MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, May 25, 2004

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  • Galarcep: MLS scrambling (North Jersey Herald News)
  • To appreciate soccer, you must understand the tie (Daily Herald)
  • Metros' middle is central (New York Daily News)
  • Rapid turnover no problem (Rocky Mountain News)
  • All White skipper rates himself 60-40 to face Socceroos (
  • Fire Reserves gearing up for their showcase game (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • More Kickers at the Linc? (Philadelphia Inquirer)
  • Beasley not threatened by Adu's rise (Fort Wayne News-Sentinel)
  • Grenada Has Hopes of Upset (New York Times)
  • Moreno cures what ails Galaxy (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Morrow resigns from Burn; Rhine's news promising (Dallas Morning News)
  • Boavista, MetroStars face off in Elizabeth (Newark Star-Ledger)
  • Sidelines (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Nelsen fights injury ahead of qualifiers (
  • Rhine Suffers Right Knee MCL Sprain (
  • Krieger: Stardom is not necessary for happiness (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Superstar Twellman still off his mark (Eagle-Tribune)
  • Stewart glad to represent U.S. again (Houston Chronicle)
  • Real Madrid skid forces change of plans (Boston Globe)
  • MISL expanding to Chicago (Daily Southtown)
  • Toronto gets its 'MLS' stadium (