MLS Newsstand – Thursday, April 14, 2005

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City to eye a way to score soccer for the Alamodome (San Antonio Express-News)
D.C. United Smashed Out Of Champions' Cup Semis (Washington Post)
Ruiz return to be happy (Press-Enterprise)
Walker's return could come soon (Herald News)
John adjusts to an unwanted role (Boston Herald)
Cila: Good riddance to Rapids (Deseret Morning News)
RSL: Signing offsets injuries (Salt Lake Tribune)
Metros' Youri in step (New York Daily News)
Crew's Testo rededicates himself after disappointing rookie season (Columbus Dispatch)
San Antonio near pro soccer goal (Houston Chronicle)
Chivas providing exciting soccer (Pasadena Star-News)
Kreamalmeyer's hard work pays off in the pros (The Alton Telegraph)
Beasley makes impact in Champions League (Houston Chronicle)
Galaxy edge Timbers in exhibition (Associated Press)
Deal Could Bring MLS to SA (WOAI San Antonio)
Pumas cruises into CONCACAF final (Associated Press)
MLS reserve league puts stock in the future (
If we give away the Alamodome, here's a suggested name for it (San Antonio Express-News)
FIFA Seeks Crackdown on Lying About Ages (Associated Press)

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