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Russia's Samara Region Proposes New Facilities In Addition To Kosmos Arena

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 22 / 15

Russia's build for the 2018 World Cup is having a "knock-on effect for other sports with Samara being the latest to announce that as well as the new Kosmos Arena, the region is proposing a number of other new sports facilities," according to Paul Nicholson of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL. At a meeting with...

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