MLS Newsstand – Monday, July 26, 2004

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Chicago Fire at MetroStars

  • MetroStars Recap (Star-Ledger)
  • Merely Another Victory for MetroStars' Coach (New York Times)
  • Metros finally put out Fire (North Jersey Herald News)
  • MetroStars: Bradley hits the century mark (Star-Ledger)

  • Fire searches for inspiration, can't find it (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fitting foe for Bradley's 100th (NY Post)
  • Bradley finally beats Fire for No. 100 (AP)

    D.C. United at Dallas Burn

  • Burn routs United, 5-1 (Dallas Morning News)
  • Adu, United can't slow down Burn (Star-Telegram)
  • United Gets Burned In Dallas (Washington Post)
  • Burn notebook: All-Stars won't catch a break (Dallas Morning News)

    Los Angeles Galaxy at Kansas City Wizards

  • Wizards at a loss after tie with Galaxy (Kansas City Star)
  • Marshall Saves Galaxy in End (LA Times)
  • Wizards Notebook: Second-half skirmish (Kansas City Star)
  • Marshall's late goal salvages draw for LA (Jamaica Observer)

    New England Revolution at San Jose Earthquakes

  • Quakes get upset, then rally for tie (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Late collapse rattles Revs (Boston Herald)
  • Revolution didn't put away San Jose (Boston Globe)
  • Quakes rally for tie in extra time (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Quakes rally for tie in extra time (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Choke makes this tie ugly (Boston Globe)
  • Quakes leave Revs shaken (Boston Herald)
  • Earthquakes pull out all the stops (Boston Globe) Colorado at Columbus
  • Szetela trade talks ongoing (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Crew offense gets tied up against Rapids (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Colorado can't kick its scoring futility (Denver Post)
  • Nothing to it: Rapids tie again (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Rapids fit to be tied (AP)
  • Crew hopes to resolve Szetela situation soon (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Reserve wins conference title (Boulder Daily Camera)

    MLS and Other Soccer

  • 'Chico' the leader of a Stateside Revolution (The Daily Post - UK)
  • Hahnemann backs new boy (icBerkshire)
  • Szetela's decision a victory for MLS (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
  • Who'll Trade Two for a Freddy Adu? (New York Times)
  • Better soccer coming to So Cal? (The Lompoc Record)
  • Howard proves he belongs with Manchester United (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Climate for soccer seems friendly (Houston Chronicle)
  • Leiweke helped Comets rise, hopes to do same with arena (Kansas City Star)
  • Bayern, man u put on sorry spectacle (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Spector makes triumphant return home (Daily Southtown)
  • Soccer duel a bummer for 58,121 (Chicago Tribune)
  • Bayern Munich edges Man U (Daily Southtown)
  • Soccer has its day in the sun (Chicago Tribune)
  • Bayern turns back Manchester United on penalty kicks (Daily Herald)
  • Liverpool, Celtic Arrive With Rich Traditions (Hartford Courant)
  • Defenses shine, stars unseen (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
  • Brazil's Latest Triumph Is Simply Just for Kicks (L.A. Times)
  • Chelsea soaks up local atmosphere (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • Chelsea hopes to cash in with spending spree (Seattle Times)
  • Chelsea dominates without full lineup (Seattle Times)
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