MLS Newsstand – Monday, September 20, 2004

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D.C. United 3, Chicago Fire 1

  • United Keeps Up Playoff Push (Washington Post)
  • Offense sputters, Fire falls in D.C. (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire's mastery of United ends (Associated Press)
  • Kovalenko, O'Brien Keep Feud Running (Washington Post)
  • Fire realizes there's no time to lose (Daily Southtown)
  • Moreno a steal for United (Washington Times)
  • For now, Fire will stick with Ring (Daily Herald)
  • Fire roller-coaster ride continues (Chicago Tribune)
  • Short-handed Fire takes on United (Chicago Sun-Times)

    Columbus Crew 4, MetroStars 2

  • Buddle carries the load (Columbus Dispatch)
  • MetroStars recap (Star-Ledger)
  • Crew Rip Metrostars 4-2, Reach Playoffs (Associated Press)
  • Metros hit the road with 1st place on line (Herald News)
  • Cunningham keeps his cool (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Guevara returns to the Metros (New York Post)
  • No place like home for Metros' Leitch (Daily Record)

    Dallas Burn 2, Los Angeles Galaxy 0

  • Burn climbs out of MLS basement (Star-Telegram)
  • Burn hustles out of cellar with 2-0 win (Dallas Morning News)
  • Galaxy Just Can't Strike at Dallas (L.A. Times)
  • Johnson Leads Burn Over Galaxy 2-0 (Associated Press)
  • Notebook: LA looking at ex-Burn Broome (Dallas Morning News)
  • Last-place Burn desperate to win (Star-Telegram)
  • U.S. duty takes a toll on Burn (Dallas Morning News)
  • Galaxy looking for stretch run (Daily Breeze)
  • A Galaxy apart (Press-Enterprise)

    New England Revolution 6, Colorado Rapids 1

  • Revs eye another late run (Boston Herald)
  • Making their point(s) (Boston Globe)
  • Revs tame Rapids (Boston Herald)
  • High time for a rout (Boston Globe)
  • Twellman's a self-fulfilling prophet (Boston Herald)
  • Easy Revs win over Colorado: Six goals at Gillette set franchise record (Patriot Ledger)
  • Heaps happy with central role (Boston Globe)
  • Revolution clobber Rapids in Foxboro (Sun Chronicle)
  • Streak ends in drubbing (Associated Press)
  • Revolution face a stiff test vs. playoff rivals (Boston Herald)
  • Riding wave, Rapids keep eye on prize (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Pierce longs for old days (Boston Globe)

    Kansas City Wizards 1, San Jose Earthquakes 0

  • Wizards win, back in first (Kansas City Star)
  • Wizards drop Quakes into last (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Wizards notebook: Preki on crutches (Kansas City Star)
  • Quakes may just play here in '05 (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Wizards well-aware time is running short (Kansas City Star)
  • This Week - Open Cup (Kansas City Star)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Utah's GM details plan for success in the MLS (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Earthquakes will keep Bay Area grass roots (San Antonio Express-News)
  • Soccer league's teams for sale (Denver Post)
  • Deadline extension raises optimism over Quakes (Bay City News)
  • The Netminder - Advice column: Stick with San Jose and Shelbourne (
  • Star-crossed Real is sagging (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Overcoming gaffes part of game (Houston Chronicle)
  • Sounders fall in A-League title game (Seattle Times)
  • Vincello, Commodore make impact; Montreal takes title by downing Sounders 2-0 (SoccerTimes)
  • Listless Bielsa steps down (Miami Herald)
  • Vanney Helps Bastia to Point (
  • Camacho quits as Real Madrid's coach after just six games (Associated Press)

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