MLS Newsstand – Thursday, Aug. 18, 2005

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New England Revolution 0 at Colorado Rapids 2
Colorado serves notice (Denver Post)
Their chances go up in thin air (Boston Globe)
Rapids lose no steam (Rocky Mountain News)
Revs slip up late in loss to Rapids (Boston Herald)
Riley rapidly changing roles (Boston Globe)

WCQ - USA 1 vs. Trinidad & Tobago 0
Americans closing in on making World Cup field (USA Today)
For U.S., One And Almost Done (Hartford Courant)
How Soccer Explains the World (New York Times)
Soccer in this country entering new World (New York Daily News)
U.S. all but in World Cup (Dallas Morning News)
Brian's back (
U.S. Earns Sloppy Win In World Cup Qualifying (Dallas Morning News)
U.S. Puts Itself in Position (Los Angeles Times)
McBride Scores Early as U.S. Saunters to a Victory (New York Times)
Cup almost full (Herald News)
More Than A Game (Hartford Courant)
Americans inch closer to Cup (Boston Globe)
U.S. creeps closer to Cup (New York Daily News)
U.S. wins lackluster qualifier (Patriot Ledger)
Cup Notes: U.S. shows depth (USA Today)
On the brink (Associated Press)
Mexico up next as Americans look for one more win or tie (Dallas Morning News)
USA almost certain to get World Cup bid (Salt Lake Tribune)
Onalfo Works From Afar (Hartford Courant)
Wound up (Herald News)
U.S. ekes past T&T (MetroWest Daily News)
U.S. wins, closes in on World Cup spot (Houston Chronicle)
ABC, ESPN to Broadcast Fourth World Cup (Associated Press)

Other Soccer Articles
Coach hates to rain on playing in Spain, but ... (Columbus Dispatch)
A Wolff in sheep's clothing (Kansas City Wizards)
Kovalenko Looks Like Old Self (Washington Post)
Fire's Rolfe proving size isn't everything (Houston Chronicle)
Meola returns with lofty goals (Newsday)
RSL gets work visas for two players (Salt Lake Tribune)
MLS trumpets its drug-testing system, but even it contains some flaws (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Soccer stadium race nears finish line (Salt Lake Tribune)
D.C.'s Gros, Olsen enjoy successful visit (Harrisburg Patriot News)
RSL's new defenders finally cleared to play (Deseret Morning News)
City Islanders put on good show (Harrisburg Patriot News)
Rooney in line for FIFpro honour (
Having a field day (Grayslake Review)
Romero Gives Guatemala 2-1 Win Over Panama (Associated Press)
Mexico on the Verge of 2006 World Cup (Associated Press)
England stumbles to worst loss in 25 years (Associated Press)

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