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SBD Global/May 8, 2014/Franchises
Russian Investors' Bid To Buy La Liga Valencia Loses Backing Of Local Politician Alfonso Rus
Published May 8, 2014
NEW SCHOOL IN SOUTH KOREA: The EFE reported Valencia opened a "new school in South Korea, adding to Valencia schools already in place in Japan, Egypt and Bermuda" as part of Valencia majority shareholder VCF Foundation's "GloVAL International Program" project. The objective of the new school, which is located in Incheon, "is to develop young footballers, with four traveling to Valencia every season to live and study" (EFE, 5/7).