MLS Newsstand – Saturday, April 15, 2004

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  • Five years in stadium a milestone for Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Noonan, Revs hope offense will turn up (Boston Herald)
  • Metros in line of Fire (New York Post)
  • Ralston is OK just winging it (Boston Globe)
  • Galaxy puts last year behind them (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Burn midfielder enjoys playing tackle Futbol (Dallas Morning News)
  • Cerritos takes up turn for United (Washington Times)
  • Earthquakes at Dallas (San Jose Mercury News)
  • MetroStars look to get back at Fire (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Rapids hope to keep feet on ground (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Jones return lifts Galaxy (Daily Breeze)
  • Galaxy Tonight vs. Colorado, 7 (L.A. Times)
  • MetroStars hope Glen stays hot against Fire (Daily Record)
  • A change in the middle for Burn (Star-Telegram)
  • Road home beckons Fire after N.Y. twin bill (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • The Press-Enterprise (Doing what he does best)
  • Adu a major minor (Kansas City Star)
  • Moreno revived by return to D.C. (Washington Times)
  • Mayor spikes plan for luring pro soccer team here by 2005 (San Antonio Business Journal)
  • MetroStars (2-1-2) vs. Chicago Fire (2-1-3) (Newark Star Ledger)
  • Animosity surfaces again for Calloway, Wynalda (Rochester Democrat and Chonicle)
  • Gansler looking to hold advantage (USSoccerUK.com)
  • Rewind with Joe-Max Moore (USSoccerPlayers.com)
  • 365 Q&A With Brian Kamler (Soccer365.com)
  • MLS moves All-Star game to July 31 (AP)
  • South Africa Expected to Get 2010 World Cup (Los Angeles Times)

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