MLS Newsstand – Saturday, July 2, 2005

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DC United at Columbus Crew

New keeper could give Crew a boost vs. United (Columbus Dispatch)

Striker Eskandarian Still Not Ready to Play (Washington Post)

San Jose Earthquakes at FC Dallas

FC Dallas built for success (Dallas Morning News)

Team captain unselfish as he tackles tough job (Star-Telegram)

Chicago Fire at Chivas USA

Reinforcements Long Overdue (LA Times)

Fire hopes to party on (Chicago Daily Southtown)

Chivas looks to kick-start its offense (Orange County Register)

Conditions perfect for Fire success (chicago Tribune)

Fire's June surge continues (Chicago Tribune)

Struggling Chivas tries to avoid being MLS's worst (LA Daily News)

Chivas USA part II (Press Enterprise)

Other soccer articles

Premier League Team Cries Foul Over 'Deal' (LA Times)

Dunseth set for 'fashionable' return (Deseret Morning News)

Jury out on Meola and Suarez (ESPN.com)

ESPN2 should forget gimmicks (Washington Times)

Another site emerges downtown as possible RSL pro soccer venue (Salt Lake Tribune)


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