MLS Newsstand – Thursday, January 20, 2005

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  • Quakes reacquire team record-holder (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Defender Petke Reaches Agreement With D.C. United (Washington Post)
  • MLS veteran Dunseth to join Real Salt Lake (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Feyenoord Rotterdam signs U.S. fullback Cory Gibbs to 4 1/2 year contract (Associated Press)
  • U.S. Defender Gibbs Signs for Feyenoord (Reuters)
  • Interest in Wizards is high (Kansas City Star)
  • Crew GM sees benefit in shaking things up a little (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Super day (Johnson County Sun)
  • Player acquisitions make F.C. Dallas a competitor (Houston Chronicle)
  • Guzan goes 2nd in MLS draft (The Star Newspaper)
  • Boomer's suitors: Europe and MLS (Las Vegas Sun)
  • Metros duo out to impress Friesians (
  • Bellarmine Prep's Merritt lands with D.C. United (The Tacoma News Tribune)
  • U.S. federation, union try again on contract (Baltimore Sun)
  • Califf on trial with Vålerenga (
  • Experts overlook Corcoran injuries (Patriot Ledger)
  • McCullers has interim dropped from his Crew job title (Associated Press)
  • Stalled talks put World Cup pressure on no-names (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Fire reap the richest haul (ESPN
  • The real winners of the 2005 MLS SuperDraft are the players (FoxSportsWorld)
  • Labor dispute hinders U.S. soccer's gains (USA Today)
  • Contract talks resume today (Orange County Register)