MLS Newsstand – Saturday, Oct. 2, 2004 to Monday, Oct. 4, 2004

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D.C. United 1 at MetroStars 0

  • Adu delivers for D.C. (Herald News)
  • United Takes a Different Tack (Washington Post)
  • Metros' bud hurt by Adu (New York Post)
  • Adu shoves Metros around (New York Daily News)
  • MetroStars recap (Star-Ledger)
  • Adu's Goal Lifts United Over MetroStars (Associated Press)
  • Adu impresses, and beats, Metros (Star-Ledger)
  • Adu leads D.C. past Metros (Daily Record)
  • Depleted United Seeks Road Win (Washington Post)
  • Adu's lessons kick in (New York Daily News)
  • MetroStars eye 'strong finish' (New York Post)
  • Baseball at RFK creates problems (Washington Times)
  • MetroStars vs. D.C. United (Star-Ledger)

    Chicago Fire 3 at Columbus Crew 3

  • Tie prevents Crew from clinching title (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Maisonneuve adjusts to lesser role (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Crew Tie Fire 3-3 to Remain Unbeaten (Associated Press)
  • Crew makes points at home (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Cup qualifying drains Fire at critical time (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Playoff spot within Fire's reach (Daily Herald)
  • Fire seeks to clinch playoff berth (Daily Southtown)

    Dallas Burn 0 at New England Revolution 2

  • Happy returns for Revolution (Boston Globe)
  • Revolution take matters in hand (Boston Globe)
  • Burn draws costly blank (Star-Telegram)
  • Revs win heats up playoff race (Boston Herald)
  • Cancela starts fresh: Keys strong second half (Boston Herald)
  • Burn squanders shot, loses, 2-0, to Revolution (Dallas Morning News)
  • Middle ground for Cancela (Boston Globe)
  • Is Burn tough enough? (Dallas Morning News)
  • Burn set for final run at postseason (Star-Telegram)
  • Revs need wins to stay alive (Patriot Ledger)

    Kansas City Wizards 1 at Los Angeles Galaxy 1

  • Galaxy Misses Big Chance (LA Times)
  • Galaxy makes playoffs (Orange County Register)
  • Galaxy earns playoff berth (San Bernardino Sun)
  • Wizards tie Galaxy on late goal (Kansas City Star)
  • Galaxy makes playoffs (Press-Enterprise)
  • Own Goal Costs Galaxy Win Over Wizards (Associated Press)
  • Playoffs are in sight for Galaxy (Press-Enterprise)
  • Wizards will be best in West with victory (Kansas City Star)
  • Galaxy plan to apply some risky business (Daily Breeze)

    San Jose Earthquakes 1 at Colorado Rapids 1

  • Rapids playoff bound quietly (Denver Post)
  • Quakes pull ahead in chase for playoffs (Mercury News)
  • Rapids Clinch MLS Playoff Berth (Associated Press)
  • Rapids put it all on the line (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Mastroeni back on U.S. team (Boulder Daily Camera)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Leverkusen expecting Donovan (
  • MLS team to unveil name next week (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Gulati: Arena is sorry (Boston Herald)
  • 365's 10 v 1 with John Spencer (
  • lack of respect' in MLS timetable (Sun-Sentinel)
  • Reyna to miss qualifiers (Associated Press)
  • Los Angeles scores as best place for sports teams (American City Business Journals)
  • D.C. United Soccer Team Buying Chain of Newspapers (Associated Press)
  • American Beasley scores in PSV win (Sports Network)
  • U.S. is unloved, undermanned (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
  • RFK Stadium Overhaul Needed by Opening Day (Washington Post)
  • U.S. Women Down New Zealand 5-0 in Soccer (Associated Press)
  • More Than a Redskins Town (Washington Post)
  • Swiss Chided for Lack of Euro 2008 Stadium (Associated Press)
  • Man U confirms approach for takeover bid (Associated Press)
  • Roundup: Arsenal's streak reaches 48 games (Associated Press)
  • Roma win boosts Madrid (Miami Herald)
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