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Investors Kyle Martino, Stuart Holden Discuss Mallorca's Fight To Avoid Relegation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 26 / 17

Former U.S. internationals Kyle Martino and Stuart Holden traveled the world playing football and now cover it at the highest levels. Martino, who played several years in Major League Soccer, currently covers the Premier League for NBC Sports. Holden, who played for the MLS Houston Dynamo and then-P...

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