MLS Newsstand – Friday, June 4, 2004

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  • Earthquakes' Donovan May Leave MLS (Associated Press)
  • Texas seen as option if Quakes don't stay (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Guevara seems right with Metros (North Jersey Herald News)
  • MLS commissioner discusses expansion in visit to Seattle (Seattle Times)
  • Freddy's got game; heck, he's got the whole league (Daily Southtown)
  • Meola picked as backup for U.S. team (Kansas City Star)
  • After double misplay, Burn defender isn't seeking an out (Dallas Morning News)
  • Improved Adu drawing a crowd (Chicago Tribune)
  • Quakes' savior returns to town with new team (San Jose Mercury News)
  • U.S. roster for Cup qualifier includes Hejduk, McBride (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Keller, Meola Picked for U.S. Roster (Associated Press)
  • Keller Gets Starting Assignment (L.A. Times)
  • U.S. dipping toe into shark-infested waters (
  • Sports complex's fireworks approved (Daily Breeze)
  • Storm watch: Indoor soccer heads to Chicago (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Despite rapid turnaround, Reserve earns another win (Boulder Camera)
  • Coming soon: indoor Storm (Daily Southtown)
  • Metros' Wolyniec turning into gold (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Soccer Notes: Donovan could go back to Germany (Star-Telegram)
  • Dream comes true for these soccer fanatics (Daily Herald)
  • Former Fire captain returns on opposite sideline (Naperville Sun)
  • German club signs Casey (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Sounding out Seattle for MLS expansion (
  • MLS not giving up on Donovan (
  • Rewind with Nick Garcia (
  • Pros Dangle Between Selfishness & Nationalism (