MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, December 21, 2004

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  • A feud that may cost a Cup (Herald News)
  • Crew's Andrulis gets new contract (Columbus Dispatch)
  • City nets World Cup qualifier (Birmingham News)
  • Players Union Wants Contract (New York Times)
  • Despite unsure future, Wizards' staff still upbeat (Kansas City Star)
  • Soccer notebook: Hamm finishes 2nd-best (Star-Ledger)
  • Tale of the tapes: NASL was fabulous (Boston Globe)
  • U.S. team to play qualifying opener in Birmingham (Associated Press)
  • Three more years of April for U.S. (New York Daily News)
  • Crew coach Andrulis agrees to new contract (Associated Press)
  • Private school courts elite soccer players (Star-Tribune)
  • Ronaldinho Wins Player of the Year (Associated Press)
  • Winners & Losers: Eddie Lewis scores; PSV suffers first loss (SoccerAmerica)
  • Inside Soccer: Feast awaits Europe's fans in new year (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Soccer team owner hopes to launch professional women's soccer league in 2005 (Associated Press)
  • Canadian men jump five spots to No. 90 in FIFA world rankings (Canadian Press)
  • Mexican female soccer star considers next move after FIFA rejection (Associated Press)
  • FIFA fines Spain over racist taunting of England players (Associated Press)
  • Asian push needed for new A-League, says team official (Associated Press)
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