MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, August 10, 2004

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  • Fire's Razov to miss remainder of season (Daily Southtown)
  • San Jose's Striker Scores in Waves (New York Times)
  • Playoffs for all but those in the cellar (Kansas City Star)
  • Cunningham eager to see more action (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Revs may have found key: Substitutions for more offense gave team a different look (Patriot Ledger)
  • Sarachan, others wondering why Fire struggling this year (Daily Herald)
  • Guevara gives Metros boost (New York Daily News)
  • Marketing the team, not the player (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • New MLS team searching for coach, nickname (Daily Herald)
  • Simutenkov Cleared to Play (
  • Vanney called-up for qualifier (
  • 365 Q&A withEskandarian (
  • Stapleton, Aldridge in Chester frame (

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  • One last golden moment? (Orange County Register)
  • Soccer notebook: It's win or else for Heinrichs (Star-Ledger)
  • U.S. goalkeeper Scurry out to make amends (AP)
  • Canada wins right to host 2007 world under-20 soccer championship (CP)
  • Tensions boiled over at heated Asian Cup (Boston Globe)
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