MLS Newsstand – Friday, August 27, 2004

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  • Revs welcome Howey (Boston Herald)
  • A delayed transaction (Boston Globe)
  • Wizards once again must play with Fire (Kansas City Wizards)
  • Fire's Curtin a constant (Chicago Tribune)
  • Burn opens contract talks with O'Brien (Dallas Morning News)
  • Eskandarian Hurts Ankle, Is Questionable for Match (Washington Post)
  • Flamboyant Lalas goes corporate (USA Today)
  • A steady climb up the coaching ladder (Boston Globe)
  • Trainer ready for new life (Boston Herald)
  • CIC hammering out agreement with Crew (This Week)
  • Moving the 'Quakes would be wrong (Fox Sports World)
  • Coaches make summer camp fun (Ventura County Star)
  • Long night ends with winner by Selolwane (Chicago Tribune)
  • Selolwane gives Fire victory in 2nd OT (Daily Herald)
  • Thanks to Dipsy, Fire will defend championship (Daily Southtown)
  • Selolwane sends Fire to Cup final (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Battery's Open Cup run ends in overtime (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Report: Herron To Join Fire On Loan (
  • Inspiration played as two-way proposition (The Daily Pilot)
  • City sign 'keeper cover (ITV Football)
  • KC Dreaming of Stadium Solution (

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  • Golden Parachute (Los Angeles Times)
  • A golden last hurrah (San Jose Mercury News)
  • A Power Exits Soccer's Stage, With a Nudge From Behind (New York Times)
  • The '91ers Leave the Stage as Destiny's Darlings (New York Times)
  • Youngsters help veterans go out winners (USA Today)
  • U.S. women's soccer victory tour starts at Frontier Field (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Teamwork epitomized in golden victory (ESPN
  • U.S. Soccer Team Gives Vets Proper Sendoff (Associated Press)
  • Going out with a bang (Chicago Tribune)
  • Gold Medalists to Hold Post-Olympic Tour (Associated Press)
  • Soccer Players to Honor Slain Journalist (Associated Press)
  • Beasley provides key goal as PSV Eindhoven advances in Champions League (SoccerTimes)
  • Two U.S. players give lift to Man. U. (Associated Press)
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