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MLS' Garber Had "Significant Role" In Facilitating Levien/Thohir DC United Investment
Published August 3, 2012
THE QUEST CONTINUES: DC United President & CEO Kevin Payne on Thursday said of the team’s quest for a new stadium, “It has to happen. We are not a sustainable business at RFK, but it will happen.” Payne said of the search process, “We are talking to Baltimore and we are talking to D.C. … We are having very good conversations with the District now and I feel very encouraged. At the same time, we have been treated very respectfully by Baltimore and the Maryland Stadium Authority, and we’re having serious conversations with them as well” (WASHINGTONPOST.com, 8/2).