MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, May 10, 2005

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Metros' GM says coach is safe (New York Daily News)

St. Louis is in the mix for MLS expansion (Kansas City Star)

MLS Needs to Quickly Take an Official Stance (Los Angeles Times)

Razov may be Metros' answer (Herald News)

Key RSL players could be back soon (Salt Lake Tribune)

Branch has roots in soccer (Boston Globe)

Rapids can cry foul with official (Deseret Morning News)

Outdoor soccer teams show some interest in Delevski (Kansas City Star)

Revisiting Fire's Wilt-Guppy move for the last time (Chicago Daily Herald)

MLS makes pitch at grass-roots level (Houston Chronicle)

Rhinos now asking state for $15 million (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)

Soccer notebook: Beckham coming to N.J. after all (Star-Ledger)

Milan Has More on Its Mind (New York Times)

Peace and harmony in Washington? Depends on how grass is cut (Chicago Daily Herald)

100% Soccer: Youth team dream is shattered (Daily Breeze)

Reyna informs Arena he needs time to heal (Orange County Register)


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