MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, October 20, 2004

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  • Cannon's goal: Defend Rapids' turf (Rocky Mountain News)
  • United's Adu Has Sprained Shoulder (Washington Post)
  • Big score for Ching (San Jose Mercury News)
  • As FC Dallas, Burn out to reignite passion (Dallas Morning News)
  • Rapids wary of Galaxy duo (Denver Post)
  • Guevara earns two MVP honors (Herald News)
  • Gaven honored at Metros' awards (Daily Record)
  • Added Time: Beating Jamaica now could pay dividends later for U.S. (Dallas Morning News)
  • Dempsey having solid rookie season for Revs (Attleboro Sun Chronicle)
  • MLS endures tie-dyed regular season (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Cannon Named's Most Valuable Player (
  • Owen's goal shows he's a real dynamo (Orange County Register)
  • Leaving a large legacy (Chicago Tribune)
  • History favors U.S. women for 5th shutout (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Lilly sets the right example (Chicago Tribune)
  • Mia and friends taking final bows (Daily Southtown)
  • Breaking up that old U.S. gang of theirs (Daily Herald)