MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, October 27, 2004

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  • D.C.'s prodigy survives rocky debut (USA Today)
  • Time not on Quakes' side (San Jose Mercury News)
  • This Guy's A Keeper (L.A. Times)
  • Dallas soccer squads missed on Dempsey (Dallas Morning News)
  • Heaps has helped the Revolution (Boston Globe)
  • Rapids guard against potholes (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Goalie bracing for storm (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Crew reaps rewards from Fraser deal (Columbus Dispatch)
  • D.C. Working on Offer to Keep Nelsen in Fold (Washington Post)
  • Galaxy must end slump, or end season (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Rapids feel at home in Galaxy's stadium (Denver Post)
  • FC Dallas season in review (Star-Telegram)
  • Added Time: Pareja couldn't draw fire from Stone (Dallas Morning News)
  • r made sensational debut (Sports Network)
  • Arsenal-Man. U rivalry has cooked up into a food fight (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Attack on soccer refs prompts investigation (Associated Press)
  • Happy return for Howard (Associated Press)
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