MLS Newsstand – Nov. 1, 2005

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  • Season's Failures May Spur United to Change (Washington Post)
  • Sox title stokes Fire's players for MLS run (Chicago Sun-Tribune)
  • Rapids on unlikely run (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Top seed is a bad place to be in MLS (Kansas City Star)
  • Will Quakes fans sigh, `Oh, what a team we had'? (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Lalas raises the bar high in search for coach (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • Pessimists know they can't expect a Galaxy win (The Daily Breeze)
  • MLS Playoffs Don't Pass Muster (New York Sun)
  • If You're Giving Adu the Boot, It Better Not Kick You in the End (Washington Post)
  • Fire's solid effort pleases coach (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • In England, Wigan Makes Itself Known (New York Times)
  • Playoff losers seek answers (
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