MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 31, 2006

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  • Commissioner's message to San Jose applies to KC (Kansas City Star)
  • Fiery Player, Simmering Conscience (Washington Post)
  • On the ball: Scorers like World Cup sphere; goalies give thumbs down (Associated Press)
  • Wizards star has confounded naysayers (Kansas City Star)
  • Crew opens tough road stretch (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Monson: Winning feeling sweeps RSL (Salt Lake Tribune)
  • Cannon likely out against Galaxy (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Simms Is No Longer Hamstrung (Washington Post)
  • Galaxy won't have Jones, Vagenas tonight (Daily Breeze)
  • Arena, Team U.S.A. hope to make Cup history (Deseret Morning News)
  • Convey could challenge Beasley (Chicago Tribune)
  • The waiting game (
  • Meola selection as U.S. alternate a tribute to past and present (Associated Press)
  • For Mexico, Europe No Longer Feels Like Foreign Soil (The New York Times)
  • Lavolpe does it his way (Orange County Register)
  • U.S. team still has unresolved issues (Daily Breeze)
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