MLS Newsstand – Thursday, July 15, 2004

yet (Chicago Sun-Times)

  • Baker shines in sub role (MetroWest Daily News)
  • In defeat, Beasley mum on Dutch deal (Chicago Tribune)
  • Dempsey fires up Revs' win (MetroWest Daily News)
  • Fire's winless streak now 6 (Associated Press)

    Los Angeles Galaxy at Colorado Rapids

  • Rapids can't close deal, settle for draw (Denver Post)
  • Colorado locates offense, not net (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Colorado's struggle for offense continues (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • Hartman Saves Day, but Galaxy Can't Win (LA Times)

    Other MLS news

  • U.S. Open and shut(out) (The Oregonian)
  • Earthquakes move ahead in Open Cup (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Earthquakes Blank Timbers 3-0 (Associated Press)
  • Olsen helps United beat former team (The Washington Times)
  • United Puts On A Good Show (Washington Post)
  • D.C. United Tops Nottingham Forest (Associated Press)
  • After injuries, slow start, Wizards now on a hot streak (Kansas City Star)
  • Bradley goes for 100th (New York Newsday)
  • Cats out to better US football (The Journal - England)
  • Late Goal Lifts Costa Rica, 2-1 (LA Times)
  • Rovers sign ex-City keeper (IrelandOnline)
  • Titus thrilled to be back with Battery (Charleston Post and Courier)
  • Bulgaria turn to Stoichkov (Reuters)

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