MLS Newsstand – Saturday, June 18, 2005

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Kansas City Wizards at Chicago Fire - ESPN 2
Not their kind of town (Kansas City Star)
Fire stays loose, hopes to rebound (Chicago Tribune)
Fire mixing it up like never before (Chicago Sun-Times)
Vanishing act? Wizards may disappear from K.C. (Chicago Daily Herald)

New England Revolution at D.C. United - FSC
United Steps Forward With Wilson on Defense (Washington Post)
Rolling Revs confident (Boston Herald)
D.C. United seeks its own Revolution (Washington Times)
Noted striker now assists (Boston Globe)

Columbus Crew at MetroStars
Wolyniec returns to face former MetroStar teammates (Daily Record)
Crew goes to oasis thirsting for road win (Columbus Dispatch)
New GM Fires Up Metros (New York Post)
MetroStars vs. Crew (Star-Ledger)

Los Angeles Galaxy at FC Dallas
FC Dallas tries to stay atop West (Star-Telegram)
Focus Is on Galaxy's Dismal Road Record (Los Angeles Times)
FC Dallas finally home, playing L.A. (Dallas Morning News)
Galaxy still finding their way on road (Daily Breeze)
Galaxy ready for test (Pasadena Star-News)

Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes
Quakes appear to be on the mend (San Jose Mercury News)
MLS: Will this be the night? (Salt Lake Tribune)
Real's goal is just that - score (Deseret Morning News)
Time at 411 and counting (Standard Examiner)
Trembly finds a home with RSL (Salt Lake Tribune)

Colorado Rapids at Chivas USA
Ramirez, Chivas seek turnaround against Colorado (Pasadena Star-News)
Short-handed Rapids playing with little rest (Rocky Mountain News)
Hendrickson revives his career as Chivas' defensive iron man (Daily Breeze)
Playing on as team founders (Press-Enterprise)
Guzan gets second chance in goal (Orange County Register)

Other Soccer Articles
MLS Owners Face Thinking Cap Time (Los Angeles Times)
United States beats Egypt 1-0 to reach second round at World Youth Championship (Associated Press)
Nicol still a vital element (Boston Globe)
Kicking things off (Lorain Morning Journal)
MLS Confidential: List? What list? (Soccer America)
Pizza Hut delivers name for soccer complex (Frisco Enterprise)

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