MLS Newsstand – Thursday, August 12, 2004

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Colorado Rapids at D.C. United

  • Adu Scores, United Rolls (Washington Post)
  • United victory keyed by Adu (Washington Times)
  • Rapids suffer '90 minutes of nightmare' (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Adu helps D.C. United end its four-game skid (AP)

    New England Revolution at Dallas Burn

  • Revs too hot for Burn (Boston Herald)
  • Revolution topples Burn with early strike, 3-0 (Dallas Morning News)
  • Noonan's kick lifts Revolution (Boston Globe)
  • English help on the way (Boston Herald)
  • Burn to be known as FC Dallas next year (Dallas Morning News)

    San Jose Earthquakes at Chicago Fire

  • Ralph's late goal ends Fire's victory drought (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Ralph's late goal ends Fire's slide (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire gets over hump (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire battles for a ... victory! (Daily Herald)
  • Earthquakes No. 2 among teams in last (San Jose Mercury News)

    MLS, Olympics and other soccer

  • Things looking up for Glen (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Dallas Burn nickname about to become history (Houston Chronicle)
  • Allred joins Salt Lake side (SportsNetwork)
  • Club America Eyeing Quakes Relocation (USSoccerUK.com)
  • Hamm shakes off Greece as U.S. women roll (USA Today)
  • U.S. Gets Off to Early Start (Washington Post)
  • Hamm Has Plenty Left (L.A. Times)
  • U.S. proves it's the Greek hero, 3-0 (Orange County Register)
  • U.S. women in kick-start (New York Daily News)
  • Holan not part of Greek soccer (Oakland Tribune)
  • Olympic Soccer Gets Boot (New York Post)
  • Defeat fails to dim Greeks' enthusiasm (Chicago Tribune)
  • Solid Start for U.S. Women (AP)
  • Greek men salvage tie with South Korea (AP)
  • Zinedine Zidane announces retirement from international soccer (AP)

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