MLS Newsstand – Sunday-Monday, Sept. 5-6, 2004

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San Jose 1 at New England 0

  • Earthquakes topple Revs (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Revolution kept down by Brown (Boston Globe)
  • Revs can't capitalize on catching 'Quakes without best players (Providence Journal)
  • Mending Franchino slated to practice (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Revs can't hit target against Earthquake (Eagle-Tribune)
  • Earthquakes Beat Revolution 1-0 (Associated Press)

    Los Angeles 1 at Columbus 3

  • Crew's record a mirage when it comes to gauging coach (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Paule's hat trick catapults Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Jordan's injuries kept in perspective (Columbus Dispatch)

    MetroStars 0 at Kansas City 1

  • Wizards alone in first place (Kansas City Star)
  • Preki will miss rest of season (Kansas City Star)
  • Wizards Defeat MetroStars, 1-0 (Associated Press)

    D.C. 1 at Chicago 3

  • Top scorers out, but Mapp shows path to win (Chicago Tribune)
  • Feisty rookies help Fire top Adu, D.C. United (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire follows the Mapp (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire wins second straight match (Daily Herald)
  • Fire Defeat D.C. United, 3- 1 (AP)

    Dallas 1 at Colorado 2

  • Anger motivates big rally (Denver Post)
  • Burn misses opportunity, loses 2-1 to Colorado (Dallas Morning News)
  • Loss drops Burn to last place (Star-Telegram)
  • Colorado Rapids Beat Dallas Burn 2-1 (Associated Press)

    U.S. national team and other soccer

  • Is Alamo City's next goooooal a tax-funded soccer stadium? (San Antonio Express-News)
  • Convey stars on World Cup duty (Reading Evening Post)
  • Not High Art, but U.S. Takes the Win (Washington Post)
  • U.S. Gets a Victory; El Salvador Gets Angry (New York Times)
  • U.S. able to move the chains on El Salvador: Donovan, Ching find back of net (Boston Herald)
  • U.S. good as gold in qualifier (New York Daily News)
  • Fashion statement: US takes charge in Cup qualifier (Boston Globe)
  • Ching continues hot play as U.S. team climbs atop group (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Young player starts U.S. off on right note (Dallas Morning News)
  • 'Quake looks steady (Boston Herald)
  • An unqualified success (Boston Globe)
  • Notebook: Salvadoran midfielder ejected for wearing jewelry (Dallas Morning News)
  • U.S. pries win from El Salvador (Houston Chronicle)
  • U.S. benefits from chain reaction (Eagle-Tribune)
  • Road to U.S. team a grueling one (New York Times)
  • U.S. Wins World Cup Qualifying Semis (AP)
  • Report: Keller keen to end career at home (Reuters)
  • Keller ponders US return (BBC)
  • Guatemala defeat Costa Rica 2-1 (AP)
  • World Cup hopes hurt by late calls (Canadian Press)
  • Reggae Boyz suffers setback (Trinidad Guardian)
  • Technical staff remains hopeful (Jamaica Gleaner)
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