MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, August 31, 2004

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  • The Emergence of a Prodigy (Washington Post)
  • Armas keeps getting hurt at worst possible times (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • 'Real' soccer details coming (Deseret Morning News)
  • Rapids' Cannon hopes shot with U.S. team coming (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Wizards could leave West in conference realignment (Kansas City Star)
  • Quakes stadium gets a look (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Hawaiian punch: US finds time for Ching (Boston Globe)
  • Knee surgery to sideline Fire's Armas (Daily Southtown)
  • U.S. duty leaving Metros bare (New York Daily News)
  • Revs remain in front in MLS playoff hunt (Patriot Ledger)
  • Ching invited to U.S. soccer team camp (Honolulu Advertiser)
  • Under Arena, U.S. Men Ascend (New York Times)
  • Soccer notebook: U.S. points to victory at home (Star-Ledger)
  • No Fire players on World Cup qualifying roster (Daily Herald)
  • Beyond a Driver and Fan, She's Ultimate Soccer Mom (Washington Post)
  • Mathis, Howard back on roster for WC qualifiers (Associated Press)
  • Bocanegra scores for Fulham in loss to Portsmouth (Associated Press)
  • Metros fill out U.S. roster (Associated Press)
  • Rhinos unveil new blueprint for stadium (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Casey set to play for U.S. in Cup qualifier (Denver Post)
  • Book explores soccer's role in political world (Daily Herald)
  • Adu Cuts Back Public Appearances (Associated Press)
  • Dreams for MLS team, new stadium fading (Winston-Salem Journal)
  • Arnaud And Wizards To Host US Cup Championship (
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