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Headed North: Kevin Payne To Join Toronto FC After Parting Ways With DC United
Published November 28, 2012
UNITED THEY STOOD: In DC, Steven Goff writes Payne "raised United through infancy and some terrible teenage years, supervising a record four MLS Cup championship squads and helping wedge the sport back onto the city's landscape after the North American Soccer League's demise a decade earlier." But with a new investment group "looking to put its signature on the organization, Payne's parenting was no longer wanted." Sources said that he "was not fired ... but he wasn't embraced either" (WASHINGTON POST, 11/28).