MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, October 26, 2004

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  • Wizards say they're down but not out (Kansas City Star)
  • More kudos for Donovan (San Jose Mercury News)
  • D.C.'s Moreno Named Finalist For Two Awards (Washington Post)
  • Rapids' Cannon in running for league MVP (Denver Post)
  • Bradley finds tables turned (Herald News)
  • A Skillful Last Line of Defense (New York Times)
  • Favored MLS teams have backs to wall (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Top-seeded Columbus isn't taking playoff loss too hard (Kansas City Star)
  • Allen's Stone leaves FC Dallas to attend school (Dallas Morning News)
  • Metros kicking selves (New York Daily News)
  • FC Dallas Notes (Star-Telegram)
  • Baseball is in his blood (Boston Globe)
  • Metros offense needs jump-start (Star-Ledger)
  • A Glimpse of the Future (L.A. Times)
  • Playoffs? Here's an idea MLS just might want to consider (Daily Herald)
  • Donovan leads nominees for soccer player of the year (Associated Press)
  • Manchester United salvages season by stopping Arsenal (Daily Herald)
  • Manchester United says no to Glazer takeover (Orange County Register)
  • Inside Soccer: The 'Invincibles' taste defeat (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Rapids goalie finalist for MVP (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Earthquakes' Donovan a Honda Award finalist (Contra Costa Times)
  • Stephenson's Wizards beaten in play-off (Jamaica Observer)
  • Soccer America's Winners & Losers (SoccerAmerica.com)
  • Cherundolo scores first Bundesliga goal in Hannover 96 victory (SoccerTimes.com)

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