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MLS Newsstand – Friday, March 2, 2007

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  • Emilio Strikes Old Flame (Washington Post)
  • Emilio, United roll in win (Washington Times)
  • United 3, Olimpia 2 (Associated Press)
  • MLS Cup champs advance to play Pachuca (Houston Chronicle)
  • DYNAMO NOTES: Fans follow team out of town (Houston Chronicle)
  • Dynamo beat Puntarenas FC 2-0 (The Eagle)
  • Dynamo 2, Puntarenas 1 (Associated Press)
  • Fire looks ready to trade Thornton (Chicago Tribune)
  • Release cuts goalie to quick (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Wizards' Conrad upbeat for '07 (Kansas City Star)
  • TFC closing on Casey (Toronto Sun)
  • Toronto's new soccer team will have a charitable side (Globe and Mail)
  • Stadium site OK'd; concerns persist (Deseret Morning News)
  • First lady helped seal the Real deal (Deseret Morning News)
  • United gives Etcheverry consulting post (Associated Press)
  • Rapids acquire Costa Rican midfielder (Denver Post)
  • Rookie scores twice to help Chivas tie Fullerton (Press-Enterprise)
  • RSL earns exhibition game tie (Deseret Morning News)
  • Beckham hopes he can still play for England (Associated Press)
  • Earthquakes backers consider women's team, too (San Francisco Business Times)
  • Canada cool to proposed women's league (Canadian Press)
  • Mexico's El Tricolor defeats Venezuela in a soccer friendly at San Diego (Press-Enterprise)