MLS Newsstand – Thursday, November 4, 2004

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  • United: Come Together, Right Now (Washington Post)
  • Ruiz at best in big games (Pasadena Star-News)
  • There's no substitute for the play of Dorman (Boston Globe)
  • Zotinca's play speaks for itself (Kansas City Star)
  • Kamler re-United with D.C. (Boston Herald)
  • Bradley gets another shot from MetroStars (New York Daily News)
  • Galaxy's Sampson responding to pressure (Daily Breeze)
  • Dorman: No substitute for confidence (Boston Herald)
  • Clarke remains FC Dallas coach (Star-Telegram)
  • Voters in Commerce City endorse $64 million project (Denver Post)
  • Wizards, Galaxy meet in MLS Western final (Houston Chronicle)
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  • Carol Stream girl to compete in national soccer contest (Daily Herald)
  • Loss gives Hunt a 'new' attitude (Kansas City Star)
  • Hamm gives fans what they came for (Star-Ledger)
  • A real Hamm (Herald News)
  • U.S. women dazzle area soccer lovers (Daily Record)
  • Busy Foudy plotting her off-field future (Herald News)
  • Hamm Goal Lifts U.S. to Tie With Denmark (Associated Press)
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