MLS Newsstand – Monday, Nov. 7, 2005

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Eastern Conference Championship - Chicago Fire 0, New England Revolution 1

  • Revolution edge Fire, advance to MLS Cup (USA Today)
  • Revolution celebrate flag day (Boston Globe)
  • Razor-sharp Revolution: Stop Fire to advance to MLS Cup (Boston Herald)
  • Steps are getting 'em there (Boston Globe)
  • Lineup changes pan out (Boston Herald)
  • Breakdown burned them (Boston Globe)
  • Fire still hot at finish: Goalie crashes party (Boston Herald)
  • Revs return to Cup final (Providence Journal)
  • Sweet redemption for Revs (South Coast Standard Times)
  • Offside ruling puts out Fire (Chicago Tribune)
  • Revs go to MLS Cup as offside nullifies late Fire goal (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire put out in more ways than one (Daily Southtown)
  • Revs make most of key moments (The Eagle Tribune)
  • Dempsey knows how to put out Fire (The Eagle Tribune)
  • Other soccer articles

  • Quick Take: Will Donovan be enough? (Dallas Morning News)
  • Rapids not resting (Denver Post)
  • Rapids look for ways to learn from loss (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Soccer Is Their Common Language (The New York Times)
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