MLS Newsstand – Saturday, December 11, 2004 to Monday, December 13, 2004

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  • Nolly saves IU another title (Indianapolis Star)
  • UC Santa Barbara Falls in Final (L.A. Times)
  • Indiana claims 7th NCAA title over UCSB on penalties (USA Today)
  • Rapids eye Clavijo (Boston Herald)
  • Wizards could be a tough sell (Kansas City Star)
  • Area product Pierce has moving van idling (Houston Chronicle)
  • Mathis looking to salvage career (ESPN Soccernet)
  • World Cup captain sets retirement (JoonAng Daily)
  • Coaching & MLS Update (R News)
  • A real goal getter (Herald News)
  • Sparky's Nelsen to Lord It (The Mirror - UK)
  • Portuguese competition for Nelsen (
  • Rovers deal close for All Whites captain (
  • Soccer-specific stadiums key (Press-Enterprise)
  • MetroStars acquire Jeff Agoos (Associated Press)
  • Petco nearing deal to get Mexico game (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Curtain falls on colourful drama of World Club Cup (Reuters)
  • Completion of abandoned Spanish league soccer game set for Jan. 5 (Canadian Press)
  • Keller returns to Spurs bench after Southampton loan ends (
  • Surprise team in spotlight (Miami Herald)
  • Chelsea closing on Premiership title (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Bomb Threat Forces Stadium Evacuation (Associated Press)
  • Indiana Defends NCAA Soccer Crown (Associated Press)
  • Gauchos fall in soccer final (Associated Press)
  • Indiana claims seventh crown (L.A. Daily News)
  • Porto win second World Club Cup on shoot-out (Reuters)
  • Pumas win second Mexican title of year (Reuters)
  • Trinidad shuts out British Virgin Islands 4-0 in Gold Cup qualifier (Associated Press)
  • St. Vincent beats Grenada 3-1 in Gold Cup qualifier (Associated Press)
  • Talented, intense Mia will be missed (Washington Times)
  • Retired Hamm redefined soccer in U.S. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
  • Fans' Racist Taunts Rattle European Soccer (Washington Post)
  • Indiana, UCSB Reach Final (L.A. Times)
  • Maryland ousted again (Washington Times)
  • Italian Team Ordered to Play Without Fans (Associated Press)

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