MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, August 18, 2004

WC Qualifier

  • Dancing to Their Own Tune (Washington Post)
  • Jamaica v USA: 15 years of intense rivalry (Jamaica Observer)
  • Keller still main man for Arena (North Jersey Herald News)
  • The time is right! (Jamaica Observer)
  • Finally taking bigger strides, Johnson is Burn's top forward (Star-Telegram)
  • The Journey to Germany Heats up tonight (Jamaica Gleaner)
  • U.S. men face Jamaica in World Cup qualifier (USA Today)
  • We're here for three points, says Arena (Jamaica Observer)
  • Ching to play for U.S. national team (Honolulu Advertiser)
  • Test with Jamaica awaits Americans (Houston Chronicle)
  • U.S. streak on the line (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Qualifying to resume as CONCACAF teams reaffirm quest for World Cup (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Pope ready for the road again (
  • Qualifying begins in earnest with visit to 'Office' in Jamaica (

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  • Galaxy to hire Sampson today (Press-Enterprise)
  • Franchise could head to Texas Next Season (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Fire, Boucicot come to terms (Daily Southtown)
  • Schmid's firing leaves players in state of shock (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Fire signs midfielder Boucicaut (Daily Herald)
  • First-place Galaxy dumps Schmid as coach (Dallas Morning News)
  • Fire adds Haitian player (Chicago Tribune)
  • Beckham Founds Anglo-American Soccer Academies for Young Hopefuls (The
  • Soccer players help kick-start fund raising (Dispatch-Tribune)
  • It could be Peschisolido's final kick (Globe and Mail)
  • Canada gets Serioux for world qualifier (Toronto Star)
  • Soca Warriors tangles with St Vincent (Trinidad Guardian)
  • Mexico-St Kitts World Cup qualifier postponed on request from soccer associations (AP)
  • Tie is unbecoming, but U.S. moves on to quarterfinals (AP)
  • High marks for skillful Lilly (
  • New Europe Coaches Make Mark in World Cup (AP)