MLS Newsstand – May 8-11, 2004

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May 11, 2004

  • Crew's GM is an easy target for fans during winless start (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Metros defense has plenty to fix (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Trembly: tempest in teacup (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Glen emerged as Metros, Earthquakes put on a show (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • San Jose-MetroStars goalfest a classic (Kansas City Star)
  • Teams Find Success When Carrieri Leaves (New York Times)
  • Meola may head to Europe after this season (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Metros losing Stars as World begins spin (New York Daily News)
  • All-world: Hamm voted best female athlete (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Soccer's new king (San Francisco Examiner)
  • Galaxy's Torres finishes studies at Loyola Marymount while playing pro soccer (Daily Breeze)
  • Adu has big impact on MLS attendance (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • French can toast vintage year (Boston Globe)
  • Kirovski in the swing of things (
  • Kirovski in form for Los Angeles (

    May 8-10, 2004
    Los Angeles Galaxy at Dallas Burn

  • Galaxy too much for Burn, 3-1 (Dallas Morning News)
  • L.A. defeats Burn to end undefeated run (Star-Telegram)
  • Midfielder struggles to produce offense (Dallas Morning News)
  • Kirovski's 2 goals end Galaxy's road woes (Daily Breeze)
  • Galaxy Wins One for the Road, 3-1 (Associated Press)
  • Burn zeroes in on goal-getter (Dallas Morning News)
  • Monumental week for Galaxy's Torres (Press-Enterprise)
  • Salyer is steady in Burn defense (Star-Telegram)

    Columbus Crew at D.C. United

  • United Is Officially Frustrated With Tie (Washington Post)
  • Late penalty-kick goal saves Crew from yet another offensive zero (Columbus Dispatch)
  • D.C. United penalizes itself in draw (Washington Times)
  • For Lagos, sitting is no fun (Columbus Dispatch)
  • An MLS Phenomenon With Legs (Washington Post)
  • Winless Crew hasn't reached panic stage after 4 games (Columbus Dispatch)
  • United seeks to cash in at home (Washington Times)

    Chicago Fire at Kansas City Wizards

  • Wizards, Fire fit to be tied (Kansas City Star)
  • Defense dented but not broken (Chicago Tribune)
  • First MLS start was 'tough' for Taylor (Kansas City Star)
  • Outcome changes in blink of an eye (Naperville Sun)
  • A Dipsy-do: Late goal helps Fire earn tie with Wizards (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Selolwane's goal gives Fire a tie (Associated Press)
  • Back trouble behind Perez (Chicago Tribune)
  • Wizards are streaking (Kansas City Star)
  • Selolwane third threat at forward (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Fire's foe looks familiar (Chicago Daily Southtown)

    MetroStars at San Jose Earthquakes

  • MetroStars report (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • Glen Takes Center Stage in His First MetroStars Start (New York Times)
  • Glen is a hero in first start (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Quakes' 5 goals only good for a draw (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Goals galore as Quakes forge tie (San Jose Mercury News)
  • MetroStars tie Quakes 5-5 (Oakland Tribune/Associated Press)
  • Earthquakes believe they're a hair away (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Front-office position with San Jose tames MLS wild man Lalas (Daily Record)
  • Incredible shootout at the Earthquakes' corral (

    New England Revolution at Colorado Rapids

  • Missed chances irk Twellman (Boston Globe)
  • No satisfaction for Rapids (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Rapids can't sink Revolution (Boston Globe)
  • Revs fit to be tied: Can't settle score with Rapids (Boston Herald)
  • Revolution, Rapids Match Ends Scoreless (Associated Press)

    Other MLS News

  • Fickle fans' fascination with Adu will slow to trickle (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Touted additions give lift to Rapids Reserve (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Soccer fans can't restrain Adu-lation (Rocky Mountain News)
  • The Chat (Washington Post)
  • Rhinos notes: Player cuts could be made this week (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • A real team effort (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Broadcaster Johnson: 'It's a true passion' (Washington Times)
  • The Chivas Dance Continues (
  • Battery signs two MLS veterans (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Former Coastal star getting his kicks in L.A. (Myrtle Beach Sun News)
  • Klinsmann's experience helps Galaxy (Houston Chronicle)
  • We shouldn't ask too much of 14-year-olds, even prodigies (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Piercing pain for Revs (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Local soccer players get a chance at MLS (Summit Daily News)
  • Soccer has a foothold in this heart (New York Daily News)
  • Mother knows best (New York Daily News)
  • Ice dream Sunday (San Jose Mercury News)
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