MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, July 20, 2004

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  • Tottenham Hotspur Is Out Of Running for D.C.'s Convey (Washington Post)
  • Beasley appears headed for Netherlands (USA Today)
  • Fire in hot pursuit of U.S. Open Cup (Daily Herald)
  • Crew hasn't forgotten loss to Fire in '98 (Columbus Dispatch)
  • D.C.'s Convey may play overseas soon (Washington Times)
  • Silverbacks could tarnish Wizards' run (The Kansas City Star)
  • Healthy Wolff regains all-star status (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • Confident Twellman has pluck on his side (Boston Globe)
  • Rhinos revved up for New England (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Revolution open to changes (Boston Globe)
  • Revs in Ludlow tonight (The Republican)
  • Twilight of Career Bright for Austrian (New York Times)
  • Heaps backs Revs' lineup (Boston Herald)
  • Ready for a fight (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Metros' foe charged up
    (New York Daily News)

  • Chronopoulos ready for Open Cup return (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Soccer notebook: Szetela situation flubbed by MLS (Star-Ledger)
  • U.S. Open Cup: Fire At Columbus (Daily Southtown)
  • Beasley Moved to PSV Eindhoven (LA Times)
  • Open Cup is one goal for Burn
    (Star-Telegram)

  • Burn hosts Colorado in U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday (Dallas Morning News)
  • Thunder will try to upset Galaxy (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
  • Minnesota Thunder has new attitude about Cup (Star-Tribune)
  • At a glance: Minnesota Thunder vs. Los Angeles Galaxy (Star-Tribune)
  • League's expansion into Utah has some fans jazzed, others jaded (The Kansas City Star)
  • Chivas brings Mexican flavor to MLS (Daily Herald)
  • Staying put (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Even 'good' makeup calls don't paint a very pretty picture (Daily Herald)
  • Coppell in for Convey and Keown (Reading Evening Post)
  • Names in the Game (AP)
  • Soldier Field to become Man United center (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Mexico coach again threatens to resign (Orange County Register)
  • Boca Juniors not just a soccer club in Argentina (Danver Post)
  • Argentine club work in progress (Rocky Mountain News)

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