MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 25, 2005

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MetroStars at Kansas City Wizards
Former Wizard Meola has goal in mind (Kansas City Star)
MetroStars Scouting Report (Daily Record)
MetroStars vs. Kansas City Wizards (Star-Ledger)

San Jose Earthquakes at Colorado Rapids
Cameroonian could be next big thing for Rapids (Denver Post)
Reunion, part II (San Jose Mercury News)
Petke greets old coach, new team with Rapids (Rocky Mountain News)
Quakes rumors resurface (San Jose Mercury News)

Columbus Crew at Los Angeles Galaxy
Galaxy looking for signs of progress (Daily Breeze)
Hejduk acts carefree, but cares deeply about Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
Galaxy forced into changes (Orange County Register)
Galaxy seeks redemption (L.A. Daily News)
Sampson to Face a Few Decisions (L.A. Times)

Other soccer articles
Staying balanced poses tricky test for Johnson (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Kovalenko Plans to Stay Put With D.C. (Washington Post)
Experience leads Brown to a starting spot (Salt Lake Tribune)
Former Fire players Wolff, Beasley join Arena 'football' (Chicago Sun-Times)
RSL enjoys first trip to Ogden with victory in friendly victory (Ogden Standard Examiner)
O'Brien on road back from ailments (USA Today)
Rapids' demise prompts change of direction (Dallas Morning News)
No Beckham, but there will be talent to boot (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Q&A with John O'Brien: Toiling toward a comeback (Soccer America)
Beasley on the mend (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Norway Edges Costa Rica in Exhibition (Associated Press)
20 years after tragedy, violence has subsided (Dallas Morning News)

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