MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, April 20, 2005

L.A.'s Ethnicity as Sport (Los Angeles Times)
Guppy's resume stronger than his fan support (Chicago Sun-Times)
Freddy Adu, Getting a Kick Out of Golf (Washington Post)
Dallas-area players making their marks (Dallas Morning News)
Revs' hot start is out of character (Kansas City Star)
A cinematic triumph (Boston Globe)
Soccer Plays on the Big Screen (New York Times)
Oughton Will Miss Season With Knee Injury (Associated Press)
MLS front offices need some international flavor (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
RSL looks for grassy practices (Salt Lake Tribune)
One on one with ... the Fire's Kelly Gray (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Balboa gets kick out of Hall call (Boulder Daily Camera)
Ramos, Harkes together again (Oneonta Daily Star)
San Antonio near MLS goal (Dallas Morning News)
San Antonio in line for MLS team (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Ex-Aztec Balboa elected to soccer Hall of Fame (North County Times)
History re-booted (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Harkes, Ramos, Balboa Gain Soccer Hall (Associated Press)

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