MLS Newsstand – Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005

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New England Revolution 1, Columbus Crew 1
Twellman, Revolution give a little extra in tie (Boston Globe)
Revs deliver late again (Boston Herald)
Frustrated Crew watches late lead slip away again (Columbus Dispatch)
Score another one for him (Boston Globe)
Barclay unable to crack lineup following injury (Columbus Dispatch)

Los Angeles Galaxy 1, FC Dallas 4
Kids play: FCD makes it look easy, 4-1 (The Dallas Morning News)
Young forward fills void in victory over Galaxy (The Star-Telegram)
Galaxy Drops One to Dallas (Los Angeles Times)
Soccer roundup: Galaxy's luck all bad in loss to FC Dallas (Los Angeles Daily News)
Ruiz's injury leaves team hamstrung (The Dallas Morning News)

Real Salt Lake 0, Colorado Rapids 2
Rapids make playoffs a virtual certainty with win (Rocky Mountain News)
Playoffs one point away (The Denver Post)
Foss, Rapids shut out Real Salt Lake (Associated Press)

Chicago Fire 0, San Jose Earthquakes 2
Quakes win game but not the West (San Jose Mercury News)
Quakes put out Fire with ease (San Francisco Chronicle)
Earthquakes halt Fire streak at 3 (Associated Press)

D.C. United at Universidad Catolica
Success Is Foreign Feeling for United, MLS Abroad (Washington Post)
United hoping long trip to Chile not in vain (Washington Times)

Other Soccer Articles
Wizards' Sealy finds success in MLS after exiting pool (Kansas City Star)
De Rosario learns patience (ESPN.com)
Offensive style pleasing to the eye (ESPN.com)
Cunningham makes shift Colorado, boosts career (USA Today)
Bucks owner steps away, eyes MLS bid (Westland Observer)
An offseason of change for the Timbers (The Oregonian)
Kidnapped Soccer Coach Rescued in Mexico (New York Times)
Job not over for Bradley and Metros (New York Daily News)
Soccer Fans Won't Get Fueled Again (Los Angeles Times)


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