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MLS Newsstand- June 6, 2012

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Select MLS Clips – June 6, 2012

  • Seattle’s Osvaldo Alonso strikes a 30-yard screamer against Cal FC makes Top 10 (SportsCenter - ESPN)
  • Chivas USA advances to the quarterfinals (WNCN- NBC, Raleigh)
  • New York Red Bulls bow out of the U.S. Open Cup (WGAL- NBC, Harrisburg)
  • Real Salt Lake’s Terukazu Tanaka adjusts to life in the United States (KTVX- ABC, Salt Lake City)
  • Harrisburg City Islanders advance in overtime (WHTM- ABC, Harrisburg)
  • Earthquakes midfielder Sam Cronin discusses San Jose’s season, coping with injuries, and the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup (Chronicle Live- CSN Bay Area)
  • CONCACAF unveils Champions League draw results (KSTU - FOX, Salt Lake City)
  • Seattle ends Cal FC’s Cinderella story in the Open Cup (KCPQ- FOX, Seattle)
  • Tauro FC, C.S. Herediano slated to face Real Salt Lake in CONCACAF Champions League play (KUTV- CBS, Real Salt Lake)
  • Whitecaps winger Russell Teibert demonstrates the finer points of slide tackling (CFRN- CTV, Vancouver)
  • D.C. United drops 2-1 decision to Philadelphia Union in Cup competition (WUSA- CBS, Washington, D.C.)
  • Philadelphia Union avenge last year’s Open Cup loss to D.C. in 2-1 overtime victory (WUSA- CBS, Washington, D.C.)
  • Sporting Kansas City’s title hopes remain intact after besting Colorado 2-0 (KSNT- FOX, Topeka)

 

MLS Newsstand – June 6, 2012

1. Dynamo get favorable Champions League draw(Houston Chronicle)

2. Rob Heineman lives the Sporting KC life(Kansas City Star)

3. Dynamo close to signing Honduran star Boniek Garcia(Houston Chronicle)

4. Reality bites for tireless Teibert(The Province)

5. Dynamo to face well-rested Vancouver squad Sunday(Vancouver Sun)

6. New Crew player will need time to adjust(Columbus Dispatch)

7. Real Salt Lake draws Tauro, Herediano for Champions League(The Salt Lake Tribune)

8. Garth Lagerwey sees pros, cons in team's CONCACAF pairing(Deseret News)

9. RSL draws Champions League opponents(Ogden Standard-Examiner)

10. MLS teams learn Champions League opponents(Sports Network)

11. Sounders drawn into CCL Group 4 with Marathon (Honduras) and top Caribbean qualifier(SeattleTimes.com)

12. Red Bulls' Backe "wouldn't be surprised" if Tainio's career is over(NYPost.com)

13. Surgery for Buddle, Keat(ESPNLosAngeles.com)

14. Draw is Metapan, Caribbean team (ESPNLosAngeles.com)

15. FC Dallas injury update: a mixed bag on the news front (ESPNDallas.com)

16. Montreal Impact sign Academy player Karl Ouimette(Goal.com)

17. Arne Friedrich says Germany will need luck on its side and provides advice on shutting down Ronaldo(Goal.com)

18. Dynamo's Cameron named June Humanitarian of the Month(MLSsoccer.com)

 

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup

19. Chivas USA wins, Cal FC loses in U.S. Open Cup(Los Angeles Times)

20. Sounders roll past Cal FC, 5-0, in U.S. Open Cup play(The Seattle Times)

21. D.C. United falls to Philadelphia Union in extra time, 2-1(The Washington Post)

22. Sporting KC advances in U.S. Open Cup with shutout of Colorado(Kansas City Star)

23. San Jose Earthquakes beat Minnesota, advance to U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals(San Jose Mercury News)

24. Sounders' pros usher amateurs to exit  (Tacoma News Tribune)

25. Dayton Dutch Lions edge Michigan Bucks, will face Sporting KC of MLS in U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinals(The Plain Dealer)

26. City Islanders top New York Red Bulls in extra time(The Sentinel)

27. RailHawks steal show from MLS opponents(The Charlotte Observer)

28. Chivas makes it into U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals; Eric Wynalda-coached Thousand Oaks' Cal FC loses(The Associated Press)

29. Alonso, Montero lift Sounders past Cal FC 5-0  (Associated Press)

30. Earthquakes beat Stars in US Open Cup(Associated Press)

31. Rapids fall in U.S. Open Cup(Associated Press)

32. Cal FC is a classic U.S. Open Cup success story, but not the only one(SportsIllustrated.com)

33. Cal FC's ride ends; Red Bulls booted(ESPN.com)

34. PK sends Goats to quarters(ESPNLosAngeles.com)

35. Union knock United from Open Cup(CSNWashington.com)

36. Hoppenot's OT winner lifts Union over United(CSNPhilly.com)

37. Defeat in Seattle does not diminish Cal FC's Open Cup accomplishments(Goal.com)

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