MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2004

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Columbus at San Jose

  • Reserves getting chance to shine (San Jose Mercury News)
  • MLS franchise may face move out of San Jose (Columbus Dispatch)

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  • Added Time: I'm not taking 'injuries' lying down (Dallas Morning News)
  • Give Soccer Silicon Valley until Dec. 31 on Quakes (San Jose Mercury News)
  • On the Mapp: Midfielder making mark in starting role for Fire (Daily Southtown)
  • Wizards on Rapids' witch list (Denver Post)
  • While others stumble, MLS keeps its balance (Star-Telegram)
  • Trip to Panama Is All Business (Washington Post)
  • Ching becomes key offensive cog for U.S. soccer team (The South Coast Standard Times)
  • Cup qualifiers are for clowns (Dallas Morning Times)
  • U.S. means business on trip to Panama (ESPN Soccernet)
  • U.S. squad expects challenge from underdog (Houston Chronicle)
  • U.S. soccer team arrives in Panama for Concacaf qualifying match (AP)
  • Myung-Bo doubtful for Galaxy game (Orange County Register)
  • CONCACAF: Tough homecoming for Maradiaga (Reuters)
  • Panama qualifier presents new challenge (Soccer Times)
  • 'Warriors' to storm past Mexicans (Trinidad Guardian)
  • Crucial clash for the Boyz (Jamaica Gleaner)
  • Players say they're ready for the challenge (Jamaica Observer)
  • Cienciano rallies past Boca Juniors (Miami Herald)
  • Cienciano Beats Boca Juniors, Wins Recopa (AP)
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