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Several USL Teams Unhappy With Sale, Could Form New League
Published September 2, 2009
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Owners That Formed TOA In '08
STARS STILL SHINING: In Cleveland, Bill Lubinger reports the USL Cleveland City Stars faced a deadline yesterday to commit for next season but that "came and went with no action" primarily because last week's sale of the league "bought them time." City Stars Exec Dir Aaron Tredway: "Most teams have been waiting to see what was happening with the league." The Cleveland Soccer Foundation "continues to seek a buyer" for the club, which has been "struggling financially off and on the field." The owners "haven't set a specific asking price, but seek at least $400,000" (Cleveland PLAIN DEALER, 9/2).