MLS Newsstand – Friday, May 21, 2004

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  • It's 1 Goal Met by Another (Washington Post)
  • Adu factor boosts attendance (Denver Post)
  • MLS chief pleased with soccer's growth in United States (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • After long layoff, Kreis may return as Burn starter (Dallas Morning News)
  • Cochrane gets on-the-job training (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Revs' Sporting chance not so nice (Boston Herald)
  • Fire expects more from Crew than last-place effort (Naperville Sun)
  • Adu completes high school (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Galaxy still shines without fallen stars (
  • Chicago could get another MLS team (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Howard in dreamland (Evening Standard)
  • 365 Q & A with Henry Ring (
  • Talking MLS expansion with the Rhinos (
  • The Marc Connolly Column: Youth Soccer (
  • Rewind with Paul Caligiuri (
  • Scoullar knocked back as US club strikes trouble (Otago Daily Times, New Zealand)
  • Wegerle keeps up family tradition (Florida Today)
  • From backroom operation to billion-dollar industry, FIFA comes a long way in 100 years (Associated Press)
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