MLS Newsstand – Thursday, June 16, 2005

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Chicago Fire 3 at D.C. United 4

A Goal Explosion For United (Washington Post)

Boswell's late goal sends United to win (Washington Times)

Rookie's first goal lifts D.C. United past Fire (Chicago Sun-Times)

Fire has no 'D' vs. D.C. (Chicago Daily Southtown)

Los Angeles Galaxy 0 at Colorado Rapids 1

Rapids down two players but still win (Rocky Mountain News)

Galaxy Gets Tripped on Road (Los Angeles Times)

Cannon helps Rapids stop winless streak (Denver Post)

Short-handed Rapids hang on to beat L.A. (Boulder Daily Camera)

Galaxy's road woes worsen (Los Angeles Daily News)

Rapids End Losing Streak, Beat Galaxy 1-0 (Pasadena Star News)

An end to road trouble? (Pasadena Star-News)

Other soccer articles

European Teams to Take On MLS (Los Angeles Times)

United Is Set to Play Chelsea in Landover (Washington Post)

Serving up a new stadium (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

More than one topping for Pizza Hut Park (Dallas Morning News)

Crunch time for Twellman: Revs star needs to get healthy (Boston Herald)

Quakes at a loss without stars (San Francisco Chronicle)

Barrett turning coaches' heads (Herald News)

Where the real power lies (SI.com)

Rookie Watson shows potential (Deseret Morning News)

Glen gets his chance (Columbus Dispatch)

RSL Notes: Behncke atoning for poor play (Salt Lake Tribune)

With Metros, Lalas sees stars (New York Daily News)

U.S. national team captain Reyna resting, recuperating (USA Today)

U.S. quest for respect showing positive signs (Houston Chronicle)

U.S. Soccer Players Gain Global Respect (Associated Press)

U.S. maintains spot in FIFA rankings, Germany falls (Associated Press)

Best to tour in US (Boston Globe)

Lalas brings new vision to MetroStars (ESPN.com)

Rice-Eccles as long-term home for RSL has pros, cons (Salt Lake Tribune)

Colombia, Netherlands reach 2nd round at youth worlds (Associated Press)

Argentina, Germany win at Confederations (Associated Press)

Charlton Athletic, U.K. Soccer Also-Ran, Seeks a U.S. Beckham (Bloomberg)


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