MLS Newsstand – Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 7-8, 2005

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World Cup Soccer: U.S. Tie Guatemala 0-0 (Associated Press)
Just 2 left standing as soccer sites (The Salt Lake Tribune)
Topping-off time in Bridgeview (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Rapids making bid for third place (Denver Post)
Red, Yellow Cards Leave Club Short-Handed (Washington Post)
Buddle returns, but coach unclear on when he'll play (Columbus Dispatch)
$60M soccer stadium set for Toronto (Toronto Star)
Irreplaceable Reyna (Herald News)
U.S. rivalry with Mexico alive and unwell (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Mexico's effort, tactics in question after defeat (The Houston Chronicle)
Tie-ing times for MetroStars (Newsday)
FC Dallas assisting evacuees (Star-Telegram)
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Soccer official says Toronto's on-again, off-again stadium is back on track (Canadian Press)
Soccer site is booted (Toronto Sun)
Trinidad's Sealy voted MLS player of the month (Caribbean Net News)
For U.S. players, tryouts continue (Dallas Morning News)
Players Get a Shot to Impress Arena (Los Angeles Times)
U.S. takes a big step with fifth straight World Cup berth (Chicago Sun-Times)
This one will be kids' stuff (Associated Press)
US taps Revolution for four (The Boston Globe)
FIFA opens investigation into Stoitchkov (Associated Press)
FIFA Discards Rule No. 1 (International Herald Tribune)
Mexico qualify for World Cup, Costa Rica close (Reuters)
Mexico's rout leaves no doubt (Houston Chronicle)