MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, May 17, 2005

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FC Dallas' Mulrooney out for the season (Dallas Morning News)

Parade names Besagno Player of Year in soccer (Seattle Times)

Revolution go great guns (Boston Globe)

Thanks to a pair of Tims, MetroStars unveil tenacious 'D' (Herald News)

Keeper saw RSL victory from different perspective (Deseret Morning News)

Wizards' hard-core fans work for more (Kansas City Star)

U.S. loaded for England match (Chicago Sun-Times)

Verdict on Texas: Three's not a crowd (Houston Chronicle)

Simms called into U.S. National camp (The Greenburg Daily Reflector)

Metros look to Rev up (New York Daily News)

Earthquakes far from shaky (Kansas City Star)

O'Brien back on U.S. roster for England game (Associated Press)

Sandy leads in stadium derby (Salt Lake Tribune)

Debate continues over Americans playing in Europe (Chicago Daily Herald)

Man U shows faith in Howard (Star-Ledger)

Fox channel, GolTV score big with soccer fans (San Francisco Chronicle)

A Fox in Manchester hen house? (San Bernardino County Sun)

Manchester United fans in uproar over nothing (Chicago Daily Herald)

Beckham, Owen may make trip to Chicago (Chicago Daily Herald)

FIFA Given Doping Compliance Deadline (Associated Press)

Russians a Well-Oiled Machine (New York Times)

Glazer's Foes United (L.A. Times)

NFL's Glazer Takes Control Of Man United (Washington Post)

Purchase has a price (Boston Globe)

Glazer takeover has fans United (New York Daily News)


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