MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, August 25, 2004

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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Semifinal
Charleston Battery at Chicago Fire

  • Fire stops in Naperville on way to U.S. Open Cup (Naperville Sun)
  • Fire last in MLS, but still conducting one title search (Daily Southtown)
  • Battery juiced for big match with Fire (Daily Herald)
  • Trophy-hunting Fire hosts Open Cup semi (Chicago Tribune)
  • Fire back in town for tourney (Daily Herald)

    San Jose Earthquakes at Kansas City Wizards

  • Wizards quell Quakes in Open Cup semifinal (Kansas City Star)
  • Quakes knocked out in Cup (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Wizards quell Quakes in U.S. Open Cup semifinals (AP)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Quest to keep Quakes proceeding (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Cunningham might return to starting lineup (Columbus Dispatch)
  • United Finally Has Healthy Outlook in Midfield (Washington Post)
  • Stadium construction roadblock for Burn (Star-Telegram)
  • Added Time: Sampson, Galaxy job seemed worlds apart (Dallas Morning News)
  • MLS Notebook: Foreigners worry Wynalda (Kansas City Star)
  • Ex-Sidekicks goalie battling Hodgkin's (Dallas Morning News)
  • Sanneh Signs Contract With Columbus Crew of the MLS (
  • 'I'm living a dream' (The Maine Times Record)
  • U.S. hopes to get 'Rowdy' (Associated Press)
  • Argentina Continues to Stifle, Will Play for Gold (Reuters)
  • Iraq Runs Out of Surprises (L.A. Times)
  • For 90 Minutes, All Eyes on the Ball (New York Times)
  • For Iraqis, Challenges on the Field and Off (New York Times)
  • In Iraq, No Gold Medals for Trying (Washington Post)
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