MLS Newsstand -- September 10, 2008

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MLS Newsstand - September 10, 2008

A flippin' pain: RSL's Espindola out a few weeks as flip ends in ankle injury (Deseret News)
Chivas and Revolution both decimated by injuries (
Chivas hopes to continue playoff push at Revs (The Sports Network)
Newly acquired Abe Thompson has calming influence on Wizards' offense (Kansas City Star)
U.S. men must step it up against Trinidad and Tobago (USA Today)
U.S. offense remains a work in progress (Associated Press)
U.S. faces formidable foe in Cup qualifying (Kansas City Star)
It's your big chance to see U.S. soccer team at Toyota Park (Daily Herald)
Future looks bright for Guzan (Chicago Sun-Times)
A period of change for U.S. soccer team (Chicago Tribune)
United States vs. Trinidad and Tobago (Washington Post)

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