MLS Newsstand – Thursday, October 14, 2004

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  • Johnson, Donovan School Panama (Washington Post)
  • New Captain America Helps U.S. Move On (New York Times)
  • Donovan scores twice, powers USA to 6-0 victory (USA Today)
  • Arena's confidence shows; U.S. advances (Dallas Morning News)
  • US moves on to final round (Boston Globe)
  • Johnson's Hat Trick Helps U.S. to 6-0 Win (L.A. Times)
  • Howey's hurtin' again (Boston Herald)
  • Hat trick for Burn's Johnson; Mexico advances (Dallas Morning News)
  • Wizards play key role in U.S. win over Panama (Kansas City Star)
  • Revs slash prices (Boston Herald)
  • U.S. fashions D.C. masterpiece (ESPN Soccernet)
  • USA-PANAMA: Reaction from the U.S. locker room (
  • Overpowering effort sends U.S. to final round of qualifying (
  • United States 6, Panama 0 (Associated Press)
  • Johnson, Donovan lead U.S. to rout of Panama (Associated Press)
  • Burn star scores three U.S. goals (Star-Telegram)
  • Costa Rica tops Canada 3-1 in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying (Associated Press)
  • Guatemala reaches final CONCACAF World Cup qualifying round by beating Honduras 1-0 (Associated Press)
  • Jamaica and El Salvador play out 0-0 draw in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying (Associated Press)
  • St. Vincent blanks St. Kitts 3-0 (Associated Press)
  • Mexico defeats Trinidad and Tobago 3-0 (Associated Press)
  • U.S., Mexico, Guatemala advance to regional finals (Associated Press)
  • European powers get back on track (Associated Press)
  • Beckham apologizes for intentional foul (Houston Chronicle)
  • Hunt, Gates join hall of fame (Kansas City Star)
  • Roundup: Brazil, Argentina held to draws (Associated Press)
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