MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005

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Cannon in unfamiliar spot (Rocky Mountain News)
Revolution performance indefensible (Boston Globe)
Giase: Harkes wants to coach, hints about Metros (Star-Ledger)
Rookie Vasquez joins lengthy list of players out for season (Columbus Dispatch)
Real real about loss (Deseret Morning News)
Youri gives Metros lift on & off field (New York Daily News)
Barring collapse, Bradley must stay (Herald News)
Wizards in tight East race (Kansas City Star)
MLS Notebook: Galaxy's challenge (Press-Enterprise)
'The Hut' shows future of soccer venues (Desert Morning News)
U.S. Soccer Foundation lauds Hunt (Chicago Daily Herald)
AYSO, MLS work for sport's growth (Daily Breeze)
The U.S. team seems to be up to its challenge, but are a couple of novel ideas? (Houston Chronicle)
German Federation Admits to Nazi Past (New York Times)
Make way for a new king (

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