MLS Newsstand – September 12, 2004

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  • Crew tries to keep focus on the here and now (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Rapids' division chase steers into home stretch (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Time is right (Herald News)
  • In England, 'Football' Is Life (New York Times)
  • Fire wants to host state tournament (Chicago Tribune)
  • Wise move for soccer stadium (Daily Southtown)
  • Could Detroit join MLS in 2006? (Daily Herald)
  • Soccer notebook: Women will play at Giants Stadium (Star-Ledger)
  • Late wins having a big impact for Fire (Daily Herald)
  • England plan to conquer the States (London Evening Standard)
  • Last time to see Mia (New York Daily News)
  • A gold-medal gala (K.C. Star)
  • Hamm touring company will reach Chicago Oct. 20 (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Reliant to host U.S. women (Houston Chronicle)
  • Fan tour is fond farewell (The Oregonian)
  • Inside Soccer: Season rolls; world's a stage (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Hamm to help Nomar decide future (Chicago Tribune)
  • Tour to Honor U.S. Women's Soccer Team (AP)
  • Checketts and Soros to Invest $25 Million in CSTV (New York Times)
  • Farrell seeks title in finale (Seattle Times)
  • Matters of great import (Boston Globe)
  • El Salvador fires national soccer coach (AP)
  • Richard Gough Enters The Fray (
  • MISL calls off Sidekicks' season (Dallas Morning News)
  • Rewind with Steve Sampson (
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