MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, August 3, 2004

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  • On Paper, Chivas Seems Ready to Go (L.A. Times)
  • Chivas USA's home: Home Depot Center (Orange County Register)
  • Chivas USA brings a bit of Mexico to U.S. soccer (Press-Enterprise)
  • Chivas is coming to Carson (Daily Breeze)
  • Metros bide their time on Szetela deal (New York Daily News)
  • No deal: Szetela saga a mystery (North Jersey Herald News)
  • MLS Expands to Los Angeles for Next Season (Associated Press)
  • Economic change tops many players' wish lists (Kansas City Star)
  • Revs give Belleh new hope after A-League stint fails (Providence Journal)
  • U.S. Open Cup tourney provides teams that are fun to cheer for (Daily Herald)
  • Burn must steady erratic play (Star-Telegram)
  • Consistent play remains elusive goal (Columbus Dispatch)
  • US exports are adding a kick to the international game (Boston Globe)
  • Attendance numbers add up for soccer in America (Daily Herald)
  • Soccer complex looks for moniker (Dallas Morning News)
  • Convey set for Royals debut (Reading Evening Post)
  • All-Star game celebrates soccer and Soldiers (Army News Services)
  • Small crowds won't slow soccer series (Houston Chronicle)
  • AC Milan wins in 87th (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Inside Soccer: Man U, Real get easy draws (Post-Intelligencer)