MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, June 29, 2005

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Columbus Crew at Kansas City Wizards
Competitive fire still burns bright for Preki (Kansas City Star)
Armstrong begins Crew career against two former teams (Columbus Dispatch)
Columbus Crew (4-8-1) at Wizards (5-3-6) (Kansas City Star)

D.C. United at Chicago Fire
Fire set to play without Armas (Chicago Daily Herald)
For Adu, a Learning Experience (Washington Post)
Fire to see a determined Adu (Chicago Tribune)
Fire's depth to be put to the test (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Reward well worth the risk for Fire against AC Milan (Chicago Sun-Times)
Fire faces United without 2 of best (Northwest Herald)

Colorado Rapids at San Jose Earthquakes
Quakes' Mullan back in the lineup (San Jose Mercury News)
Rapids realize time still is on their side (Rocky Mountain News)
Onstad, defenders at top of game (San Francisco Chronicle)
Rapids need quick start at San Jose (Denver Post)

Other soccer articles
Underdogs give U.S. Open Cup a kick (USA
Adu not ready for main act (Star-Telegram)
RSL trade will bring Broome from Galaxy (Salt Lake Tribune)
New England Revolution waive Canadian forward Felix Brillant (Canadian Press)
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Soldier Field still part of big-game loop (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Adu isn't out of school yet (Dallas Morning News)
United's Quaranta grows older, wiser (Washington Times)
U.S. call-up a golden goal (San Jose Mercury News)
Dallas-ex Suarez released by Chivas USA (Dallas Morning News)
Possible match excites Patriots (El Paso Times)
Senator backs RSL beer sales as taxpayer-friendly funding (Salt Lake Tribune)
Confed Cup final may be glimpse of World Cup (Associated Press)

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