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MLS Newsstand -- Jan. 7, 2010

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Klopas on next coach: 'We're not there yet' (Chicago Sun-Times)
Major League Soccer deal expected next week, Portland Mayor Sam Adams says (Oregonian)
Sports Star of the Year banquet enters new era (Seattle PI)
Oregon State's Mwanga turning pro (Gazette-Times)
Ridgefield's Onalfo to coach D.C. United soccer team (Danbury Times)
Debut-boy Landon Donovan is set for a tricky start - Everton FC latest (Liverpool Daily)
U.S. camp builds towards World Cup (CBC Sports)
Galaxy rates tops in past three SuperDrafts (SoccerAmerica)
Onalfo gets his dream job, now must revive D.C. United (Soccer America)
FC Dallas signs Ghanaian defender (SoccerAmerica)
Beckham makes surprise start in Milan triumph (SoccerAmerica)
Best of the panel (ESPNChicago.com)
U.S. Players in Training for Training Camp (NYTimes.com)
The Short List: A Good New Year (Goal.com)
MLS Labor War of Words Begins (AOL FanHouse)
FIFA won't intervene in MLS labor dispute (Associated Press)

InterLiga

Monterrey, Tigres play to draw in InterLiga nightcap (Houston Chronicle)
Puebla tops Jaguares, clinches InterLiga finals spot (Houston Chronicle)
Ruiz leads cash-strapped Puebla into semifinals (SoccerAmerica)
Monterrey, Tigres play to draw (Associated Press)