MLS Newsstand – Tuesday April 26, 2005

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An American in ... Eindhoven (USA Today)
MLS Officials: United Played on Irregular Field (Washington Post)
Guzan's First Tastes of MLS Have Been Bitter (L.A. Times)
Preki Is Fighting Time and Tide (New York Times)
Adu continues to prove he deserves more minutes (Deseret Morning News)
100 percent soccer: Saturday's passionate crowd was nice to see (Daily Breeze)
Right in the middle (Boston Globe) • International friendly puts Soldier Field in the spotlight (Chicago Daily Herald)
Football, golf would welcome MLS-luring financial agreement (San Antonio Express-News)
Questions regarding Metros' D multiply (Herald News)
Big steps for U.S. Soccer (USA Today)
Sounders fall in final exhibition despite absence of Adu (Seattle Times)
Harkes, two other MLS players chosen for 2005 Hall of Fame (Chicago Daily Herald) • Uncharted territory (
Revs seek offense-defense balance (Boston Herald)
It's time for San Antonio to put on its soccer game face (San Antonio Express-News)
RSL struggling on both ends (Deseret Morning News)
Starting to impress (Boston Globe) • City officials made plans for soccer-specific stadium for MLS (San Antonio Express-News)
First Place (Washington Post) • FC Dallas sees future in player from Houston (Houston Chronicle)
He'll be missed: Cummings meant a lot to local scene (MetroWest Daily News)