MLS Newsstand – Saturday, June 12, 2004

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  • Stewart Answers D.C.'s Emergency Call (Washington Post)
  • Resurgent Wizards find the road to their liking (Kansas City Star)
  • Fraser helped Columbus through early struggles (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Filling the Holes Is Half the Battle (L.A. Times)
  • There's Some Concern About Chivas Policy (L.A. Times)
  • Galaxy hosts battle of MLS leaders (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Galaxy's Kirovski lost to qualifier (Press-Enterprise)
  • For Rapids, it's puzzling (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Stars out for Galaxy, Fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire youth attempt to make the grade (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire looking for boost from 'Pony' express (Daily Southtown)
  • Time to put their best foot forward (Daily Herald)
  • These Fire players thrust into spotlight (Daily Herald)
  • Burn faces difficulty again in Gibbs' absence (Star-Telegram)
  • Another loss for Revolution (Boston Globe)
  • Cancela must pick up slack (Boston Herald)
  • MetroStars facing tough stretch (New York Post)
  • Metros depend on rookie goalie (Star-Ledger)
  • Wells left with goalkeeping duties vs. Earthquakes (Daily Record)
  • MetroStars at Earthquakes (San Jose Mercury News)
  • U.S. begins World Cup 2006 qualifying (Dallas Morning News)
  • 1994 World Cup coverage changed the way soccer is broadcast in U.S. (AP)
  • Nashville's SmartDM helps teams reach fans (The Tennessean)
  • Haiti-Jamaica: 40,000 expected (Miami Herald)
  • Canada kicks off Cup quest (Toronto Star)
  • Haiti, Jamaica rivalry hits soccer field (Sun-Sentinel)