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Crew Say Possible Move To Austin Part Of Effort To Ensure Long-Term Viability In MLS

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 18 / 17

The Crew announced yesterday that they are "'exploring strategic options' to ensure" their long-term viability in MLS, a strategy that will "move forward with one of two options: remaining in Columbus at a new, Downtown stadium or relocating the franchise to Austin ," according to a front-page piec...

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