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Reyna Becomes Second Big-Name Player To Join MLS This Month
Published January 25, 2007
| MLS Red Bulls
Officially Sign Reyna
BECKS EFFECT: Fire President & CEO John Guppy said that the team “likely will play host” to the Beckham-led Galaxy at Toyota Park in September or October. In the two weeks after the Beckham announcement, the team renewed 30% of its season-ticket holders and sold over 200 new packages (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 1/24).
ALL-STAR GAME: Scottish Premier League club Celtic FC will play the MLS All-Star team this summer at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, the Rapids’ new stadium opening this season. The event will “likely to take place in late July or early August” (DENVER POST, 1/25).