MLS Newsstand – November 6-7, 2004

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Eastern Conference Championship
D.C. United 3, New England Revolution 3 (D.C. wins 4-3 on PKs)

  • In a Thriller, United Prevails (Washington Post)
  • Lack of finishing kicks ends Revolution's run (Boston Globe)
  • United back in MLS Cup (Washington Times)
  • United stops Revs' run (Boston Herald)
  • At RFK, the Entire Exhibit on Display (Washington Post)
  • Twellman mulls exit (Boston Herald)
  • Revs' title hopes shot down in D.C. (Providence Journal)
  • Twellman: Booting painful (Boston Globe)
  • United, Revs play RFK thriller (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Rimando save sends D.C. to title game (Associated Press)

    Western Conference Championship
    Kansas City Wizards 2, Los Angeles Galaxy 0

  • Wizards have inkling of what D.C. can do (Kansas City Star)
  • One from the Cup (Kansas City Star)
  • Galaxy Hopes Quietly Slip Away to Wizards (Los Angeles Times)
  • MLS official impressed by 'knowledgeable' fans (Kansas City Star)
  • Galaxy denied MLS Cup shot (The Orange County Register)
  • Galaxy lays an egg in semis against Kansas City (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Galaxy falls short of MLS Cup final (Associated Press)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Soccer Sunday: Go time? (New York Daily News)
  • Reports: Donovan returning to Europe (San Jose Mercury News)
  • First glance at fiery final (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Eskandarian growing by leaps and bounds (Houston Chronicle)
  • Beasley a big hit in Dutch league (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Move overseas would be good for Donovan (Miami Herald)
  • Three Former Bruins To Play For MLS Cup 2004 (
  • Denmark Ends U.S. Women's Unbeaten Streak (Associated Press)
  • Soccer acts as passport (Anchorage Daily News)
  • Comcast, Altitude reach agreement (Boulder Daily Camera)

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