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St. Paul Could Land Expansion MLS Club As Minneapolis Misses Deadline For FinancingPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 02 / 15
MLS Deputy Commissioner Mark Abbott on Wednesday said that St. Paul "will be considered as a site for a new outdoor soccer stadium" for NASL club Minnesota United FC, which will join the league in either '17 or '18, according to Andy Greder of the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS. Abbott told ESPN Radio ...
The opening of the "under-construction" Anaheim Stadium was examined by Barbara Kingsley in the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. As ushers wore "cute red hard hats," Kingsley wrote, "except for some complaints
Braves Owner Ted Turner spoke to the media before the first game at Turner Field, according to Tony Fabrizio in the FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. Turner, on the new ballpark: "It''s like a biblical story. You'
The Charlotte City Council received two letters yesterday, which said that if the city plans to sell the Coliseum, "others besides [Hornets Owner George] Shinn are interested" (Mary Elizabeth Deangeli
A "key" WA State Senate committee passed WA Gov. Gary Locke''s "embattled" plan to build a new Seahawks stadium, and Locke said he has "finally clinched" the votes he needs to move the bill out of the
Hornets Owner George Shinn "abandoned his quest" for an uptown arena yesterday, saying that he wanted to buy the Charlotte Coliseum instead, according to Ames Alexander in the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. Shin
Hillsborough Circuit Court Judge Sam Pendino turned down a request yesterday by the city, county and Tampa Sports Authority for a rehearing on his ruling from last Friday, according to Joe Henderson o
The FL House Tourism Committee yesterday unanimously approved a bill that would that would give Wayne Huizenga a state tax break of up to $60M over 30 years to refurbish Pro Player Stadium. It would b
Dallas was "hit with two setbacks" yesterday in its hopes for legislation on a new arena financing plan, according to Todd Gillman in the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. In order to "appease" TX Gov. George Bush
The Whalers believe the state of CT''s offer to build a $150M arena in downtown Hartford "is not enough," and is looking for the state to cover "all or part of its operating losses while the arena is
Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk said yesterday that neither of the arena proposals presented by the Mavericks and Stars "would be accepted as presented," according to Todd Gillman in the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Ki