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Four midweek games, four tweets
by Ridge Mahoney, July 6th, 2011 2:19AM
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[MLS] To set up a busy MLS Wednesday with four games, here are tweet-length blurbs (all games available on the Direct Kick package and on the MLS Web site subscription service) ...

NEW YORK (5-3-10) vs. TORONTO (3-7-9), 8 p.m. ET

TFC aficionados are excited about twice beating an expansion team that dumped its head coach, but a point at Red Bull Arena would mean more.

KANSAS CITY (5-6-5) vs. COLORADO (5-5-8), 8:30 p.m.

SKC can mark another milestone on its road back from a grueling 10-game road swing to open the season by matching the Rapids on points.

VANCOUVER (2-8-8) vs. COLUMBUS (6-5-6), 10 p.m.

Jay DeMerit is injured again and Emmanuel Ekpo and Andy Iro are both suspended, so finesse may rule the day. But there’s always Eric Hassli!

CHIVAS USA (4-7-6) vs. SAN JOSE (5-5-6), 10:30 p.m.

Quakes like to bludgeon opponents with Steven Lenhart and Ryan Johnson to make space for Wondo, Chivas USA needs a few more Nick LaBroccas.

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