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LAFC Mulls HQ, Training Facility, Large Youth Sports Complex In Tustin, Calif.

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 16

The city of Tustin, Calif., "might land" the training facilities and HQ for MLS expansion club LAFC and also add "one of the largest youth athletic complexes in the nation," according to a front-page piece by Jordan Graham of the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. LAFC has "pursued a proposal to build the faci...

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