MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, October 12, 2004

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  • New era of soccer begins (Oneonta Daily Star)
  • Wynalda, Akers join Soccer Hall of Fame (Syracuse Post-Standard)
  • At 22, Donovan Is Stepping Up to Fill U.S. Captain's Shoes (Washington Post)
  • Chicago misfire (The Oneonta Daily Star)
  • Arena's Criticisms Right on the Mark (L.A. Times)
  • Will Metros, in same spot as last season, take a similar path? (Herald News)
  • Zavagnin the man of the hour for U.S. team (USA Today)
  • Salt Lake City team picks a ReAL unusual nickname (Kansas City Star)
  • Youngsters keep up with Joneses (Boston Globe)
  • Soccer notes: Schedule conflicts hurting U.S., MLS (Star-Ledger)
  • Glazer's ManU takeover bid not going over well in Britain (Daily Herald)
  • Beating Panama key (New York Daily News)
  • Fire must beat or tie Revs to make playoffs (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • U.S. Can Advance to Regional Finals (Associated Press)
  • Turning the Page on the Bra (New York Times)
  • Feuding in Frankfurt (Associated Press)
  • Caligiuri Inducted Into Hall (
  • Johnson making impressive strides (ESPN
  • Freddy Adu Interview ( Sports)
  • Glazer faces war with 'army of Red ants' (Associated Press)
  • Americans stroll to victory (
  • Pressure Grows for CONCACAF World Cup Hopefuls (Reuters)
  • 'Laughingstock' Portugal hopes to rebound against Russia (Associated Press)
  • Inside Soccer: Drug scandal brews in England (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Cup bid within sight (Miami Herald)
  • David Beckham Says Suspension Deliberate (Associated Press)

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