MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, July 28, 2004

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MetroStars at Kansas City Wizards

  • Wizards have another shot to take over lead in the West (Kansas City Star)
  • Metros Brace for Red-hot Wizards (New York Post)
  • Metros ride three-game winning streak into K.C. (New Jersey Daily Record)
  • Metrostars at Kansas City Wizards (Newark Star-Ledger)

    Chicago Fire at Colorado Rapids

  • Rapids' third-place hold is in line of Fire (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Razov's season may be over (Daily Southtown)
  • Rapids looking for spark against Fire (Denver Post)
  • Fire's fortunes far different from last year (Daily Herald)
  • Fire hopes to celebrate first (win) of July (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire at Rapids (Chicago Sun-Times)

    Dallas Burn at Columbus Crew

  • Crew not sure if Szetela will get on field against Burn (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Burn seems at home on the road (Dallas Morning News)
  • Faith in veteran rewarded (Star-Telegram)
  • Burn coach putting his foot down over back flips (Dallas Morning News)

    Other MLS

  • Stadium will be youth haven, too (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Rapids relish new home (Denver Post)
  • Rapids get new home from KSE (Boulder Daily Camera)
  • United All-Star Nelsen To Have Hernia Surgery (Washington Post)
  • Earthquakes get All-Star treatment (San Jose Mercury News)
  • MLS commissioner grateful for Manchester United II (Newark Star Ledger)
  • Added Time: Champions tour could do MLS a world of good (Dallas Morning News)
  • English soccer team warms up for Copa de Tejas (Houston Chronicle)
  • Chelsea starting to form into a powerhouse Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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