MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2004

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  • Details Given on United's Proposed Stadium (Washington Post)
  • Revolution need final kick for playoff push (Boston Globe)
  • Chung looks to end slump (Denver Post)
  • Missing in action (Naperville Sun)
  • Getting good jump works well for Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • MLS lacks punch (Press-Enterprise)
  • Revs seek answers (Boston Herald)
  • To keep fields in shape, Frisco complex going green (Dallas Morning News)
  • Little things mean a lot at the pro level (Peoria Journal Star)
  • Plan for RFK work set (Washington Times)
  • Sanneh: A vital Crew member (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Rewind with Brad Friedel (
  • Young Soccer Player Sparks Worldwide Donation Project (The DenverChannel)
  • Celebrity buzz over wines aimed at Hispanics (Miami Herald)
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