MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, April 19, 2005

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Galvan Rey king for at least a day (Herald News)
Wilt's ouster a dumb, heartless move (Chicago Daily Herald)
Investors sought for MLS in Detroit (Detroit Free Press)
In reserve game, MetroStars' Regan gets his kicks(New York Daily News)
This rivalry needs some development (Daily Breeze)
Source: Hall to select former Rapid Balboa (Denver Post)
Ramos, Harkes, Vermes hoping for call from Hall (Newark Star-Ledger)
Williams' injury healing quickly (Salt Lake Tribune)
When 'No chance' U.S. shocked the soccer world (Chicago Daily Herald)
Hall's secret is safe (Oneonta Daily Star)
Alamodome Privatization Proposed (
Fan violence continues to escalate with no remedy in sight (Chicago Daily Herald)
Soccer Tourney Heads To Tampa (Tampa Tribune)
Stadium neighbors right to ask, 'When's our turn?' (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Blatter to Run Again for FIFA Presidency (Associated Press)
One lame bird (Washington Times)

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