MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 4, 2005

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New Yorker bids on Wizards (Kansas City Star)

More than passing grades for Davis (San Jose Mercury News)

Rapids seeking galactic rebound (Denver Post)

Ellinger to stay with new formation (Salt Lake Tribune)

Changing roles might help Rhine, FC Dallas (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

Crew seeks improved play on both offense, defense (Columbus Dispatch)

MLS Teams Are Holding A Little Bit in Reserve (Washington Post)

Dunivant's play praised by Sampson (Press-Telegram)

A dilemma in goal (Herald News)

MLS hints at expansion in Chicago (Chicago Daily Southtown)

U. gives in, lets Real practice (Deseret Morning News)

The coach speaketh (CNNSi.com)

MLS weighs schedule changes (Chicago Daily Southtown)

Dallas-ex Davis finally making good in San Jose (Dallas Morning News)

Beasley, Lewis could miss Cup qualifiers (USA Today)

MLS soccer team may not be done deal (KENS 5 News)

Happy dome-coming? MLS may head to San Antonio (Chicago Sun-Times)

Could pro soccer survive in S.A.? Just look at South Florida (San Antonio Express-News)

MLS MVP nets hat trick vs. Rapids (Deseret Morning News)


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