MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2005

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MLS Select vs. Real Madrid
Real Madrid a real test for MLS (Boston Globe)
Misplaced passport grounds Marshall (Columbus Dispatch)
MLS joins world stage (Press-Enterprise)
Will Real Madrid game be too big a risk for MLS? (Chicago Daily Herald)
MLS squad to take on potent Real Madrid (Dallas Morning News)
Scot Nicol leads a New England revolution (Reuters)
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International flavor (San Jose Mercury News)

Other soccer articles
Galaxy interested in bringing in 3 new players (Daily Breeze)
Breath of fresh air (Herald News)
Friendly a chance for RSL to develop rapport with additions (Ogden Standard-Examiner)
Hall of Fame a fitting cap to Ramos' career (Star-Ledger)
Galaxy's road skid ends (Kansas City Star)
Little at stake but national pride in United States-Mexico rematch (Chicago Daily Herald)
Chelsea's Bench Is Made of Gold (New York Times)
Bobby Convey celebrates his first-ever goal for Reading (Reading Evening Post)

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