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MLS Newsstand - June 28, 2012

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MLS Newsstand – June 28, 2012
1. D.C. United again proving to be tough on their turf(Washington Times)
2. Philadelphia Union braces for busy July schedule(Philadelphia Daily News)
3. Dutch striker MacDonald in Fire's sights?(Chicago Tribune)
4. Busy stretch putting BBVA Compass Stadium to test(Houston Chronicle)
5. Besler glad to be back in action for Sporting KC(Kansas City Star)
6. Former Rutgers player Alexi Lalas has a different look, but is the same face of soccer(Newark Star-Ledger)
7. Additions could help Timbers strike back in MLS standings(The Portland Tribune)
8. Rapids' front office says re-signing core veterans key for the future(Denver Post)
9. Marvell Wynne nearly 100 percent healed, eager to come to Rapids' defense(Denver Post)
10. RSL signs defender from Chicago Fire to provide depth(The Salt Lake Tribune)
11. Crew clears space for possible signing(Columbus Dispatch)
12. Timbers-Sounders game draws third-highest MLS television audience(The Oregonian)
13. Team USA's Morgan has fond memories of Rio Tinto Stadium(Standard-Examiner)
14. Vancouver Whitecaps forming ties in Okanagan(Kelowna Capital News)
15. Chivas USA and City of Lynwood Partner Up to Offer Free Soccer Clinic, Thursday(Lynwood Patch)
16. Sounders need to maintain composure(Tacoma News Tribune)
17. AdvoCare to be jersey sponsor for FC Dallas soccer team (Dallas Business Journal)
18. Much improved Whitecaps team at halfway mark(24 Hours)
19. FC Dallas signs deal with first jersey sponsor(Associated Press)
20. Beckham not chosen for Britain’s Olympic soccer squad(Associated Press)
21. MLS Readjusts Its Focus to Site of World's Fairs(NYTimes.com)
22. D.C. United will play Paris Saint-Germain July 28 at RFK Stadium; Olsen-Payne-Kasper huddle after practice(WashingtonPost.com)
23. Red Bulls' Corey Hertzog has Wilmington loan extended  (NYPost.com)
24. Revs make roster moves ahead of International Transfer Window(ESPNBoston.com)
25. World's Game In World's Park? MLS Proposes New Soccer Stadium In Flushing Meadows(Gothamist.com)
26. California Classico Memories: David Beckham's First MLS Goal(LAconfidential.com)
 
Montreal Impact 0, Toronto FC 3
27. TFC gives Impact a beatdown in Montreal(Toronto Sun)
28. TFC thumps Montreal to take first road win(Sports Network)
29. TFC beat Impact 3-0 to spoil Di Vaio debut(The Canadian Press)
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