MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, July 27, 2004

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  • Rapids to disclose new stadium site (Denver Post)
  • Stadium site to be revealed (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Arsenal may be new home for Rapids (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • MetroStars eye deal for Danny (New York Daily News)
  • MetroStar hits field, then books (Newark Star - Ledger)
  • For now, teen phenom Szetela plays for Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Soccer notebook: Meola elevated to legend status (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • Is MLS cutting its own throat? (North Jersey Herald News)
  • Germany Gives Klinsmann Reins (New York Times)
  • Crew's Fraser honored to be all-star addition (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Defections remove spark from Fire (Kansas City Star)
  • Nelsen Again Sees Specialist About Injuries (Washington Post)
  • All-Star Ring on fire (The Tennessean)
  • Klinsmann Will Coach Germany (L.A. Times)
  • Ex-Metros shining (The Tennessean)
  • Q&A: Klinsmann, new coach of Germany, sees positive signs at home, in U.S. (
  • This is not your father's Selecao (Boston Globe)
  • Cyclists Have a Ticket to Ride (L.A. Times)
  • Friendly Means Of Revenge (Hartford Courant)
  • Will AS Roma's Totti be toast of town here? (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • Inside Soccer: Give that team (Real) an Oscar (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)