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Future Of Allianz, ANZ Stadiums To Be Announced On Thursday

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 17 / 17

Sydney's "drawn-out stadium war is expected to come to a head" on Thursday when NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres asks cabinet for more than A$2B ($1.6B) to knock down and rebuild both ANZ and Allianz stadiums, according to Andrew Webster of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. The unresolved issue, though, "i...

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