MLS Newsstand – Thursday, June 9, 2005

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WCQ - USA 3 at Panama 0

U.S. Makes Reservations for Germany (New York Times)

U.S. Leaves Another Foe Blank (Washington Post)

U.S. closer to Cup berth after win in Panama (USA Today)

U.S. cruises past Panama (Houston Chronicle)

U.S Takes Care of Business, 3-0 (Los Angeles Times)

Team USA on easy street (ESPN.com)

Americans in control (Associated Press)

Other Soccer Articles

United Will Get A New Owner (Washington Post)

Back in Columbus, Cunningham moving on (Columbus Dispatch)

Joseph knows best: Revs midfielder monitors health (Boston Herald)

Challenge ahead for USA's Under-20 club (USA Today)

Reserved Galaxy Loses Friendly, 2-0 (Los Angeles Times)

Wizards rediscover defense (Kansas City Star)

Chivas coach doubles up on workouts (Pasadena Star-News)

Galaxy gain everything but victory (Daily Breeze)

Reserves help guide RSL to exhibition win (Deseret Morning News)

Adu looking to impress at youth tourney (USA Today)

Hall of Fame adds Clavijo to '05 class (Denver Post)

Watson provides spark (Salt Lake Tribune)

Something's amiss (SI.com)

Reserves stage Real rally (Salt Lake Tribune)

Japanese club blanks Galaxy (Orange County Register)

Real recovery (Ogden Standard Examiner)

Two Rapids going to Hall of Fame (Rocky Mountain News)

RSL shows it can win on grass (Deseret Morning News)

Smith to get more starts? (The Bermuda Sun)

MetroStars Ante up the offense (Newsday)

RSL's Watson makes most of minutes (Deseret Morning News)

Galaxy falls to Japanese champs (Pasadena Star News)

World Cup defender Clavijo selected for U.S. soccer hall (Associated Press)

World of interest (Miami Herald)

Salt Lake gives soccer a 'Real' chance (SLCC Globe)

Argentina caps big day of World Cup qualifying (Associated Press)

Mexico still undefeated in qualifying (Associated Press)

Wanchope's Goal Gives It to Costa Rica (Associated Press)

Old country feelin' (Toronto Star)

Italy, Serbia and Montenegro delight Toronto crowd (Canadian Press)

A goal scorer for the people (Toronto Star)

Vaughan plays for stadium (Toronto Star)


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