MLS Newsstand – Friday, June 10, 2005

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Delightful dilemma: Revs' Nicol must choose from top-flight talent (Boston Herald)
RSL: Mathis says nobody's job is safe at this point (Salt Lake Tribune)
FC Dallas' Garlick close to shutout record (Dallas Morning News)
Crew adds a couple of reinforcements (Columbus Dispatch)
Revolution numbers adding up (Boston Globe)
Pastoral pursuits (Chicago Tribune)
San Antonio rejects MLS (Kansas City Star)
RSL coach wants players with passion (Deseret Morning News)
Henderson hero to more than Crew fans (Columbus Dispatch)
Filling Twellman's shoes not easy (Boston Herald)
No stopping U.S. as it seeks Cup berth (USA Today)
U.S. soccer becoming a power (Associated Press)
Adu Assumes Leadership Role on U.S. Team (Associated Press)
Major League Soccer ends talks with San Antonio (Associated Press)
Smokin' in Panama (
UEFA allows Liverpool to defend title (Associated Press)

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