MLS Newsstand – Thursday, September 1, 2005

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Real Salt Lake 1 at D.C. United 5
It's in the Cards: United Wins Easily (Washington Post)
Real coach says team quit (Deseret Morning News)
Ellinger upset after another poor outing (Salt Lake Tribune)
RSL coach offered praise only for Tarley (Deseret Morning News)
Adu scores, United dominates Salt Lake (Associated Press)

Other soccer articles
Johnson rejoins U.S. men for qualifier vs. Mexico (USA Today)
Earning stripes for U.S. team takes time (Columbus Dispatch)
Arena urges soccer fans to step up (USA Today)
U.S. soccer is nothing to yawn at (San Jose Mercury News)
U.S. seeking to fill up Cup (New York Daily News)
U.S.-Mexico matchup pits elite of the region (Houston Chronicle)
U.S. continues to challenge Mexico on all fronts (
Arena wants fans to tune in (Associated Press)
Quakes clinch playoff berth (Monterrey County Herald)
Sampson confident as season winds down (LA Daily News)
Crew is playing better defense under Warzycha (Columbus Dispatch)
Former Galaxy coach becomes Chivas fan (Pasadena Star-News)
FC Dallas goalkeeper out six to eight weeks (Dallas Morning News)
Stewart ready for homecoming (Daily Breeze)
U.S. men's soccer team confirms Gillette date (Boston Herald)
Missing passports and bed sores (
No looking down on possible Cup upstarts (Boston Globe)
Soccer games unlikely at new park this year (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Glazer 'horror stories' untrue, says Manchester rep (Tampa Business Journal)
Boca Juniors win Supercup competition (Associated Press)
Cruz Azul Downs Morelia on a Less-Than-Starry Night (Los Angeles Times)

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