MLS Newsstand – Saturday, August 28, 2004

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D.C. United at New England Revolution

  • Dempsey returns to action (New England Revolution)
  • Eskandarian Out, But Ankle Injury Is 'Not Severe' (Washington Post)
  • A new breed (Boston Globe)
  • Revs running out of chances to start streak (The Patriot Ledger)
  • Teen's star on the rise: United's Adu begins to shift into high gear (Boston Herald)
  • Revs just need a win (Milford Daily News)
  • Gold caps Mia's marvelous career (Washington Times)

    Chicago Fire at Dallas Burn

  • Time running out for Burn (Dallas Morning News)
  • Wilt hopes help's on the way (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire, Burn meet for final time at Cotton Bowl (Daily Herald)
  • GM Elliott says Clarke will return as Burn coach (Dallas Morning News)
  • Costa Rican striker loaned to Chicago Fire (Associated Press)

    Colorado Rapids at San Jose Earthquakes

  • Earthquakes in contention for playoffs (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Rapids' focus: Rising to first (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Shakey future haunts Quakes (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Meet the Quakes Sunday (The Salinas Californian)

    Other MLS and soccer

  • Szetela prepared for more Q &A's (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Argentina Wins First-Ever Soccer Gold (Associated Press)
  • Kicking Back (Los Angeles Times)
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