MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, September 29, 2004

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  • The U.S. Coach Sounds Off (New York Times)
  • Coaching is Ganzler's call (Kansas City Star)
  • Fire's Herron has come a long way from playing in small yards in Costa Rica (Daily Southtown)
  • Soccer Insider (Star-Telegram)
  • Youth teams net assist from Quakes (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Colorado relying on "positive energy" (Denver Post)
  • Crew doesn't get time off for good behavior (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Adu mixes youthful energy with savvy of an older game (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Ex-Wizard would relish final against old team (Kansas City Star)
  • Soccer: RFK Exhibition (Washington Post)
  • Mathis irks Germans (New Daily News)
  • U.S. Calls Up Injured Reyna For Upcoming Qualifiers (Washington Post)
  • American soccer history caught on tape (Dallas Morning News)
  • Soccer Notebook (Daily Southtown)
  • Real Madrid's many bright lights aren't shining as a group (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Cup qualifiers to deplete MLS (
  • Coaches: Talent , cultural gap is closing in U.S. (Palm Beach Post)
  • Mexico Teams to Compete for Tourney Slots (Associated Press)
  • European success costly for Canada (Edmonton Sun)
  • Soccer stars mix, mingle on Capitol Hill (Scripps Howard News Services)
  • MLB awards Washington with the Expos (Associated Press)
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