MLS Newsstand – Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004

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Kansas City Wizards 1 at Chicago Fire 3

  • Goalkeeper change grabs Fire's attention (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire stays perfect at home vs. Wizards (Chicago Tribune)
  • Wizards falter against Fire (Kansas City Star)
  • Mapp leads way, Fire shakes slump (Daily Southtown)
  • Mapp, Williams offensive stars as Fire snaps out of slump (Daily Herald)

    Other MLS and soccer

  • Fire's new soccer stadium will feature hall of fame (Chicago Tribune)
  • Revs catch a break: San Jose's star forwards face double duty (Boston Herald)
  • Ruiz, five others aren't available (Associated Press)
  • San Antonio mulls building soccer stadium (Houston Chronicle)
  • Illinois Hall of Fame to call Bridgeview (Daily Southtown)
  • Galaxy will miss top scorers (Orange County Register)
  • Stadium club (Naperville Sun)
  • MLS Confidential: What Sigi would have done (Soccer America)
  • Home field critical to U.S. success: Hard to win on the road (Boston Herald)
  • In World Cup bid, U.S. must be right at home (New York Daily News)
  • Dutch treat for Beasley (USA Today)
  • U.S. men next face two qualifying tests (Houston Chronicle)
  • U.S. men's soccer team gears up for big matches (Kansas City Star)
  • DaMarcus Beasley is top American Abroad (Soccer America)
  • Airlifting talent hurts Canada in qualifying (Canadian Press)
  • Boyz brace for Panama (Jamaica Observer)
  • Edmonton is a soccer town (Edmonton Sun)
  • St Clair takes cautious approach (Trinidad Guardian)
  • 'Soca Warriors' off to St Kitts (Trinidad Express)
  • Rhinos parlay Olympians visit into ticket drive (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Rooney ready for intense scrutiny (Associated Press)

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