MLS Newsstand – Thursday, June 2, 2005

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Kansas City Wizards 1 at Chivas USA 1
Tie Is a Nice Gift for Chivas (Los Angeles Times)
Point for tie is fine for KC (Kansas City Star)
Chivas USA extends winless streak to five (Press-Telegram)
Chivas USA likes the fit of this tie Orange County Register)
A coach by any other name still adds up to a Chivas tie (Daily Breeze)
Focused Chivas ties (Press-Enterprise)
Chivas USA ties Wizards 1-1 (Associated Press)
Suarez: Westerhof to coach Chivas USA (Associated Press)

Other Soccer Articles
Soccer his future, after grim past (Denver Post)
Wizards deal still up in air (Kansas City Star)
Franchino keeps something in reserve (Boston Herald)
Even the best-laid plans ... (Columbus Dispatch)
County to kick around pro soccer (Kansas City Star)
Rojas, Fitzpatrick answer country's call (Deseret Morning News)
Secrets of the Revs' success (Boston Herald)
Soccer prince ready to take on world (Dayton Daily News)
Rapids overwhelm amateurs (Rocky Mountain News)
After poor start, Chivas will be an asset in MLS (Houston Chronicle)
Beckham sees the draw of the good ol' U.$.of A. (New York Post)
U.S. coach expects deeper, better team in qualifiers (USA Today)
Cup spots still uncertain (Deseret Morning News)
Arena has U.S. Soccer on the rise (Salt Lake Tribune)
Sam's Army to march into Rice-Eccles (Salt Lake Tribune)
U.S. hopes Salt Lake feels like home (New York Daily News)
Quite a ride for McBride on national team (Deseret Morning News)
There's nothing to dislike about Costa Rica (Salt Lake Tribune)
Kids get their kicks from reading and soccer (West Roxbury & Roslindale Transcript)

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