MLS Newsstand – Thursday, December 16, 2004

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  • Replacements on US team? (Boston Globe)
  • U.S. Soccer Federation threatening not to use regular players in World Cup qualifier (Associated Press)
  • United to Start Season Early for Champions' Cup (Washington Post)
  • Metros, N.J. near deal for stadium (Star-Ledger)
  • Harrison mayor hopes for stadium (Jersey Journal)
  • Comets owner not a candidate to take over Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Ball in the Air (Salt Lake Weekly)
  • Soccer: Nelsen offered Blackburn contract - reports (New Zealand Herald)
  • Brown pondering Tippeligaen offer (
  • Rhinos bring in Calloway as coach (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Stewart signs with Netherlands' VVV Venlo (Associated Press)
  • Barrett option declined, release likely (
  • Blanco returns, again, to team of his youth (Houston Chronicle)
  • Soccer fans raise funds for fallen friend's family (Daily Breeze)
  • D.C. United gets Caribbean champ for first round of Champions Cup (Associated Press)
  • Harbor View advances to CONCACAF Champions Cup (Associated Press)
  • Lamar Hunt's decision to sell the Wizards will probably lead to the team's relocation (Fox Sports World)
  • Quakes moves to include Barrett, DeRosario (
  • Venlo announce Stewart return (Yanks-Abroad)
  • RSL to hold invite-only tryouts (Deseret Morning News)
  • 'Soccer' to become 'football' in Australia (Associated Press)
  • Achieving his goals (Boston Globe)
  • Mexican men's team seeks female player (Associated Press)

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