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SBD/Issue 135/MLS Season Preview
MLS Rapids’ New Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Opens Saturday
Published April 5, 2007
REVIEW: In Denver, Brian Forbes wrote the “ultra-modern cathedral is the largest soccer-specific complex in North America. The lush field sunk in the ground is the most spacious allowed by [FIFA].” The seats are “on top of the action,” and the jagged canopy gives the complex “a distinct skyline.” Rapids coach Fernando Clavijo said, SI’ve been around this country and the world, and I haven’t seen anything like this. This is a first-class complex that can compete with anything in the world” (DENVER POST, 4/1).
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