Contents: Soccer America April 29, 1996 issue

Features

Crew Cuts Down United

Judging by the Columbus opener, Ohio has embraced MLS. By Craig Merz

Big-Time Soccer Arrives

Los Angeles Galaxy fans overwhelm Pasadena. By Ridge Mahoney

Gray United Shelves Uniform

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson blamed his team's away uniform for a 3-1 loss at Southampton, while Newcastle stayed in the hunt with a 1-0 win over Aston Villa. By Graham Griffiths

Changing Of The Guard?

U.S. women's coach Tony DiCicco faces some tough decisions when he cuts his Olympic roster down to 16. By Dean Caparaz

A Fair Catch

North Carolina and Notre Dame drew some great players from the West, but Santa Clara got the biggest, and best, class in Region IV. By Dean Caparaz

Select League Tops USISL Pyramid

All the hoopla surrounding MLS has overshadowed the kickoff of the 10th USISL season, which opened with three leagues and 82 teams. By Ross Forman

Columns

SoccerTalk: Whether Anglo or Hispanic...MLS fans prove genuine.

Paul Gardner

Departments

Up Front; MLS Scene; 1996 MLS Rosters; World Scene; World Cup '98 Qualifying; World Scores; Around The World; Germany '95-96; Italy '95-96; NPSL; 1996 USISL Select League Schedule

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