MLS Newsstand – Monday, May 24, 2004

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Colorado Rapids vs. D.C. United

  • 31,441 flock to Adu (Denver Post)
  • Different Lineup, Same Result (Washington Post)
  • Rapids put clamps on Adu, D.C. United (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Rapids win this night but signing Freddy Adu a coup for MLS (Colorado Springs Gazette)
  • Peguero Helps Rapids Defeat D.C. United (Associated Press)

    San Jose Earthquakes vs. Los Angeles Galaxy

  • Earthquakes rock weary Galaxy 4-2 (USA Today)
  • DeRosario delivers for Earthquakes (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Galaxy Can't Find Way Out of the Woods (L.A. Times)
  • Ching Gets 2 Goals in Earthquakes' Win (Associated Press)
  • Earthquakes shake up visiting Galaxy (Daily Breeze)

    MetroStars vs. New England Revolution

  • Revolution reboot system (Boston Globe)
  • Scoring drought tests Twellman (Boston Herald)
  • Still a bulldog, John puts national team duty on hold (Boston Globe)
  • Backup plan works out well for Reis (Boston Herald)
  • MetroStars come back to tie Revs (New York Daily News)
  • Revolution can't provide finishing touches (Boston Globe)
  • New look knot bad: Revised Revs dominate in tie (Boston Herald)
  • Signs of progress for Revs in draw with MetroStars (Providence Journal)
  • Revolution settle for draw with MetroStars (Attleboro Sun Chronicle)
  • MetroStars force N.E. into a draw (Associated Press)
  • MLS: MetroStars 1, New England 1 (United Press International)
  • Metros' coach critical of team's effort in tie (North Jersey Herald News)

    Dallas Burn vs. Kansas City Wizards

  • Dominant Wolff helps Wizards take down Burn (Kansas City Star)
  • Burn's skid hits 3 games (Dallas Morning News)
  • Wizards Notebook (Kansas City Star)
  • Kansas City Wizards Shut Down Dallas 2-0 (Associated Press)

    Columbus Crew vs. Chicago Fire

  • Rare opportunity results in Ritch reward (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Fire Notebook - Burbank to host Fire exhibition vs. Reserves (Daily Southtown)
  • Sarachan finds loss difficult to explain (Chicago Tribune)
  • Cunningham's penalty kick breaks ice (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Crew hangs loss on Fire (Daily Herald)
  • Soldier yield: Fire gets thumped by Crew (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Nothing trendy about Fire's loss (Daily Southtown)
  • Crew 3, Fire 1 (Associated Press)
  • McBride visit reminds Crew how much he is missed (Columbus Dispatch)
  • It adds up: Hard to sit Selolwane (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire hopes to get cookin' at home (Daily Southtown)
  • Lean streak: Busy Beasley holding up quite well well despite (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire hosts punchless Crew (Daily Herald)
  • Fire hunt fifth straight win (Jamaica Observer)

    Other MLS articles

  • MLS: Marketing to Latino community (Long Beach Press Telegram)
  • MLS considers franchise in Salt Lake (Desert Morning News)
  • A Sporting chance at Foxboro (New Bedford Standard-Times)
  • Howard becomes first American to win FA Cup in Man. United's triumph (SoccerTimes.com)
  • Real Madrid's Losing Streak Reaches Five (L.A. Times)
  • MLS launches site; NBA's top champs battle (The State)
  • Thomas Jefferson soccer star earns spot on Under 18 team (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • Reserve thumps St. Louis (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Howard bridges the pond (Miami Herald)
  • McDonald's soccer games leaving for L.A. (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Adu scores by showing he's smart (The Star)
  • QBs Warner, Gannon face tough time landing a job (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)

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