MLS Newsstand – Dec. 17-19, 2005

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  • Pro team's just the top of fiery passion in city (Houston Chronicle)
  • MLS makes itself at home (Houston Chronicle)
  • After much speculation, Djorkaeff decides to return to MetroStars (Herald News)
  • Elliott bound for Premiership? (New Zealand Herald)
  • House hunting (The Globe and Mail)
  • 'Quakes failed to draw (Press-Enterprise)
  • Arrival of MLS in Houston excites area fans (Houston Chronicle)
  • A's angle for land in MLS drama (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Offseason goal: Improve chemistry (Deseret News)
  • The only game in town (Sacramento Bee)
  • MLS official will be asking for local stadium proposals (Kansas City Star)
  • Earthquakes' fans are the victims of this joke (Mercury News)
  • A's Owners Want to Buy MLS Expansion Team (Associated Press)
  • Houston, We Have a Problem (
  • Djorkaeff returns for encore (
  • Arena, U.S. Prepare for Summer Abroad (Washington Post)
  • Myernick sees enormous task ahead for U.S. (Wisconsin State Journal)
  • Keller continues to earn plaudits (
  • Sport, politics often volatile mix (Washington Times)
  • Keller Remembers 15 Year in Europe (AP)
  • Sao Paulo takes world club title (AP)
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