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LeBron James Considers Joining David Beckham In Miami MLS Expansion
Published November 19, 2013
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STILL ISSUES TO DEAL WITH: ESPN’s Alejandro Moreno said James' potential collaboration with Beckham "gives credibility to MLS" and is "good news for Major League Soccer, it’s good news for a potential franchise in Miami." However, he cautioned there is "still a lot of work to do.” Moreno: "The challenges remain for Miami. This is an issue of creating a sustainable fan base and once you have a sustainable fan base then you have the stadium issues in south Florida. Those have been the challenges in the past for the Miami area and they will continue being the challenges going forward” (“ESPN FC,” ESPN2, 11/18).