MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, July 21, 2004

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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup

Los Angeles Galaxy at Minnesota Thunder

  • Thunder come out swinging for first win over MLS team (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
  • It's a first for the Thunder (Star-Tribune)
  • Galaxy Loses in Open Cup (Los Angeles Times)
  • Galaxy gets eliminated by A-League Thunder (Orange County Register)

    MetroStars at Charleston Battery

  • Battery blanks MLS opponent (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Battery charge past MetroStars in Open Cup play (North Jersey Herald News)

    Rochester Rhinos at New England Revolution

  • Rhinos shock Revs in U.S. Open Cup (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Revs booted from Open Cup on kicks (Boston Herald)
  • Rhinos rumble past Revs (The Republican)
  • For antsy Revolution, John worth the wait (Boston Herald)

    Chicago Fire at Columbus Crew

  • Fire leaves winless streak in the ashes (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire lowers boom on Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Ralph's 2 goals lift Fire in Open Cup (Chicago Tribune)
  • Chicago 2, Columbus 1, OT (Associated Press)

    Kansas City Wizards at Atlanta Silverbacks

  • Wizards golden in win (Kansas City Star)
  • Silverbacks' rallies run out (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

    Colorado Rapids at Dallas Burn

  • Rapid fire: Burn shoot often in Open Cup win (Dallas Morning News)
  • Johnson ignites Burn's offense (Star-Telegram)
  • Rapids get smoked by Burn (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Burn 3, Rapids 0 (Associated Press)

    D.C. United at Richmond Kickers

  • Kid Power - Major League Soccer finds major selling point in Adu (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Convey's Transfer Is 'Basically Done' (Washington Post)
  • Convey's transfer might be imminent (The Washington Times)

    Other MLS

  • Losing Beasley no financial bonanza for Fire (Daily Southtown)
  • Chivas' exhibition all about promotion (Denver Post)
  • Several United veterans won't join Adu in Dallas (Dallas Morning News)
  • Soccer tournament promotes sport, fun (San Antonio Express News)
  • For MLS, Salt Lake City beats sizzle (Dallas Morning News)
  • Money grab? (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Europe's big spenders join the rush for American dollar (Manchester Guardian)
  • Arnaud knows he is on his way (USSoccerPlayers.com)
  • Conrad's Corner: MLS shows no respect for its elders in Kansas City (SI.com)

    Other soccer

  • From boy to Man U (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Clash of history and mystery (Rocky Mountain News)
  • WUSA May Relaunch on New Business Plan (Associated Press)
  • Ambitious owner transforms Chelsea (Seattle Times)

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