MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, October 13, 2004

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  • U.S. Is One Win From Final Round (Washington Post)
  • International finale at RFK? (Washington Times)
  • USA's goal: A spot in final round (USA Today)
  • U.S. Can Advance Tonight (Los Angeles Times)
  • U.S. soccer ready for next step (Dallas Morning News)
  • Panama stands in Americans' path (Herald News)
  • International play could add interest in forward (Star-Telegram)
  • Home not always where the fans are for U.S. team (Herald News)
  • The opinionator (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Big step possible for U.S. (Associated Press)
  • Howard struggling to represent club, country (Reuters)
  • With a win against Panama, Americans are in final round of qualifying (SoccerTimes.com)
  • Quakes envision ways to drum up attack (Mercury News)
  • In Fire finale, subs may surface (Daily Southtown)
  • Playoff-bound Rapids still have plenty to aim for in finale (Denver Post)
  • Like old times for Washington (Columbus Dispatch)
  • With flood of players, Dallas soccer coming up dry (Dallas Morning News)
  • MLS Confidential: 'Ninth-best' could win it (Soccer America)
  • Arena Talk Seen as a Ploy (L.A. Times)
  • Blatter, Hurst condemn England captain for deliberately getting himself (Associated Press)

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