MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, April 13, 2005

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Match in Mexico City Puts United Up in Air (Washington Post)
Ching marching forward (San Jose Mercury News)
Opinionated fans rally behind Wilt (Chicago Daily Herald)
Revolution midfield in evolution (Boston Herald)
Ellinger not taking any excuses (Deseret Morning News)
Wilt's ouster a mystery (Chicago Sun-Times)
Pressure second nature for rookie (Denver Post)
Speaking Out (
Burgeoning rival in Real Salt Lake (Denver Post)
Guppy leads 'new' Fire (Chicago Daily Herald)
Leboeuf may quit, he may not (Agence France-Presse)
And to think some said it wasn't going to last (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Injury to Williams an opportunity for Selolwane (Salt Lake Tribune)
Former UD soccer star Rolfe makes first start for Chicago Fire (Dayton Daily News)
Wilt's selling job wasn't enough for Fire owners (Chicago Tribune)
Concussion puts Paule at crossroad (Columbus Dispatch)
MLS notebook: Kreis adds another hit to his record collection (Dallas Morning News)
A big day for Youri on tap (Herald News)
Fire Fallout (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Call Pierce crazy but don't get in his way (Deseret Morning News)
Exhibitions on tap (San Bernardino Sun)
Major League Soccer power poll (San Jose Mercury News)
One on one with ... C.J. Brown (Chicago Daily Southtown)
AEG: Revenue was reason Wilt was let go as Fire's leader (Associated Press)
A developing situation (The Business Gazette)
U.S. women's coach has SMU ties (Dallas Morning News)
Freedom Reserve Team Will Be Playing Exhibitions (Washington Post)
Sounders lose Jackson, Tomlinson, sign Graham (SeattleTimes)
Simmering volcano (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Deal for sponsor may be back on (Washington Times)

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