MLS Newsstand – Thursday, May 12, 2005

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Chivas staying focused after rough start (Pasadena Star-News)

Earthquakes defender has torn knee ligament (San Jose Mercury News)

Galaxy wants to end road woes (Los Angeles Daily News)

Wizards bidder considers keeping team here (Kansas City Star)

Mediate's career choice looks good after first goal (Columbus Dispatch)

Elder Besagno steals show in Sounders win (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)

Lore of Gros' goal keeps growing (Washington Times)

Road woes plague Galaxy (Press-Enterprise)

RSL's Kamler has a passion for all things related to Disney (Salt Lake Tribune)

Kinnear: a legacy of class (Oakland Tribune)

Andrew Murstein discusses his MLS vision (FoxSports.com)

Maple Valley's Besagno delivers 1-0 victory for Sounders over Real Salt Lake (Seattle Times)

Jamaican star Williams evolving into new role (Houston Chronicle)

Beckham, Owen won't join England at Soldier Field (Chicago Sun-Times)

Twellman eager to stay healthy (ESPN.com)

Adu covets playing in Premier League (Orange County Register)

Saprissa of Costa Rica Wins Champions' Cup (Associated Press)

Crouch and Carrick named to England squad for U.S matches (Associated Press)

Glazer launches Manchester United takeover (Associated Press)


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