MLS Newsstand – Saturday, April 8, 2006

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  • Gomez Is Ready to Start Anew (Washington Post)
  • D.C. United welcomes new-look Chivas USA (Washington Times)
  • The long road home (ESPN.com)
  • Galaxy is missing its mark (Daily News)
  • Galaxy hope kinks are worked out (Daily Breeze)
  • Barrett making most of second chance (Daily Southtown)
  • Sense of urgency for Real vs. FC Dallas (Deseret Morning News)
  • RSL makes changes to shore up 'D' (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Defense must be tighter (Star-Telegram)
  • After FC Dallas' solid start, winners are looser (Dallas Morning News)
  • NY not only place on Revs' mind (Boston Herald)
  • Flexibility makes Noonan valuable (Boston Globe)
  • Shades of the glory days (The Journal News)
  • Red Bulls on prowl (New York Post)
  • Revolution (1-0) at Red Bulls (0-0-1) (The Star-Ledger)
  • Revved up for the opener (BigAppleSoccer.com)
  • Same opponent but different name (Kansas City Star)
  • De Rosario hopes to flash unselfish side again for Dynamo (Houston Chronicle)
  • Dynamo In Search Of Winning Streak (Sports Network)
  • Youngsters play beyond their years in Crew opener (Columbus Dispatch)