MLS Newsstand – Wed., March 1, 2006

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  • Forming soccer partnership for the future (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
  • Where pro soccer and youth soccer meet (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
  • MetroStars' Magee Has a Role to Play (New York Times)
  • U.S. team to play on European turf (Kansas City Star)
  • S.L. County questions the loyalty and ethics of Tetris lobbyist firm (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • FC Dallas partners with Tigres UANL (Sports Network)
  • Rookies expected to see significant playing time (Columbus Dispatch)
  • A big day for soccer 'friendlies' (Daily Camera)
  • FC Dallas heads for Spain (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • RSL: Gregorio, Walsh part of final cuts (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Crew stays undefeated on Cyprus trip (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Player moves leave Utahns on RSL roster (Deseret Morning News)
  • Mexico gets boost from beyond borders (Dallas Morning News)
  • Bolton from celebrity (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • Convey Making Name for Himself in England (AP)
  • Poland game a useful barometer (
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