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FC Cincinnati Stadium Debate Shifts As MLS Rejects Paul Brown As Potential Site

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 21 / 17

Hamilton County (Ohio) Commissioners believed that FC Cincinnati "should play at Paul Brown Stadium but were rebuffed" in a call yesterday to make the case to MLS, according to Chris Wetterich of the CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER. FC Cincinnati President & GM Jeff Berding had previously said that ...

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