MLS Newsstand – Oct. 14-15, 2005

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Chicago Fire at New England Revolution

  • They'll play with fire (Boston Globe)
  • Fire ready for season finale (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • For Revs, season finale means plenty (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Fire to take closer look at personnel in regular-season finale (Chicago Daily Herald)
  • Columbus Crew at D.C. United

  • Carroll Shines During National Team Debut (Washington Post)
  • New coach, roster changes expected after tough year (Columbus Dispatch)
  • United looks to gain playoff momentum in finale (Washington Times)
  • Warzycha says he learned a lot in brief stint as Crew coach (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Kansas City Wizards at FC Dallas

  • FC Dallas can pick its spots (Dallas Morning News)
  • Crunch time for Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • FC Dallas tightens reins (Star-Telegram)
  • Festivities overshadow FC Dallas' final game (Dallas Morning News)
  • San Jose Earthquakes at Los Angeles Galaxy

  • Galaxy's Playoff Future Hinges on Regular-Season Finale (Los Angeles Times)
  • Winning isn't everything in Quakes-Galaxy game (San Jose Mercury News)
  • A healthier Califf helps Earthquakes (Orange County Register)
  • Western Conference playoff picture coming into focus (LA Daily News)
  • Other soccer articles

  • Checketts expecting changes from Real (Deseret Morning News)
  • Arena seeks team chemistry (
  • The ultimate soccer save for USF standout (St. Petersburg Times)
  • Soccer site: An $18 million hijack? (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Will stadium sell beer? (Deseret Morning News)
  • Vancouver plans soccer stadium (Associated Press)
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