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UMass Officials Break Off Talks With Kraft Group For Revolution Stadium In Boston

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 28 / 17

UMass officials have "broken off talks with the Kraft Group" regarding the building of a stadium for the Revolution near the Boston campus "amid concerns from some local elected officials about its potential impact on the area," according to Jon Chesto of the BOSTON GLOBE. The search had "involved t...

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