MLS Newsstand – Saturday, May 22, 2004

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  • Kamler in the teeth of the action (Boston Globe)
  • Colorado ready for much Adu (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Moreno makes quick impact (Press-Enterprise)
  • Wizards happy to have Garcia back (Kansas City Star)
  • Revs backup back in goal: Reis in for hobbled Brown (Boston Herald)
  • D.C. United Faces Tall Order in Denver (Washington Post)
  • In the market for goals, Burn looks for net gains (Dallas Morning News)
  • Adu Graduates From High School (AP)
  • MetroStars hoping Revolution hex ends (New York Post)
  • They have past with Galaxy, but Quakes worry about now (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Slumping Burn pressed for win (Star-Telegram)
  • Once-ignored Carroll becomes key man for United (Washington Times)
  • Moreno Plays to His Strengths (Los Angeles Times)
  • A veteran at age 23 (Columbus Dispatch)
  • National call-ups could weaken Fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Hall standout loving MLS' Revolution (Daily Record)
  • Game preview: Burn at Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Moreno keeps injury-bitten Galaxy kicking (Daily Breeze)
  • Lincicome: 14-year-old makes (exclamation) points for soccer (Rocky Mountain News)
  • T&T's Avery John signs up with Revs in MLS (Trinidad and Tobago Express)
  • Wray & Nephew pumps US$20,000 in Boyz' UK camp (Jamaica Observer)
  • Anderton eyes move to MLS (ESPN.com)
  • Pair of Quakes Get Canada Call (Soccer365.com)
  • Minor-league teams seek major support (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • U.S. Goalkeeper to Start FA Cup Final (AP)
  • Early Risers (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Clifton's Szetela could be Europe's new Adu (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • Former MLS'ers Developing Future Players? (Soccer365.com)

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