MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2007

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  • Dynamo rookies pick up pace (Houston Chronicle)
  • Ching secures some more cash with 25 percent raise (Houston Chronicle)
  • Former Riverside Poly and UC Riverside soccer standout Solorzano signs with Chivas USA (Press-Enterprise)
  • Torres set to join Real Salt Lake (Deseret Morning News)
  • John ready to put best foot forward (Kansas City Star)
  • Giase: Eskandarian can fit Red Bulls' needs (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • Reis comes to grips with loss (Boston Globe)
  • Back in business: Twellman, Revs strike deal (Boston Herald)
  • Twellman gets new deal with Revolution (Associated Press)
  • Rebecca Walsh: Soccer saga ending was low drama (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • MLS teams will pay a visit to Wake Forest next month (Winston-Salem Journal)
  • Cashing in on Beckham (L.A. Times)
  • Beckham Unlikely to Return to England (Associated Press)
  • 100 Percent Soccer: U.S. Olympic team already forming up (Daily Breeze)
  • Mexican national soccer players show U.S. little respect (Press-Enterprise)
  • Fan violence makes game less beautiful (Houston Chronicle)
  • MLS PRESEASON: Hunt teams head for Arizona (Soccer America)
  • Stars and stripes in suits (
  • What's right and wrong about MLS entering 2007 (