MLS Newsstand – Thursday, December 2, 2004 to Friday, December 3, 2004

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  • Liverpool draws Krafts' interest (Boston Globe)
  • United Acquires Rights to Gomez (Washington Post)
  • Clavijo among coaching targets (Denver Post)
  • Rhinos don't make offer to Harkes despite good interview (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • MLS Players Union reaches first-ever collective bargaining agreement (Fox Sports World)
  • Hamlett Candidate for Rapids Job (
  • ¡Gooool! Soccer set for BOB (Arizona Republic)
  • Hurtado has chance with Force (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • InterLiga soccer doubleheader at Cotton Bowl (Dallas Morning News)
  • USA gun talk (Trinidad Express)
  • Donovan accepts Bundesliga challenge (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Chiefs' Hunt Is Blue Blazers and Big Thinking (AOL Exclusive)
  • Checketts speaks at UVSC lecture series (Provo Daily Herald)
  • Jerry Smith helped Santa Clara join women's soccer elite (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Winners & Losers: Americans Abroad (Soccer America)
  • The Universal Nature of Soccer (Voice of America)
  • The new Liverpool Patriots (The Mirror)
  • Moores ready to step down as Liverpool ponder 'exciting offer' (Belfast Telegraph)
  • Selig says he won't alter Expos deal (Washington Times)
  • Phoenix hits big time on international soccer scene (Arizona Republic)
  • U.S. to open '05 Davis Cup in Carson (Orange County Register)
  • Oshoniyi: Seeking his roots (BBC Sport)
  • Striker Ngwenya Heads for Bundesliga (The Herald - Harare)
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