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Bayern Munich Expands Into Latin America, Names Rudolf Vidal President Of The Americas

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 23 / 16

Bayern Munich is expanding its global efforts into Latin America after carving out its space on the U.S. market over the past two years. The Bundesliga club will look to apply those experiences to new regions that, in comparison to the U.S., already have an established football culture. Rudolf Vidal...

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