MLS Newsstand – Friday, October 15, 2004

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  • Heaps has high hopes for mates (Boston Herald)
  • Final game to determine Quakes' fate (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Injuries put Powell behind eight ball (Denver Post)
  • Cunningham enjoys passing as well as scoring (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Revs faced with only one option: Win (Boston Herald)
  • Midfielder needs a vacation, but not too soon (Dallas Morning News)
  • Rage on or flame out (Naperville Sun)
  • Revolution will have to catch fire (Boston Globe)
  • Ex-FPC star Johnson bursts onto scene (Dayton Beach News-Journal)
  • Time For MLS, Hall Of Fame To Think Bigger (Hartford Courant)
  • Armband equals hat trick as Donovan leads USA romp (Herald News)
  • U.S. rolls into final round (Patriot Ledger)
  • Young players lead impressive run for U.S. (Associated Press)
  • A 'windy' day in Oneonta (Times-Ledger)
  • Women's soccer team thrives on support (Standard-Times)
  • Minnows Make It on Major Soccer Stage (Associated Press)
  • Manchester United Says Glazer Held Talks, May Yet Bid (Bloomberg)
  • Contraction not in Bettman's plans (Associated Press)
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