MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2006

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MLS Cup 2006 Coverage

  • Dynamo claim first MLS Cup title after 4-3 penalty-kick win over Revolution (USA Today)
  • Celebration Hurts Revs (USA Today)
  • Dynamo are fast workers: one year, one title (Houston Chronicle)
  • Dynamo make fans proud by winning MLS Cup final (Houston Chronicle)
  • Onstad saves day ... then saves the ball (Houston Chronicle)
  • Cochrane holds his own (Houston Chronicle)
  • Ching and a prayer all you need (Houston Chronicle)
  • Leiweke will listen to offers for Cup champs (Houston Chronicle)
  • Pressure can't faze Mullan (Houston Chronicle)
  • We're only here for the football/fútbol (Houston Chronicle)
  • Changes are on the horizon in MLS (Houston Chronicle)
  • The power of orange (Houston Chronicle)
  • Revolution are kicking themselves again (The Boston Globe)
  • For five, loss is a third downer (The Boston Globe)
  • An ending to scream about (The Boston Globe)
  • Dyna-no! Revs lose final: Houston takes away MLS title with quick strike, shootout win (Boston Herald)
  • Dempsey pitches in (Boston Herald)
  • Alterations needed: Revs force foe to change (Boston Herald)
  • Houston gets its kicks in MLS Cup win (Dallas Morning News)
  • Absence upsets Revs forward (Dallas Morning News)
  • MLS Cup notebook (Dallas Morning News)
  • MLS Cup Notes (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • Dynamo gets its kicks at end (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • MLS champs real Dynamos (New York Daily News)
  • Revs again fail to get over hump (North Jersey Herald News)
  • 1 more fine day for Houston's Ching (Chicago Tribune)
  • Houston Outlasts New England, Wins on Penalty Kicks (The Washington Post)
  • Dynamo edges Revolution on penalty kicks (The Associated Press)
  • Houston hits title jackpot (Associated Press)
  • Khano: We switched off (The Royal Gazette)
  • Dynamo bring title, pride to Houston (The Daily Texan)
  • Dynamo's MLS title riles up fans in Houston (LA Times)
  • Giase: MLS Cup was filled with parting shots (Star-Ledger)
  • Ching delivers at both ends of the field (
  • Dynamo's season-long resilience earns a title (
  • Revs underachieve again on the big stage (
  • More Soccer Coverage

  • Dempsey likely finished with Revolution (USA TODAY)
  • Latest loss one Revolution feel to their core (Boston Globe)
  • Celebration saps Revs end game (Metrowest Daily News)
  • First season has plenty of memories (Houston Chronicle)
  • DYNAMO NOTES: Title brings spot in CONCACAF Cup (Houston Chronicle)
  • Watch for Dynamo Repeat (The Press-Enterprise)
  • Nicol's Liverpool Style Is Stalling in the MLS (New York Sun)
  • Weekly soccer column: Could it be? Could MLS really be getting it right? (Daily Breeze)
  • Red Bulls chance to flex financial (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Board opens door for high-priced players (North Jersey Herald News)
  • MLS formally enacts designated-player rule (L.A. Times)
  • The big-name game (

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