MLS Newsstand – Oct. 7-8, 2005

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MetroStars at D.C. United

  • United at the front of Argentine explosion (Washington Times)
  • Time of essence for Metros (Herald News)
  • Boswell Eyes Return to Early-Season Form (Washington Post)
  • Yallop to coach MetroStars? (Globe and Mail)
  • New England Revolution at Kansas City Wizards

  • Yeah, it's on their minds (Kansas City Star)
  • A legend's last shot (Kansas City Star)
  • Long and short of it (Boston Globe)
  • Revs look to secure home edge in playoffs (Patriot Ledger)
  • Reunited for a common goal (Boston Globe)
  • New England Revolution (16-7-7) at Wizards (11-9-10) (Kansas City Star)
  • Columbus Crew at Chicago Fire

  • Fire to soldier on after saying goodbye (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Little change expected in Crew lineup, intensity (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Young players making key contributions to Fire (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Fire draws curtain on Soldier Field years (Chicago Tribune)
  • Colorado Rapids at FC Dallas

  • FC Dallas seeks playoff urgency (Dallas Morning News)
  • Rapids race clock, sprint for second (Rocky Mountain News)
  • MLS' hardware lies beyond the depths of the Rapids (Star-Telegram)
  • Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes

  • Quakes hope to stay unbeaten at home (San Jose Mercury News)
  • RSL likes chances against San Jose (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Will Real SL talk the talk or walk the walk vs. 'Quakes? (Deseret Morning News)
  • Position switch works wonders for Brown (Deseret Morning News)
  • WCQ - USA vs Costa Rica and Other Soccer Articles

  • U.S. Team to Rest Its Starters (Los Angeles Times)
  • Soccer deal still in play (Toronto Star)
  • Lalas does it his way (ESPN.com)
  • World Cup crunch time: 10 spots decided and 22 remain (Associated Press)
  • Colombian Soccer Star's Killer Released (Associated Press)

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