MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005

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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final - FC Dallas at Los Angeles Galaxy
The Strength of Herculez (Daily Breeze)
FC Dallas doesn't lack motivation in Open Cup final (Dallas Morning News)
Galaxy Is Far From Relevant (Los Angeles Times)
Will LA coach Sampson show glitz or be on the fritz? (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Galaxy seeks another trophy (Los Angeles Daily News)
Galaxy makes winning U.S. Open Cup a priority (Orange County Register)

Other soccer articles
Prairie Gateway ready for construction kickoff (Rocky Mountain News)
Quakes' shakeup (San Francisco Chronicle)
Buddle trying to look ahead (Columbus Dispatch)
Fire goal: Avoid being stuffed out (Chicago Daily Southtown)
United Does Some Forward Thinking (Washington Post)
Good at plugging (San Jose Mercury News)
Rapids coach: Real Salt Lake won't be easy (Denver Post)
Reis racking up shutouts (Attleboro Sun Chronicle)
Rapids don't want to settle for fourth (Rocky Mountain News)
Hopeful news for Quakes star (San Jose Mercury News)
Another MetroStars coach is in jeopardy (Dallas Morning News)
Thunder pare field for coach (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
MISL down to unoriginal 6 after loss of K.C., Cleveland (Chicago Sun-Times)
He's Mexico's masked man (Chicago Tribune)
Even the Royals' turnout blows away this soccer crowd (Associated Press)