MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, June 8, 2005

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World Cup qualifying: U.S. vs. Panama

Donovan leads U.S. into Cup qualifier (USA Today)

U.S. Tries to Stay on the Ball (Washington Post)

Dempsey's Enthusiasm Gives U.S. an Added Dimension (New York Times)

U.S. soccer team is sitting pretty (Kansas City Star)

U.S. Takes a Cautious Approach on Panama (Los Angeles Times)

U.S. out to punch ticket to Germany (Chicago Daily Southtown)

USA's road to World Cup continues with Panama trip (Chicago Sun-Times)

There's more to soccer than meets the foot (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

It's full speed ahead for Beasley (Chicago Tribune)

Will World Cup fever return to the U.S.? (Miami Herald)

U.S. Soccer Team Plays Last-Place Panama (Associated Press)

U.S. Men Closing In On World Cup Berth (Tampa Tribune)

U.S. nears goal, can't overlook Panama (Associated Press)

Salt Lake City feels like home for USA (Dallas Morning News)

U.S. looking to avoid a letdown (ESPN.com)

Been there, done that (Philadelphia Daily News)

Other soccer articles

Youth Championship time for rising stars to shine (USA Today)

Crew trades unhappy Razov (Columbus Dispatch)

Ellinger vows to shuffle (Standard Examiner)

History forecasts hot summer for Colorado (Denver Post)

Ekelund adjusts, slowly, to new life (San Jose Mercury News)

U.S. under-20 star Gaven improves away from spotlight (USA Today)

Can Razov solidify Metros' attack? (Daily Record)

Metros obtain Razov (New York Post)

MetroStars: Acquire Razov for Wolyniec (Star-Ledger)

Metros hope Razov can return to form (New York Daily News)

RSL lineup shifts again (Salt Lake Tribune)

Might lineup changes trigger more offense? (Deseret Morning News)

American players feel love from Utah (Kansas City Star)

Fire Premier back in field for Open Cup (Chicago Daily Southtown)

SLC Council backs Fairpark for soccer site (Salt Lake Tribune)

Picking his pitch (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Qualifying will test even quality teams (Boston Globe)

South Americans are favorites at World Youth Championship (Associated Press)

Argentina faces Brazil; possible Cup berth on line (Miami Herald)

Lippi Says He Has Strong Italy Soccer Team (Associated Press)

Big Azzurri snub (Toronto Sun)

Azzurri `B' knows how to make an entrance (Toronto Star)

Japan secures World Cup berth with 2-0 win over North Korea (Associated Press)


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