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Published April 14, 1998
Plans for a $113M sports complex in El Paso, TX, "are in the works" as the city "attempts to lure the Cowboys' training camp" (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 4/10)....MLS Commissioner Doug Logan, on the MetroStars playing at Giants Stadium: "For the next two years we will be in Giants Stadium and make the best of our existence. We need to find a long-term solution that includes a grass playing field. Are we actively involved in a search for that place? The answer is yes" (Bergen RECORD, 4/10)....The city of Denver "plans to hire" PA-based Spectacor Management Group to manage Mile High Stadium. City officials did not disclose the full terms of the contract, which will include a base fee and a percentage of revenues (DENVER POST, 4/14).