MLS Newsstand -- Dec. 19, 2007

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Teams can acquire one more foreign player (Associated Press)
RSL: Rule change allows for more international players (Salt Lake Tribune)
Allaying fears of MLS foreign invasion (Yahoo! Sports)
Pan Pacific soccer tickets on sale (Star-Bulletin)
Pan-Pacific soccer tournament tickets go on sale today (Honolulu Advertiser)
Osorio Leaves Fire to Coach Red Bulls (New York Times)
Osorio back to lead Red Bulls as coach (Daily Record)
Galarcep: Trying to defy the odds (Herald News)
Red Bulls coach realizes challenge (Star-Ledger)
Red Bulls' future in Osorio's hands (Star-Ledger)
State should look at big picture on Chester soccer stadium (Philadelphia Daily News)
MLS courts top European clubs for all-star game in T.O. (Toronto Star)
Other teams no longer sleeping on Wake (Boston Globe)
Dynamo to face Municipal in Champions' Cup quarterfinals (Houston Chronicle)
Dynamo fans' cups runneth over on Christmas (Houston Business Journal)
Family happy, but fans aren't (Chicago Tribune)
Plan for Marlins ballpark gets support from Miami-Dade (Sun-Sentinel)

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