MLS Newsstand – Thursday, July 21, 2005

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MetroStars 0 at Columbus Crew 1
Reversal of fortune (Columbus Dispatch)
Meola's return spoiled (Herald News)
Heat, busy schedule keep Crew from taking new tack (Columbus Dispatch)

D.C. United 1 at Kansas City Wizards 1
Wizards get tie with Sealy's goal (Kansas City Star)
United Settles for a Tie in Kansas City (Washington Post)
The Adu thrill is gone (Kansas City Star)

San Jose Earthquakes 2 at Colorado Rapids 1
Exes mark their spots against Rapids (Rocky Mountain News)
Mullan sparks Quakes' victory (San Jose Mercury News)
Local hero for San Jose (Denver Post)

O'Brien Hopes Injuries Are a Tweak of the Past (New York Times)
U.S. enjoys golden chance for top World Cup seeding (New York Daily News)
U.S. Appears in Line for Spot in Title Game (Los Angeles Times)
Revs gladly pay `national debt' (Boston Herald)
U.S., Honduras battle in semis of Gold Cup (Daily Record)
Coach from N.J. making his mark (Star-Ledger)
America has 6th sense in new soccer rankings (New York Post)
Pope wheels back into action for US (Boston Globe)
Keller remains the age-old answer for U.S. goalkeeping duties (Star-Ledger)
U.S. faces old foe tonight in Gold Cup semifinal (Jersey Journal)
Keller on top as World Cup approaches (Associated Press)
We're No. 6: U.S. earns highest ranking (Salt Lake Tribune)

Other Soccer Articles
Soccer fans rally, support complex (Kansas City Star)
Help may be on way for Real (Deseret Morning News)
Mexican powers join L.A. teams at Coliseum (L.A. Daily News)
Real Madrid to play MLS all-star team at the Bernabeu (Reuters)
Lawmakers like a fair-soccer mix (Salt Lake Tribune)
Juventus match may be scrapped (Herald News)
Mexican, Polish powers come up empty (Chicago Sun-Times)

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