MLS Newsstand – Friday, August 20, 2004

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  • Wilt: Fire a work in progress (Chicago Fire)
  • Help is on the way (Boston Globe)
  • Quakes not leaving Bay Area yet (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Quakes seeking local offers (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Ralston adaptable (Boston Herald)
  • Fire takes on Galaxy while searching for stars (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Turf fields to keep Burn out in rain (Dallas Morning News)
  • Next game more than just Adu (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Schmid got raw deal (Press-Enterprise)
  • Kroenke hires group to sell naming rights for stadium (Denver Post)
  • 'Axed' Convey hits back at USA rumours (ic
  • U.S. men playing soccer with a swagger (Associated Press)
  • Second Wave for U.S. Makes the Difference (New York Times)
  • Bonham Group to market naming rights for soccer stadium (Denver Business Journal)
  • U.S. discovers Olympic silver lining (Fox Sports World)
  • Agent - Sanneh to join MLS in 24 hours (Sky Sports)
  • US soccer team needs to give Japan boot (Boston Globe)
  • CONCACAF roundup (Reuters)
  • Missing in Action (L.A. Times)
  • Howard - United must find consistency (ESPN
  • U.S. hopes to snap out of funk (ESPN
  • Soccer team's Olympic success thrills troubled Iraq (USA Today)
  • USA counts on Scurry's support (USA Today)
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