MLS Newsstand – Thursday, August 5, 2004

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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinals

  • Wizards spurn Burn, advance in U.S. Open Cup (Kansas City Star)
  • Wizards shut out Burn in Open Cup, 4-0 (Dallas Morning News)
  • Notebook: Wizards feel at home (Kansas City Star)
  • Piece(s) in place for Fire (Daily Southtown)
  • Kickers tripped on one defensive slip (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Selolwane lifts Fire into Open semifinals (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire advances in U.S. Open Cup (Daily Herald)
  • San Jose 3, Thunder 2 (Star-Tribune)

  • Thunder go under (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
  • Rhinos: Coming up empty (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)

    Other MLS and soccer

  • Group has goal: soccer in Summit (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Utah club interviews for coach (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Sounders Notebook: A-League team on hold to mull MLS bid (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Nowak, United Enjoy Feel-Good Factor (Washington Post)
  • Pierce urges Revs to push (Boston Herald)
  • Metros, Magee meet at middle (New York Daily News)
  • Cochrane pleased with his decision to turn pro (The Oregonian)
  • Soccer gave his life a kick start (Boston Globe)
  • It's a sign of the times for Nicol (Liverpool Echo)
  • MLS cancels game against Real Madrid (Associated Press)
  • US Football League Showing Positive Trends, Commissioner Says (Voice of America)
  • S. Garland-ex looks for fresh start to soccer career in D.C (Dallas Morning News)
  • MLS cancels exhibition against Real Madrid (Orange County Register)
  • The British bring Major League Soccer camps to town (The Tullahoma News)
  • Club America makes most of Copa showing (Houston Chronicle)
  • Chivas Fans Ready (Soccer America)
  • D.C. commission turns itself around (Washington Times)
  • Anything but 'friendly' (Daily Southtown)
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