MLS Newsstand – Friday, Dec. 9, 2005

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  • World Cup Draw Offers Endless Possibilities (Washington Post)
  • Today, All the World Is the Stage (Los Angeles Times)
  • 32 Nations Hoping for an Early Christmas (International Herald Tribune)
  • Sarachan re-signed by Fire (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire coach gets new contract (Daily Herald)
  • Califf completes Aalborg jump (
  • Quakes stadium report still unavailable to public (San Jose Mercury News)
  • United spat: much Adu about nothing (Deseret Morning News)
  • Lewis trial ends sans Standard deal (
  • MLS Cup gala gives soccer's fans a big kick (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • Soccer's biggest draw means little to Arena (Dallas Morning News)
  • U.S. to learn its first-round fate (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • Draw not making U.S. coach sweat (Associated Press)
  • Getting Dutch in Cup no treat (Boston Globe)
  • For top seeds, draw is game of keepaway (Miami Herald)
  • Millions set to watch draw for World Cup (Winston-Salem Journal)
  • April weather forces Crew to open on road (Columbus Dispatch)
  • National teams await luck of the draw (Associated Press)
  • The long road back (
  • College Cup set to kick off today (Winston-Salem Journal)
  • Redemption sweet for Clemson's Roberts (Anderson Independent-Mail)
  • Lobos goalie Graczyk is steady between the posts (The Albuquerque Tribune)
  • New Mexico joins NCAA powers in College Cup (Associated Press)
  • Dayak gives Stockton soccer team a shot at success (Modesto Bee)
  • No stars and gripes from Convey (Reading Evening Post)
  • Two sports movies, two thumbs up (USA Today)
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