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MLS Newsstand - July 6, 2012

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MLS Newsstand – July 6, 2012
1. Revolution add Bengtson(Boston Globe)
2. Tchani now in attack mode for Crew(Columbus Dispatch)
3. Landon Donovan - best U.S. player ever?(San Francisco Chronicle)
4. Servando Carrasco, Bryan Meredith step up for Sounders FC(The Seattle Times)
5. Dutch striker MacDonald set to join Fire(Chicago Tribune)
6. Dutch transfer Sherjill MacDonald heading to Fire(Chicago Sun-Times)
7. In defence, Harvey makes his case for minutes(The Province)
8. Tickets going fast for Whitecaps encounter with David Beckham(The Vancouver Sun)
9. Looking at key Union players, before and after Nowak(Philadelphia Inquirer)
10. Real Salt Lake shores up defense, now seeking some goals(The Salt Lake Tribune)
11. New additions impress from the get-go(Deseret News)
12. Kosuke Kimura traded from Rapids to Portland for cash, roster spot(The Denver Post)
13. Philadelphia Union partners with local charity In Ian’s Boots(Delco Times)
14. Sean Johnson moving past Olympic disappointment with strong play for Chicago Fire(Sporting News)
15. Nesta to Make Impact in MLS by Signing for Montreal(Reuters)
16. New England signs Honduras forward Bengtson(Sports Network)
17. Montreal Impact sign Italian central defence legend Alessandro Nesta(The Canadian Press)
18. Ashtone Morgan inks new contract with TFC(The Canadian Press)
19. Soccer to Adopt Goal-Line Technology(NYTimes.com)
20. New Real Salt Lake defender Kenny Mansally makes the grade in his debut(Examiner.com)
21. Tim Howard eyes future MLS return(FoxSports.com)
22. Nesta joins Montreal Impact(ESPN.com)
23. Revs boost offense with Bengtson signing(ESPNBoston.com)
24. Ashtone Morgan signs new long-term deal with Toronto FC(Goal.com)
25. LA is the best squad in MLS and Spain is the best in soccer history(Goal.com)
26. The Montreal Impact sign Italian defender Alessandro Nesta(Goal.com)
27. Impact hope Nesta can cure defensive afflictions(Goal.com)
28. MLS eyes possibility of goal-line technology by 2013(MLSsoccer.com)
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