MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 18, 2005

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Colorado Rapids at FC Dallas
Veteran Pareja gets call in FC Dallas midfield (Fort Worth Star-Tribune)
Rapids looking for the road to recovery (Rocky Mountain News)
FC Dallas tries to move forward without Mulrooney (Dallas Morning News)
Dallas scorer in no hurry to beat Rapids (Denver Post)

Chivas USA at Real Salt Lake
Cila gets chance to shine (Deseret Morning News)
Chivas hoping for quick turnaround (Daily Breeze)
RSL has something to prove (Salt Lake Tribune)
For Now, Guzan Is the Man (Los Angeles Times)
Revenge on RSL minds tonight (Ogden Standard Examiner)
No advantages for Chivas (Press-Enterprise)

Other articles
Lalas returning to field? (San Jose Mercury News)
Next for Fire stadium: wall-to-wall progress (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Never hurting for help (Boston Globe)
Recipe for Success Is Slow to Pan Out (Washington Post)
Painful finish (San Jose Mercury News)
Freddy Adu: Juggling act (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
For Crew, 1-0 deficits become 2-0, 3-0 . . . (Columbus Dispatch)
Revolution rock (
Injury ends Dayak's season (San Francisco Chronicle)
Giving Adu his due (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Injuries change lineups in MLS (Deseret Morning News)
U.S. calls up 2 Revs for England game (Patriot Ledger)
Sandy looks for a bigger kick than soccer (Salt Lake Tribune)
U.S. coach Arena brings O'Brien back into the fold (Chicago Sun-Times)
Game's new spin: It's lost a lot of English (Dallas Morning News)
Howard's back in net (
Top U.S. Pro Leagues Face Steroid Hot Seats (L.A. Times)
Leaders cry foul over Sandy soccer bid (Deseret Morning News)
Upson and Wright-Phillips off England team for U.S. tour (Associated Press)
Power is abused more often than steroids (Associated Press)
Professional women's soccer comes to town (Daily Breeze)