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Mexican Football Fans Protest New Anti-Violence Reforms Outside FMF Office

04 / 18 / 14

Representatives of fan associations of various Liga MX sides including América, Cruz Azul, Pumas and Chivas, among others, protested outside the Mexican Football Federation's (FMF) headquarters with the "sole objective of being heard" by Liga MX Dir General Enrique Bonilla, according to Rub&e...

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11/05/12
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11/02/12
West Ham May Share Olympic Stadium

EPL club West Ham United is "willing to share" the London Olympic Stadium with American football, according to Joe Ridge of the London DAILY MAIL. NFL franchises have held "encouraging" talks with Mayor Boris Johnson to become the "anchor tenants." The NFL interest was believed to "potentially scupp ...

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