MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, January 19, 2005

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  • Murray offers tax break to lure soccer stadium (Deseret Morning News)
  • Council moves Murray closer to soccer goal (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • MLS off-season, at least, offers surprises (Dallas Morning News)
  • MLS team drafts USF star (The Oracle)
  • Donovan impresses Germans - now they want to see if he's tough enough (Associated Press)
  • Promoter Files Chapter 11 (New York Times)
  • Replacement players prepare for World Cup qualifier (Daily Herald)
  • World Cup tickets to go on sale Feb. 1 (Associated Press)
  • Homesick Howey has Latics date (ManchesterOnline)
  • FIFA signs long-term deal with Adidas (Associated Press)
  • Colombia 1, Guatemala 1 (Associated Press)
  • St. Vincent beats Trinidad 1-0 in CONCACAF qualifier (Associated Press)
  • UIC Names John Trask Head Soccer Coach (CollegeSports.com)
  • Vanney sees "no winners" in Dispute (USSoccerUK.com)
  • Ex-Dulaney star Rush takes cue from Lalas, signs to play in Italy (Baltimore Sun)
  • Soccer aid (San Diego Union Tribune)


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