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MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, November 17, 2004

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  • FC Dallas deals Kreis, its last original player (Dallas Morning News)
  • Preki, Meola may go in draft (Kansas City Star)
  • Metros might rue letting Walker go (Herald News)
  • De la Torre unprotected (Denver Post)
  • Two Galaxy Starters on Expansion List (L.A. Times)
  • Seven Revs feel draft (Boston Herald)
  • Quakes leave Agoos, Ekelund unprotected (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Fire leaves regulars available for draft (Daily Herald)
  • Crew protects nine players (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Just how far is Donovan going to move? (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Fire set to lose Ring (Daily Southtown)
  • MLS draft list likely stacked with goalies (Deseret Morning News)
  • MLS opens week with few moves (Deseret Morning News)
  • Galaxy regroup after missing title game again (Daily Breeze)
  • Revolution veterans left open (Boston Globe)
  • Galaxy not happy (Press-Enterprise)
  • Changes are likely in store for the Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Decision time for Revs: Team faces dilemmas in expansion draft (Boston Herald)
  • Major League Soccer story is a work in progress (Daily Breeze)
  • Razov, Thornton could be headed for Fire exits (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Attack mode (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Roster expansion pleases Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Stoppage-time goal (Boston Globe)
  • United Honored By Fans At RFK (Washington Post)
  • Soccer notebook: MLS commish likes Metros' options (Star-Ledger)
  • Galaxy puts 4 on draft list (Pasadena Star-News)
  • For Now, MLS Champion Is United (Washington Post)
  • Revs set to lose players in draft (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Sweet redemption for Eskandarian (Washington Times)
  • MLS Cup Fails to Inspire Passion (New York Sun)
  • Channel 9 happy with ratings for Sunday's MLS Cup (Kansas City Star)
  • Hong Myung-bo Returns for Charity Match (Korea Times)
  • Don't want Spartan Stadium? (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Frisco Center awarded 2005 MLS CUP (Sports Network)
  • Carson venue growth gets OK (Press-Telegram)
  • Stadium firms join forces in Denver (Rocky Mountain News)

    U.S. National Team and other soccer

  • Knocking out Jamaica motivates U.S. team (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Qualifier gives men's soccer team chance to make mark (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • FC Dallas forward is prepared to shine (Star-Telegram)
  • Burn's Johnson not taking anything for granted (Columbus Dispatch)
  • U.S. finds motivation to take down Jamaica (Houston Chronicle)
  • U.S. team pushes despite guaranteed spot (AP)
  • Day of Decision! - Reggae Boyz in do-or-die game against US (Jamaica Observer)
  • U.S. players try to impress coach (AP)
  • Boyz settle in (Jamaica Gleaner)
  • Reyna expected out for up to 2 more months (AP)
  • Inside Soccer: Crunch time in Glasgow (Seattle post-Intelligencer)
  • Roof Overhead, but No Walls (New York Times)

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