MLS Newsstand – Friday, June 2, 2006

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  • New Pact for Garber of M.L.S. (New York Times)
  • U.S. World Cup fate won't boost or boot MLS (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
  • Wizards sign midfielder (Kansas City Star)
  • Fire odyssey almost over (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Where to play? RSL weighs pros, cons of 2 possible sites for big match with Real Madrid (Deseret Morning News)
  • Chivas USA: Help from Above (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • RSL: Reversal of roles coming (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Toe surgery keeps Serioux out six weeks (Houston Chronicle)
  • Coaching Characters Color the Landscape (Los Angeles Times)
  • ESPN good with football - not futbol (Deseret Morning News)
  • U.S. carries higher expectations (AP)
  • Time Is the Czechs' Lurking Enemy (New York Times)
  • Klinsmann praises U.S. influence on his ideas (AP)
  • German engineered: German soccer fans have mixed emotions over national team (Deseret Morning News)
  • Slow start for '06 class (
  • Becoming a tradition (
  • An inaccurate World Cup preview (
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