MLS Newsstand – Tuesday, September 28, 2004

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  • United Trying to Sign Forward to Bolster Attack (Washington Post)
  • Rapids happy to return to the friendly confines (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Crew has goalie insurance in reserve with Jordan (Columbus Dispatch)
  • S.L. may buy land for pro soccer park (Deseret Morning News)
  • Soccer notes: Mathis continues to play his game (Star-Ledger)
  • New MLS team Chivas USA names Rongen head coach (Daily Herald)
  • Crew review (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Soccer: U.S. Captain Reyna Injured (AP)
  • Wizards put out Fire to win Open Cup title (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
  • Mathis off hook after gesture (AP)
  • Storm won't rest easy during MISL preseason (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Inside Soccer: Glut of games, so FIFA acts (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
  • Rooney declared fit for Manchester United debut (Orange County Register)
  • Coin toss losers; Roma woes grow (Boston Globe)
  • Williams Details Stadium Funding (Washington Post)
  • Their goal? To make one dollar (The Intelligencer)
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