MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 12, 2004

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  • Conway will get a shot in goal (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Is star light blinding MLS disciplinarians? (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Convey Out With Injured Hamstring (Washington Post)
  • Calloway reverses Wynalda's story (San Jose Mercury News)
  • He's happy being on defensive (Kansas City Star)
  • Sporting Club of Portugal at Earthquakes (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Crew not only MLS team having trouble scoring (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Falling Real Madrid stars hit MLS (Dallas Morning News)
  • Injured Convey could leave United (Washington Times)
  • Cienfuegos gets honor and a job (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
  • Brown achieving his goals (Boston Herald)
  • Sullivan aching to get even (Denver Post)
  • Klopas to be second 'Ring of Fire' inductee (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Galaxy plans farewell match (Associated Press)
  • Added Time: D.C. United should put a cork in its whine (Dallas Morning News)
  • Johnson starting, scoring for Burn (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
  • Americans willing to view Adu (Dallas Morning News)
  • Clanton signs with MLS' Fire (Dayton Daily News)
  • Soccer gives Haiti's players an island of peace (Houston Chronicle)
  • Thai Buddhists fear village will seize land for soccer lot (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Italian Clubs Targeted for Match Fixing (L.A. Times)
  • England coaching concerns cloud U.S. players' futures (USA Today)
  • Convey hamstrung by injury (
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