MLS Newsstand – Thursday, November 18, 2004

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  • MLS expansion draft on tap (USA Today)
  • Tie not enough to give Jamaica qualifying spot (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Real add league's all-time top scorer (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Kreis finds trade to Real Salt Lake an honor (Deseret Morning News)
  • Kreis is right for RSL (Ogden Standard-Examiner)
  • U.S. team knocks out Jamaica (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • D.C. United Captain Nears Deal In England (Washington Post)
  • Metros expose Walker (Daily Record)
  • D.C. doesn't protect Nelsen (Washington Times)
  • FC Dallas trades veteran star Kreis to Salt Lake (Star-Telegram)
  • In MLS expansion draft, Meola could be a keeper (New York Daily News)
  • U.S. Puts Jamaica Out of World Cup Qualifier (L.A. Times)
  • Wizards confirm draft list (Kansas City Star)
  • 2004 Mock MLS Expansion Draft (
  • MLS will test talent pool (Kansas City Star)
  • Carson's Home Depot Center expansion OK'd (Daily Breeze)
  • U.S. extends unbeaten run in tie against Jamaica (Houston Chronicle)
  • Players made available to MLS expansion teams (Associated Press)
  • Rapids list 12 protected players (Associated Press)
  • Jamaica 1, United States 1 (Associated Press)
  • Weak Signals From Quarterbacks (Washington Post)
  • Canada tops Guatemala in qualifier (Canadian Press)
  • Loss Costs Brazil Top Cup Qualifying Spot (Associated Press)