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Pistons' Tom Gores, Arn Tellem Optimistic About Detroit's Bid For MLS Expansion ClubPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 01 / 17
Pistons Owner Tom Gores and Palace Sports & Entertainment Vice Chair Arn Tellem "expressed optimism" yesterday about their joint bid for an MLS expansion franchise with Cavaliers Owner Dan Gilbert, according to the DETROIT NEWS. Meanwhile, Gores "deferred to Gilbert on the subject of a prop...
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