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MLS Preview for Sept. 1
August 31st, 2004 9:24PM

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MLS Preview (Sept. 1)

Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 pm ET/7:30 pm CT/5:30 pm PT

CHICAGO (5-10-8, 23 pts) vs. KANSAS CITY (10-7-5, 35 pts)

TV: Time Warner Cable Channel 5 (KC - cable only), Metro Sports (KC - cable only) delayed 9:30 pm CT.

Direct Kick: Dish Net - 462.

Key Players Out:

Chicago - FW Ante Razov (R ankle bone spur); MD Chris Armas (R knee inflammation).

Kansas City MD Kerry Zavagnin (National Team Duty - USA), MD Chris Klein (L knee torn ACL), GK Tony Meola (R Achilles tendon strain).

Referee: Hector Tobon.



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