MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, October 6, 2004

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Columbus Crew at Chicago Fire

  • Fire hoping not to get caught short (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire short-handed up front for tonight's game (Daily Herald)
  • Crew, Fire are forced to play short-handed (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Another honor for Fire's Herron (Daily Southtown)
  • Striker on roster to face Crew (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Crew at Fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Crew vs. Fire Preview (Associated Press)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Quakes staying for 2005 (Mercury News)
  • MLS playoff picture still cloudy (USA Today)
  • Rapids hope the wait is worth it (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Burn has long way to go to keep going (Dallas Morning News)
  • Wynalda always one to look ahead (Daily Southtown)
  • Leverkusen optimistic (Mercury News)
  • Wizards defense is moving up (Kansas City Star)
  • Time off blessing, curse (Denver Post)
  • Arena puts 'em up, then shuts up (Dallas Morning News)
  • U.S. tries to point way toward Cup (New York Daily News)
  • Wynalda sorry for ripping Clash (Mercury News)
  • Zavagnin zeroes in on starting role (ESPN Soccernet)
  • Adidas in running to up its US sales (The Scotsman)
  • MLS Confidential: Ref Watch (
  • Not old, just experienced (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Brazilian player shot, killed (Orange County Register)
  • A bond of brothers (South Florida Oracle)
  • Man U head wants compensation for international matches (Fox Sports World)

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