MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, June 22, 2005

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New England Revolution at Columbus Crew
Crew schemes to plug some holes on defense (Columbus Dispatch)
Revs look for a fresh start (Boston Herald)
Revolution get intense lesson (Boston Globe)

Chivas USA at FC Dallas
In MLS, Chivas out of its league (Dallas Morning News)
Former Dallas defender says Chivas is last stop (Star-Telegram)
Soccer Notebook: First-place FC Dallas awaits struggling Chivas (Daily Breeze)

Los Angeles Galaxy at Real Salt Lake
RSL anxious to pick up a win (Deseret Morning News)
Galaxy try to shake losing streak on road (Daily Breeze)
Donovan's return won't be so welcome (Salt Lake Tribune)
RSL midfielder gives himself a C (Deseret Morning News)
Watson, Trembley summoned to starting squad (Standard Examiner)

Other soccer articles
Group Likely to Run D.C. United Has Ties To Local Real Estate (Washington Post)
R. Madrid to visit Galaxy (Orange County Register)
Ching says he is healed (San Jose Mercury News)
Metros mulling Meola (New York Daily News)
MLS hopes to profit from foreign invasion (Dallas Morning News)
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Wagenfuhr finds home with Dallas (Denver Post)
Right at home (San Jose Mercury News)
Empty seats, empty feeling (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Adu accepts blame as Italy bounces U.S. (Chicago Sun-Times)
Make way for the MLS teams in Ludlow - maybe (The Republican)
Fire secures partner for naming rights (Chicago Daily Southtown)
New Vikings owner may try to add MLS to stadium plan (Associated Press)
Adu Won't Be Remembered for Play (Associated Press)
Soccer: A former phenom returns to his African roots (International Herald Tribune)

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