MLS Newsstand – Thursday, May 26, 2005

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MetroStars 0 at Kansas City Wizards 1
Ahead at the end (Kansas City Star)
Metros can't find net in loss (Herald News)
Gutierrez returns (Kansas City Star)
Oshoniyi earns third shutout (Associated Press)

San Jose Earthquakes 1 at Colorado Rapids 0
Criticism for heartless defeat (Denver Post)
Quakes crack Rapids' strategy (San Jose Mercury News)
New-look Rapids, same old result (Rocky Mountain News)
Rapids continue slide (Boulder Daily Camera)
Earthquakes 1, Rapids 0 (Associated Press)

Columbus Crew 0 at Los Angeles Galaxy 0
Galaxy, Minus Donovan, Gets Tie (L.A. Times)
Crew ties Galaxy, but goalie injured (Columbus Dispatch)
Galaxy stymied without Donovan (Pasadena Star-News)
Trade for Henderson completed (Columbus Dispatch)
Galaxy finds boos, no goals (Orange County Register)
Donovan's absence creates a black hole in Galaxy's offense (Daily Breeze)

Other soccer articles
USA tests Cup readiness against England (USA Today)
For Adu and Nowak, It's More Than a Matter of Time (Washington Post)
Chivas looking for an answer to struggles (Pasadena Star-News)
Real fired up to beat Chicago (Salt Lake Tribune)
Eskandarian contributing for United (Washington Times)
John: Trinidad can make point (Boston Herald)
Left back still up in the air; Besagno will be around more (Deseret Morning News)
Stars 'n' gripes: Revs tested by national call-ups (Boston Herald)
Annual Copa L.A. tourney kicks off (San Bernardino County Sun)
U.S. Soccer Win 55 Years Ago Still Sweet (Associated Press)
England missing several big names (
Fairpark joins stadium race (Salt Lake Tribune)
City, county in soccer feud (Deseret Morning News)
In Downtown New York, You'll Never Watch Alone (New York Times)

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