MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, December 7, 2004

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  • Wizards moving to East (Kansas City Star)
  • With more teams to stock, MLS should follow Metros' lead (Herald News)
  • Nelsen's Blackburn trial extended (
  • U.S. Women's Stars to End Era (New York Times)
  • Soccer notebook: U.S. vets brace for their finale (Star-Ledger)
  • Wizards sent to East in MLS realignment (Orange County Register)
  • Plot thickens in Tevez transfer (Boston Globe)
  • Real Salt Lake and CD Chivas USA join Western Conference (Associated Press)
  • Inside Soccer: Minus Larsson, Barcelona pulls away from Real Madrid (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Officials still pushing for stadium (Jersey Journal)
  • Driver cited in crash that killed coach (United Press International)
  • Aston Villa to Become Jamaica National Soccer Team's U.K. Base (Bloomberg)
  • The Golden Age (Associated Press)
  • Leffler turns hate to love (Baltimore Sun)
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