MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2004

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  • MLS Reaches Sponsorship Agreement With Adidas (Washington Post)
  • Adidas Playing Nike's Game with U.S. Deal (Reuters)
  • Adidas scores with US soccer sponsorship deal (Financial Times)
  • MetroStars await eve of construction (New York Daily News)
  • Nicol's worth to be determined (Boston Globe)
  • Fire alarm: Calling all (any) players (Daily Southtown)
  • Win in Chicago would take pressure off Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Adu Learning to Fight Back (New York Times)
  • Forward-thinking Fire close to playoff berth (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • U.S. coach vents, then backtracks (Kansas City Star)
  • Without an obvious leader, who should U.S. team lean on? (Herald News)
  • Soccer notebook: Ball bounced funny ways for U.S. (Star-Ledger)
  • Convey Is Off to Good Start (Washington Post)
  • D.C. United doesn't want to share RFK Stadium with baseball team (Daily Herald)
  • Winners & Losers: Beasley scores; Burn crashes again (SoccerAmerica.com)
  • Szetela rewrites Crew Record Books (USSoccerUK.com)
  • NFL Owner Might Have Designs on Manchester (L.A. Times)
  • Altitude takes shot at Comcast talks (Denver Post)
  • Report: Glazer soccer bid near (St. Petersburg Times)
  • Manchester United Says It Has a Takeover Offer (New York Times)

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