MLS Newsstand – Friday, Sept. 17, 2004

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  • AEG trying to sell United (Washington Times)
  • Extension for group interested in Quakes (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Burn's O'Brien: D.C. player threatened to break his leg (Dallas Morning News)
  • Quakes need proper support (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Contract talks? Meola feels shut out (Kansas City Star)
  • Dempsey, Revs back in action (Boston Herald)
  • Leitch's MLS career taking off (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Revolution hope history repeats itself (Boston Globe)
  • World at their feet (Commercial Appeal)
  • Postseason plans slipping away for Revs (Eagle-Tribune)
  • Team success is Paule's main goal (Commercial Appeal)
  • Rewind with Joe Cannon (
  • Timbers' Gordon rookie of year, Howe coach of year in A-League (The Oregonian)
  • Player's wife helps fans keep track of local soccer success stories (Commercial Appeal)
  • MLS should pay more heed to international dates (
  • Fire tweaks stadium plans a mile north (Associated Press)
  • New MLS coach with Lincoln youth soccer (Lincoln Journal)
  • Burpo saves the Sounders season (Seattle Times)
  • Leading scorer to miss final (Seattle Times)
  • Spector on special ride at Man. United (
  • Ferguson expected to shuffle pack (ESPN
  • Mexico to face Ecuador at Giants Stadium (AP)
  • St. Vincent soccer federation fires coach (AP)
  • Contreras Palma named Salvadoran national soccer team coach (AP)
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