MLS Newsstand – Friday, April 29, 2005

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Twellman `turns' 50 (Boston Herald)
Freddy teams up (Washington Times)
FCD's Ruiz has heard enough LA talk (Dallas Morning News)
Let's back Wizardry in our town (Kansas City Star)
Injury has hurt RSL's scoring output (Deseret Morning News)
Their rough idea isn't good (Boston Globe)
Few shots put Crew in bind (Columbus Dispatch)
Real Salt Lake on a home search (Salt Lake Tribune)
Chivas off to rough start (Press-Enterprise)
Slumping foe headed Rapids' way (Denver Post)
Second chance: RSL aims to fix stadium woes that plagued home debut (Salt Lake Tribune)
S.A. could be goal of Kansas City soccer team (San Antonio Express-News)
Levesque set for busy year in pro soccer (Portland Press Herald)
Reorganization places Thunder in new league (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Klaas right at home with Sounders (Seattle Times)
Happily going through 'torture' (L.A. Daily News)

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