MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, December 14, 2004

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  • U.S. could play World Cup qualifier with 'replacement players' (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • With Agoos now on board, Metros eyeing next steps (Herald News)
  • Agoos looks to Metros United (New York Daily News)
  • MLS Christmas shopping in London (
  • Hanover Striker Mathis to Return to U.S. (Reuters)
  • Mathis set to return to MLS (Associated Press)
  • Mathis Set to Leave Hanover for Salt Lake (
  • A third 'Player' honor would surprise humble Hamm (Star-Ledger)
  • Mexico Has Repeat Champion (New York Times)
  • WINNERS & LOSERS: Hoosiers rule; Chivas USA loses Mexican star (SoccerAmerica)
  • UEFA's home-grown idea set to take step nearer reality (Reuters)
  • Inside Soccer: UEFA's knockout round should live up to name (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Nothing to laugh at (New York Daily News)
  • Chat room: Mia Hamm, Julie Foudy and Joy Fawcett, Retiring U.S. soccer players (Star-Telegram)
  • Italy calls for referees to get electronic help (Rueters)
  • Klinsmann brings some American flavor to German national team (Associated Press)
  • Blanco returns for a fourth stint at America (Reuters)
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