MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, May 3, 2005

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Second New York-Area Team? (New York Times)
So Far, Adu Is Left Wanting for Minutes (Washington Post)
Young blood kicks in (Boston Globe)
Are name-brand clubs wave of future? (Chicago Daily Herald)
MLS working on San Antonio team (Kansas City Star)
Klinsmann Still Makes Everything Look Easy (L.A. Times)
Metros hit stride on road (Star-Ledger)
Rookie Ihemelu giving Galaxy's defense a boost (Daily Breeze)
Guevara gets in gear (New York Daily News)
Commissioner's enthusiasm unlimited for future of MLS (Chicago Daily Herald)
McCombs not sold on MLS (San Antonio Express-News)
Beasley Out Three to Six Weeks (Associated Press)
Argos officially back out of stadium (The Globe and Mail)
Back where they started (Toronto Star)
Lampard and Terry could miss England games in U.S (Associated Press)

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