MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, April 5, 2006

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  • O'Brien Is Back in Town (Los Angeles Times)
  • Cup Means Extra to Donovan (New York Times)
  • For Segares, disallowed goal not whole picture (Chicago Tribune)
  • Dynamic Beginning (Houston Chronicle)
  • Chivas USA lands O'Brien (O.C. Register)
  • O'Brien belongs to Chivas (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • Rapids look to recover from opening loss despite injuries (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Crew goes on defensive, adds Croatian midfielder (Columbus Dispatch)
  • RSL focuses on exposed weakness (Deseret Morning News)
  • Man-U whiz kids expected in town (Dallas Morning News)
  • Chivas USA signs former U.S. World Cup star (Daily Breeze)
  • Sidelines (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • MLS Says N.Y. Goal Was Illegal (Washington Post)
  • Ching called up to U.S. team (Houston Chronicle)
  • Four Wizards make U.S. roster (Kansas City Star)
  • World Cup Focus: Drama surrounds Mexico's roster (Dallas Morning News)
  • Shuffle of soccer-review panel blocked (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Meola to make 100th international appearance (AP)
  • Referees feeling the heat all over (
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