MLS Newsstand – Thursday, July 8, 2004

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  • Short-handed Burn hold on for 2-1 win (Dallas Morning News)
  • Quakes lose, and their swoon is complete (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Late heroics give Burn win over Quakes (Star-Telegram)
  • Quakes are not cooking at home (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Cassar stops Donovan's PK (Associated Press)
  • Hunt doesn't settle relocation issue for Wizards (Kansas City Star)
  • Hunt wants new soccer stadiums for MLS teams (Kansas City Business Journal)
  • Poll respondents like MLS coming to SLC (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Sounders await MLS expansion decision (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Cannon has blast frustrating foes (Rocky Mountain News)
  • From stocking shelves to stopping shots (Scripps Howard News Service)
  • Scrimmage vs. U.S. lifts Fire's spirits (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Bradley defends Metros' 'D' (New York Daily News)
  • Fire sees progress in friendly with U.S. team (Daily Southtown)
  • Feeling needy (Naperville Sun)
  • Chivas USA will be Spanish-speaking (Mural - Mexico)
  • Gaven having a ball in 2004 (ESPN
  • Pennsylvania native finds a fit in MLS (The Daily Item)
  • U.S. climbs to seventh in FIFA rankings (Associated Press)
  • Savarese provides spark in his return (New York Newsday)
  • KSE appoints new COO (
  • Brenes earns Costa Rican call (Rivals DM)
  • MLS keeps scoring nutty nickname own goals (Fox Sports World)
  • Revisions add to cost of soccer stadium (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Quakes Hit Rock Bottom In 2-1 Loss To Burn (
  • The Freddie-Mania bandwagon is on its way to UR Stadium (
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