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Crew Could Move To Austin If New Downtown Columbus Stadium Cannot Be Finalized

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 17 / 17

Crew Owner Anthony Precourt   announced today that he may "move his team to Austin" in '19 if a downtown Columbus soccer stadium "cannot be finalized in the next year," according to Grant Wahl of SI.com. Columbus Partnership President & CEO Alex Fischer, who heads a group of 60 ...

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