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Metros put out the Fire
In coach Bob Bradley's 100th win, the MetroStars would find themselves putting out their eastern rival for the first time in over a year. Bradley's 100th win comes against his former team, and first win against the Fire. The MetroStars were able to take this win to advance themselves to a higher spot in the eastern conference and have a 5 point advantage heading into the All-Star break.
July 26, 2004 By Tom

Dallas trade Jason Thompson to D.C United
Yesterday, the Dallas Burn announced the trade of U-23 U.S National Jason Thompson to D.C United.
July 24, 2004 By FCD Fan 25

Rapid Rubbish: A Week in Review
Denver, CO. - It has not been a very good week for the Colorado Rapids. The team is now in a full fledged slump.
July 23, 2004 By Patrick Quinn

The Dallas Burn hope to take advantage of "weakened" United
After their Qualification to the Quater-Finals of the U.S Open Cup, the Dallas Burn are hoping to increase their 1 game winning streak as they receive a "weakened" D.C United.
July 23, 2004 By FCD Fan 25

Spirited Rhinos defeat uninspiring Revs in US Open Cup
LUDLOW, MA. – The Rochester Raging Rhinos of the A-League (American Soccer Division II) defeated the New England Revolution 3 to 1 on penalty kicks after playing the ninety minutes of regulation and thirty minutes of overtime to a 1-1 draw. The Rhinos controlled the majority of the possession as the Revs struggled to string together simple passes. Goalie Matt Reis kept the Revs in the match, but it was Rhinos ‘keeper Theo Zagar who was the hero when the match went to penalty kicks. The Revs, along with all nine other MLS teams participated in the 99th annual US Open Cup. The tournament pits the best teams from all levels of soccer against each other.
July 21, 2004 By Sean Donahue

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