MLS Newsstand – June 13-14, 2004

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USA vs. Grenada

  • Americans spice up Grenada 3-0 in qualifying opener (USA Today)
  • Third goal has charm (The Columbus Dispatch)
  • Big Fish Devours the 'Minnows' (Washington Post)
  • U.S. wears down game Grenada (
  • U.S. meets first goal (New York Daily News)
  • Solid effort boosts US (Boston Globe)
  • Grenada proves a spicy opponent (Chicago Tribune)
  • U.S. survives slow start, blanks Grenada (Providence Journal)
  • Respect has replaced ridicule for U.S. soccer (San Jose Mercury News)
  • A new role beckons (Chicago Tribune)
  • Reyna is guiding light for U.S. (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Second-half goals relieve pressure for U.S. in Grenada return leg (
  • U.S. dominates Grenada in World Cup qualifying (Associated Press)
  • Cup road harder for U.S. men (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • U.S. wants to repel Grenada's invasion (Kansas City Star)
  • The World Cup Journey Begins (Washington Post)
  • Liberian great Weah honored for service to country (Columbus Dispatch)

    Dallas Burn vs. New England Revolution

  • Burn stops the Revolution, 3-1 (Dallas Morning News)
  • Revolution fall victim to burnout (Boston Globe)
  • Sloppy Burn breaks tie late to quell Revolution (Star-Telegram)
  • Nicol says offside call off mark (Boston Herald)
  • Late goals Burn Revs, 3-1 (Boston Herald)
  • They're seeking a depth recharge (Boston Globe)
  • Playoff hopes linger: Revs alive despite early season struggles (Boston Herald)
  • Baker finding his feet in the US (Ireland Online)
  • Cassar makes his stand (

    San Jose Earthquakes vs. MetroStars

  • Nothing wobbly about Quakes' win (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Sloppy win for Quakes (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Quakes Get Back On Their Feet Again In 3-1 Win (
  • Earthquakes Beat MetroStars 3 - 1 (Associated Press)

    Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire

  • Heady Victory for Galaxy (L.A. Times)
  • Albright's winner in stoppage time helps Galaxy put out Fire (Daily Breeze)
  • Late goal deadly for Fire (Associated Press)
  • Fire runs out of gas in the end (Daily Southtown)
  • All's right with Albright after clincher (Orange County Register)

    D.C. United vs. Colorado Rapids

  • United Fans Get a Whole Lot of Nothing (Washington Post)
  • Another tie, more zeros for United (Washington Times)
  • Cannon picks up third shutout, but Rapids tie (Associated Press)

    Columbus Crew vs. Kansas City Wizards

  • Tie extends Crew's streak (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Wizards, Crew settle for a tie (Kansas City Star)
  • New Zealanders on Crew take ribbing over loss (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Wizards Notebook: Two remain behind (Kansas City Star)
  • Crew finds a 'keeper (Albany Times-Union)

    Other MLS articles

  • Anticipation grows for U.S. under-20 match (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
  • Saints Beasley offer turned down (
  • Beasley rejects chance of Saints move (
  • Anticipation grows for U.S. under-20 match (Orlando Sentinel)
  • Rapids Reserve slips by El Paso (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Cuban defectors a first for MLS (Miami Herald)
  • Soccer started revolution 10 years ago on TV (Associated Press)
  • World Cup legacy strong (Associated Press)

    World Cup Qualifying articles

  • Brown unfazed by shoddy display (Jamaica Observer)
  • Panama, El Salvador Win Soccer Qualifiers (Associated Press)
  • Surprise Draws Open CONCACAF WCQ (
  • 'Good result' against Haiti (Jamaica Gleaner)
  • Several seeded CONCACAF teams make nervous start (
  • UK-based stars on CONCACAF target (