MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, April 27, 2005

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Chicago Fire vs. New England Revolution - 7:00 p.m. ET - Fox Soccer Channel
Fire players remember the big KO (Chicago Daily Southtown)
First-place Revolution have gotten it together (Boston Globe)
Starting at forward for Fire ... (Chicago Daily Herald)
Revs eye a Fire fight: Have shot to move into 1st place alone (Boston Herald)
One on one with ... the Fire's Nate Jaqua (Chicago Daily Southtown)

Other articles
Paule is forced to retire (Columbus Dispatch)
Kreis gets his money, but what about a title? (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
De Rosario to rescue (San Jose Mercury News)
Dallas now sporting an image of success (Kansas City Star)
Stokes Not Likely To Play Saturday (Washington Post)
Youth fields might provide big boost for Wizards stadium (Kansas City Star)
Readers sound off about criticism of Donovan's return to MLS (Daily Breeze)
Glen traded for second-round pick (Associated Press)
The homegrown Euro gains value (Dallas Morning News)
Sounders' health is major concern (The Tacoma News-Tribune)
Trying to revive WUSA (San Jose Mercury News)
Campaign launches revamped Abbey (Chicago Sun-Times)
A Soldier Field friendly (Chicago Daily Herald)
Matchup of 2 home teams (Chicago Tribune)
Friendly figures to bring out the passion (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Mexico, Poland all set to put on an exhibition (Chicago Sun-Times)