MLS Newsstand – Sunday, June 27, 2004

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Los Angeles Galaxy at Chicago Fire

  • Fire at full strength for L.A. rematch (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Jones Is Latest Issue for Galaxy (Los Angeles Times)
  • World Cup vets may plug Fire leaks (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire out to make world of difference vs. Galaxy (Daily Southtown)
  • Galaxy aim to show their true colors in Chicago (Daily Breeze)
  • Clanton's much more than a fan for Fire (Daily Herald)

    D.C. United at Dallas Burn

  • Kreis scores record 89th goal in Burn's 1-1 tie (Dallas Morning News)
  • Jason sets mark; Freddy simmers (Star-Telegram)
  • Eskandarian Is In Right Spot For D.C. United (Washington Post)
  • Adu frustrated as role withers (Dallas Morning News)
  • United Salvages 1-1 Tie With Burn (AP)
  • Kreis pursues milestone goal (Dallas Morning News)
  • The great American hope (Star-Telegram)
  • Much Adu: Burn, which held phenom's draft rights, can only wonder (Dallas Morning News)
  • Adu can learn from Rooney (Washington Times)
  • Learning the Game Plan (Washington Post)
  • Burn's Kreis nears MLS milestone (Odessa American)

    MetroStars at New England Revolution

  • It's a brilliant finish (Boston Globe)
  • Revs home in on win (Boston Herald)
  • Metros' streak short-lived (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Brillant scores first MLS goal (Boston Herald)
  • Revolution topples MetroStars (New York Daily News)
  • Brown is not half bad (Boston Globe)
  • New England welcomes win (Providence Journal)
  • Revolution Rookies Thwart MetroStars (AP)
  • On soccer: Calm amid the storm (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Revs reaching: Nicol weighs changes to snap slump (Boston Herald)
  • Breaking formation? (Boston Globe)
  • 'Gades, Revs on pitch (MetroWest Daily News)
  • MetroStars likes Flores' passion (Daily Record)
  • Up next: Metros vs. New England (North Jersey Herald News)
  • High flyin' Metros visit the basement (NY Post)

    Colorado Rapids at Columbus Crew

  • Crew can't overcome early misses, own goal (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Rapids Beat Crew 2-1 on Gift Goal (AP)
  • Papa Buddle's experience benefits son (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Rapids learn to travel light (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Attendance figures down, but Crew remains optimistic (Columbus Dispatch)

    Kansas City Wizards at San Jose Earthquakes

  • Quakes lifted by takedown (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Wizards move into first place (Kansas City Star)
  • Quakes' Mulrooney finds boon in June (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Mulrooney's first goal salvages tie (Contra Costa Times)
  • END of road for Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Defender goes on offensive against leukemia (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Defending champs making comeback (Oakland Tribune)

    Other MLS

  • Balboa still gets kick out of soccer (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • For Preki, Patience Isn't Exactly Virtue (AP)
  • Boy's quick thinking begets Revolution (Providence Journal)
  • Salt Lake favored by MLS? (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Major League Soccer basics (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Jaqua enjoys being thrown into fire (The Register Guard)
  • Arena increases U.S. team's confidence level (Houston Chronicle)
  • Salt Lake favored by MLS? (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Soccer star enjoys low profile lifestyle (The Commercial Appeal)
  • Pasco's Zimmerman hailed as best young American since Adu (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Morrow back and looking for new Gunners talent (Belfast Telegraph)
  • Booth turns down MLS, SPL offers for TV deal (
  • Soccer is serious to Chicago Fire Reserves (Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune)
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