MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, June 30, 2004

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  • First Place Metros Need to Bounce Back (New York Post)
  • Back in lineup, Magee's smiling again (NJ Daily Record)
  • Rapids hope luck, defense hold vs. Metros (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Rapids reap rewards of new style (Denver Post)
  • Hanauer ready if MLS wants Seattle in 2005 (Seattle Times)
  • Busy Burn down to three healthy forwards (Dallas Morning News)
  • Salty Dogs a threat to Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Which Mariners team will MLS' Burn tackle tonight? (Virginia Pilot)
  • Dogs dare to tackle major foe (The Post-Standard)
  • U.S. Open Cup Gameday (Star-Telegram)
  • Wizards unfazed by relocation report (Kansas City Star)
  • MLS notebook: Duncanville native finally shines (Dallas Morning News)
  • Parity dominates first half of MLS season (Kansas City Star)
  • Fire's Armas, Beasley may hear another U.S. call (Daily Southtown)
  • Mayor 'optimistic' about MLS, AFL (San Antonio Express-News)
  • Added Time: Shoes planted in U.S. soil required to cover Kreis' feat (Dallas Morning News)
  • Tests get harder for Fire Reserves (Daily Southtown)
  • Thunder: A long time coming (Star-Tribune)
  • Rhinos are wary of Fire Reserves (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • US Open Cup: Eight teams join the tourney in the third round Wednesday (
  • Tensions mounting on Argentina, Peru heading into Copa America (AP)
  • USYSA to move its offices to new Frisco facility (
  • Robinson's Recovery "Way Ahead Of Schedule" (
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