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Atlético Madrid's Move To New 'La Peineta' Stadium Could Be Delayed

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 22 / 16

Atlético Madrid "may not be saying goodbye" to the Estadio Vicente Calderón when the current season comes to its close after all, "as the local council cannot ensure" the completion of the club's new home for the next campaign, according to the EFE. Problems of stadium access "h...

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