MLS Newsstand – Friday, August 6, 2004

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  • League suspends Donovan (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Major League Soccer: Looking for a nickname (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Checketts vows no double-Zs (Deseret Morning News)
  • Feisty veteran's versatility serves Crew well on back line (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Kante odd man out in shake-up (Boston Globe)
  • D.C. United's Petke Doesn't Make the Trip to Play San Jose (Washington Post)
  • Checketts says soccer will bring jobs, million$ (Deseret Morning News)
  • Soccer stadium a big plum (Deseret Morning News)
  • Money game: Cities compete for soccer venue (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • MLS main course has arrived (ESPN
  • Donovan Suspended for Criticizing Ref (Associated Press)
  • Mexican club ponders putting team in Chicago (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • 'Quakes supporters urge new stadium to keep team (San Jose Business Journal)
  • Soccer on Home Plates (The Connection Newspaper)
  • Rapid Reserve's work not done yet (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • How Soccer Explains the World (
  • Soccer Stars Encounter Road Bump (L.A. Times)
  • Kickers Notes (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Soccer: Rhinos thirsting to score (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
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