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Sporting KC Proving To Be Model Club For Chiefs, Royals, Other MLS Franchises12 / 06 / 13
MLS Sporting KC has built what club CEO Robb Heineman "calls 'a tremendous benefit of the doubt' that borders on sycophancy from its fans and much of the local media," and this is a "fabulous credit to the organization, achieved through a meticulous brand-building strategy, and should be the envy of...
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