MLS Newsstand – Sunday, August 29, 2004

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Columbus Crew at MetroStars

  • Metros look to fix ship (Herald News)
  • Metros' lead on the line (New York Post)
  • MetroStars need win to stay first in East (Daily Record)
  • Akwari up to challenge now (Columbus Dispatch)
  • MetroStars scouting report (Daily Record)

    D.C. United 0, New England Revolution 0

  • Goal eludes Revs: Earn point in scoreless draw with D.C. (Boston Herald)
  • Revolution are barred from win (Boston Globe)
  • The Tie Fits New England, United (Washington Post)
  • Howey warms up fast (Boston Globe)
  • Revs' tie leaves playoff drive in neutral (Providence Journal)
  • Revolution, United settle for tie (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Two or more teams on tap (Boston Herald)
  • Revolution settle for scoreless draw with United (The Sun-Chronicle)

    Dallas Burn 4, Chicago Fire 1

  • O'Brien finds range, ends scoring drought (Dallas Morning News)
  • Defeat drops Fire to league bottom (Chicago Tribune)
  • Notebook: Brimstone Cup won't flame out (Dallas Morning News)
  • Fire buried by Burn (Daily Southtown)
  • Johnson's 2 goals give Burn win over Fire (Associated Press)

    Colorado Rapids 0, San Jose Earthquakes 0

  • Cannon plunges Quakes into last (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Quakes can't solve ex-keeper (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Land of the braveheart (Scotland on Sunday)
  • Cannon key to scoreless tie (Associated Press)

    Other MLS and soccer

  • Mia Hamm chosen to carry U.S. flag (Associated Press)
  • On soccer: No denying impact of Hamm (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Tevez Casts His Own Shadow (Los Angeles Times)
  • Hamm, others leave an impressive legacy (Houston Chronicle)
  • Boca Juniors-Cienciano OB match near (Miami Herald)
  • Parity exists in soccer, just at different levels (Sun-Sentinel)