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American Investor Frank Cascio Formally Withdraws Offer To Purchase Palermo

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 26 / 16

American entrepreneur Frank Cascio has "formally withdrawn his bid to buy Serie A club Palermo," according to FOOTBALL ITALIA. Cascio, an Italian-American whose father was from Sicily, sent Football Italia a statement on the situation. It read, “I announce with profound regret that I have deci...

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