MLS Newsstand – Monday, November 22, 2004 to Monday, November 29, 2004

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  • Donovan bids S.J. Goodbye (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Metros' stadium project up in air (Herald News)
  • A world away (San Bernardino Sun)
  • Meola says Wizards intend to trade him (Kansas City Star)
  • Time right for Donovan to depart (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Euro powers eye Johnson's magic (Dallas Morning News)
  • Still Waiting for a New Home (New York Times)
  • Adu kicks U.S. past Mexico (Orlando Sun-Sentinel)
  • Salt Lake lands Rapids defender (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Donovan jolts Earthquakes, bolts San Jose for Germany (Oakland Tribune)
  • Donovan to leave MLS and rejoin Leverkusen (Associated Press)
  • Wizards and United to compete in Champions Cup (Sports Network)
  • Keller resigned to reserve role at Spurs (Reuters)
  • Quakes, Ekelund to part ways (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Bliss not a prime candidate for the Rhinos (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Penalty kick lifts U.S. (Miami Herald)
  • Soccer notebook: It's one loss too many (Star-Ledger)
  • A good first step (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Most valuable to a big year: U.S. coach Arena (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Added Time: Coach Colin's callin' on everyone (Dallas Morning News)
  • Inside Soccer: Rivalry week reveals routs, racism (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Winners & Losers: Goals for Beasley, Luchi Gonzalez (Soccer America)
  • Rapids Lose Two To Chivas (Soccer365.com)
  • Los Angeles MLS expansion team makes first trade (Associated Press)
  • MLS Confidential: Offshore training (Soccer America)
  • Swoosh or stripes? (Associated Press)
  • Head games (Bradenton Herald)
  • Brown still kickin': Revs keeper not done yet (Boston Herald)
  • Bobic denies US offer (Sky Sports)
  • Elber in Matthäus' footsteps? (FCBayern.de)
  • Bridgeview officially gets home of Fire (Daily Southtown)
  • Renderings reveal angle in stadium design (Daily Southtown)
  • Plenty to be grateful for in MLS (Washington Times)
  • Feyenoord Pass On Dempsey (Soccer365.com)
  • Baker, Howey head home (Boston Globe)
  • Soccer family overcomes grief with fond memories (Memphis Commercial Appeal)
  • MLS makes plans for reserve league (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Striker faces rape attempt charge (AssociaBBC News)
  • Bocanegra in fighting form (The London Sunday-Times)
  • Congratulations, Donovan (SI.com)
  • Real Salt Lake adds midfielder (Deseret Morning News)
  • Playmakers look the key (Sportinglife.com)
  • Beasley helps Eindhoven make furthest advance in Champions League (SoccerTimes.com)
  • Donovan takes career in a different direction (Houston Chronicle)
  • Donovan set to return to Europe (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
  • Soccer stadium takes a foothold (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Racist remarks toward soccer stars continue (Miami Herald)
  • Chivas aims Inland (Press-Enterprise)
  • The MLS expansion draft is only the first step in a new team's identity (Fox Sports World)
  • Donovan off to Germany (Orlando Sun-Sentinel)
  • Gold Cup spots up for grabs (Associated Press)
  • Football industry's global marketplace (BBC News)
  • MLS 2004 Season Review (ESPN Soccernet.com)
  • Boyz stay perfect (Jamaica Observer)
  • Soccer Headgear: Does It Do Any Good? (New York Times)


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