MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2004

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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final: Chicago Fire at Kansas City Wizards

  • Wizards want to honor owner with Cup victory (Kansas City Star)
  • Soccer: For Fire, it's fourth and goal (Daily Southtown)
  • Fire in hot pursuit of U.S. Open title (Daily Herald)
  • Tonight's game: Wizards vs. Fire (Kansas City Star)
  • A bit of history (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Fire and Wizards clash in Open Cup Final (Sports Network)
  • Fire at Wizards (Chicago Sun-Times)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Rapids need response to 6-1 debacle (Denver Post)
  • Quakes run low on time to make move to Texas (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Rapids bid to forget lost weekend in New England (Rocky Mountain News)
  • GM hits the ground running/a> (Deseret Morning News)
  • Soccer can improve; it could if it would (Star-Telegram)
  • Too early to talk playoffs with Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
  • MLS notebook: Revolution seems poised for September run (Dallas Morning News)
  • Added Time: Frisco's building it, and soccer's coming (Dallas Morning News)
  • Ruiz, Kirovski should play vs. San Jose (Associated Press)
  • Salt Lake fans: Prepare to open wallets (Deseret Morning News)
  • City discusses stadium idea (San Jose Mercury News)
  • WINNERS & LOSERS: Hamm & ketchup; Roma punished (
  • The Tobias Lopez Column: Ronnie O'Brien (
  • Preki undergoes ankle surgery (Associated Press)
  • Galaxy forwards back in lineup (Mercury News)
  • AEG Looking to Lessen Load (
  • Dallas Bringing Back the Belief (
  • Soccer: Storm starting to take shape (Daily Southtown)
  • M Street site for ballpark (Washington Times)
  • Keane Charged in Alleged Confrontation (L.A. Times)