MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, July 5, 2005 to Wednesday, July 6, 2005

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MetroStars 2 at Real Salt Lake 2
Penalty kick in 90th minute lifts RSL to tie (Salt Lake Tribune)
No apologies from Real for season as it looks ahead (Deseret Morning News)
Final fireworks (Standard Examiner)
Real rally: Late goals lead to tie (Deseret Morning News)
Return of defenders proves to be short-lived (Salt Lake Tribune)
Real continues to grow as team (Deseret Morning News)
Kragthorpe: Will the real Real please stand up? (Salt Lake Tribune)
Pierce suffers setback in return from injury (Deseret Morning News)

Kansas City Wizards 1 at Colorado Rapids 2
Colorado sparkles in rally (Rocky Mountain News)
Rapids put on a show (Boulder Daily Camera)
Cooke heats up depleted Colorado (Denver Post)
Rapids sink Wizards (Kansas City Star)
Fourmality (The Longmont Daily Times-Call)

New England Revolution 1 at Los Angeles Galaxy 1
Stale Galaxy Suffers Disappointing Tie (Los Angeles Times)
Dorman rescues Revolution (Boston Globe)
Galaxy tied at finish after crucial mistake (Orange County Register)
Revs force tie for first (Boston Herald)
No substitute for experience (Boston Globe)
One late lapse on defense costs Galaxy a big victory (Daily Breeze)
Galaxy lets win get away at end (Press-Enterprise)

Other Soccer Articles
Lalas Draws the Ire Of United's Payne (Washington Post)
Cannon still has feelings for Quakes (San Jose Mercury News)
MetroStars Like Idea of Having Adu (New York Times)
No Thiago a pain for Fire (Chicago Daily Southtown)
New interest in Wizards (Kansas City Star)
U.S., Mexico Ride Collision Course (Los Angeles Times)
Trying to shake a leg (Boston Globe)
There's no place like home (Kansas City Star)
Timing of tournament really hurts Gold Cup (Star-Telegram)
U.S. should rule in pool at Gold Cup tournament (Chicago Sun-Times)
Crew has very little to show for improved defense (Columbus Dispatch)
Rapids' roster vacancies are close to filled (Denver Post)
Broome brushing up on his skills for RSL (Standard Examiner)
Former SPU, Sounders star pumped to play for Team USA (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
Soccer teams vying to be golden (Miami Herald)
Gold Cup notebook: Canada's future is now (Seattle Times)
Winning is Honduras' point of pride (Sun-Sentinel)
Cup dreams runneth over for father and son (USA Today)
A tired event? (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Quakes' future home? (San Jose Mercury News)
U.S. men's soccer brings its quest to Qwest for Gold Cup (Seattle Times)
Enduring a cursed season (Memphis Commercial Appeal)
Gold Cup set to spread ball around U.S. (Houston Chronicle)
Cup gives Americans a Golden opportunity (New York Daily News)
D.C. United has opportunity to star on international stage (Chicago Daily Herald)
Meola focuses on his future (Kansas City Star)
U.S., Mexico seek region's top prize (LA Daily News)
Summer slate gets friendlier (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Galaxy Irks Club (Press-Enterprise)
Chastised readers jump on e-mail bandwagon (Chicago Daily Herald)
Mexico suspends two defenders for one year for doping (Associated Press)
Barbados Football Association Suspended (Associated Press)