbug' (The Daily Echo - UK)
  • Fire Notebook: Klopas enters Ring of Fire (Daily Southtown)
  • European Teams Have Mixed Results (Los Angeles Times)
  • English Premier League team Everton to play in Houston (Houston Chronicle)
  • Full U.S. side will face Brazilians (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Getting ready! (Jamaica Observer)
  • Kickers Notes (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Much Adu about Freddy livens night for Menace (Des Moines Register)
  • Freddy's best asset: A drawing power for MLS (Daily Southtown)

    Saturday, June 5, 2004

  • Fire attendance to get a kick out of Adu (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Adu even draws raves from foes (Daily Herald)
  • United's Perkins Makes Systematic Climb (Washington Post)
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  • Ready or not, D.M., heeeere's Freddy (Des Moines Register)
  • Burn's primary goal: create opportunities (Dallas Morning News)
  • Burn's Jolley back on his feet (Star-Telegram)
  • MetroStars sign Brenes (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Jolley will get warm welcome from area MetroStars' fans (Daily Record)
  • Wolyniec earns place as starter (NY Post)
  • Tough road for Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Wizards not on U.S. team after all (Kansas City Star)
  • Wizards (3-4-2) at Los Angeles Galaxy (5-2-3) (Kansas City Star)
  • Testimonial game set for Cienfuegos (Press-Enterprise)
  • Galaxy Tonight vs. Kansas City, 7:30 (Los Angeles Times)
  • Effort better for Galaxy this season (Press-Enterprise)
  • Late show is worth wait (Boston Globe)
  • Rookie midfielder has Belmont stake (Columbus Dispatch)
  • L.A. Will Get Second Pro Soccer Team (Los Angeles Times)
  • This time, Yallop is the opponent (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Canadian trio face friends as Canada takes on San Jose Earthquakes (Canadian Press)
  • Cienfuegos Honored by Soccer Family (MatchNight.com)
  • One-on-One with Frank Yallop: The Return Of The King (MatchNight.com)
  • 10 v 1 with Kyle Beckerman (Soccer365.com)
  • State of the pool (ESPN.com)
  • U.S. soccer drops four players (Associated Press)
  • Rhinos win fifth straight (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)

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