MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, November 2, 2004

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  • Amanpour won't buy Quakes (Mercury News)
  • D.C.'s Adu A Finalist For Rookie Of the Year (Washington Post)
  • Wizards tickets go cheap (Kansas City Star)
  • Reis is saving the day (Boston Globe)
  • New year, same end for Metros (Herald News)
  • United short-staffed for final (Kansas City Star)
  • Revs enjoy second season: Elevate game in playoffs (Boston Herald)
  • Metros have work cut out (New York Daily News)
  • For Crew, the higher the hopes, the harder the fall (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Playoffs over but questions remain (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Fire's Boucicaut starts relief fund in Haiti (Daily Southtown)
  • Metros coach sees improvement (Star-Ledger)
  • Nowak close to another Cup, this time as a coach (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • MLS conference finals set (Daily Herald)
  • Revs remain on a playoff roll: In turnaround from regular season, they earn MLS semi berth (Patriot Ledger)
  • Adu leads Rookie of the Year candidates (Sports Network)
  • Crew's pain is Revs' gain (Gloucester Daily Times)
  • Rhinos coach expected to be dropped after poor season (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Inside Soccer: Still rumbling: Man U-Arsenal fallout (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Bayern Munich's Top Gun (New York Times)
  • Hamm, Foudy to Play Last Game Vs. Mexico (Associated Press)
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