MLS Newsstand – Friday, November 19, 2004

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  • Countess should be Real Salt Lake's first pick (Deseret Morning News)
  • More Rapids' shuffling: Counce bounced (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Donovan earns 3rd POY award (San Bernardino County Sun)
  • Draft will keep RSL coach guessing (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Franchino no longer feels left out (Boston Herald)
  • Set for draft (Press-Enterprise)
  • Donovan makes it three in a row (Mercury News)
  • General manager next to go in team's purge (Denver Post)
  • Club may lose some players (Star-Telegram)
  • Stadium work to begin today (Daily Southtown)
  • Dempsey gets tryout with Dutch team (Sports Network)
  • Donovan first three-time U.S. player of year (Associated Press)
  • With Gaven out, Adu likely to pick up slack (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Donovan Voted Soccer's Player of the Year Again (Los Angeles Times)
  • Under-20 teams come to S. Florida (Miami Herald)
  • Nelsen on the rise (
  • Gutierrez extends Wizards stay (Sports Network)
  • Rhinos make it official: Ercoli out as coach (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Codey's Plans Leave Project in Meadows in Doubt (New York Times)
  • BU soccer: 20 years of excellence (Patriot Ledger)