MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 11, 2005

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Nolly faces scoring dynamo Donovan in debut (Salt Lake Tribune)
Quakes fill in the blank (San Jose Mercury News)
FC Dallas' Big Three give locals a nice shot (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
For Fire, help is far-fetched (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Rapids in foul mood awaiting visit from Chivas (Denver Post)
Worrisome times (Columbus Dispatch)
United Midfielder Kovalenko Is Ready for Action (Washington Post)
Role Revival (Los Angeles Times)
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Real will host Chileans on 1st U.S. tour (Deseret Morning News)
Q&A: U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena (USA Today)
Suddenly, Mahoney is Fire's backup goalie (Chicago Daily Southtown)
D.C. United bringing Adu along slowly (Reuters)
Remember Freddy Adu? Midfielder (Dallas Morning News)
Keeper's mind on shoulder (Ogden Standard Examiner)
Besagno brothers to face off as pros (Seattle Times)
Demand far exceeds supply for World Cup tickets (Dallas Morning News)
Sounders match tonight has fraternal feel (Seattle Pos-Intelligencer)
Rooney and Ferdinand to miss England's tour (Associated Press)
Prep work on city block isn't for soccer (Salt Lake Tribune)

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