MLS Newsstand – Thursday, December 9, 2004

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  • Soccer stadium deal 'very close' (Jersey Journal)
  • Wizards have 'major' news today (Kansas City Star)
  • Fordham Hall puts Wolyniec in good company (Staten Island Advance)
  • Gough adds to his war Chester (Glasgow Evening Times)
  • When Terps Need a Goal, Garey Answers (Washington Post)
  • 82,000 empty seats greet Madrid, Roma (Houston Chronicle)

    Women's national team

  • Legends Get Their Last Kicks (L.A. Times)
  • U.S. 'Girls of Summer' deserved better sendoff (Orange County Register)
  • Hamm leaves lasting impression with Mexico (Press-Enterprise)
  • Hamm goes out a winner (San Bernardino County Sun)
  • A fitting end to an era (Daily Breeze)
  • It's a wrap for Hamm and fellow legends (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Hamm, Foudy Retire From Women's Soccer (Associated Press)
  • Mia exits with two assists (New York Daily Herald)
  • U.S. wins for last time with Mrs. Garciaparra (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Hamm steps down to take her place in stands (London Timeonline)
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