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Argentine FA's Talks With Government, Broadcasters Reportedly Making Progress

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 20 / 17

There "once again appears to be the beginning of a solution to untie the economic knot that is increasingly suffocating Argentine football," according to Enrique Gastañaga of CLARÍN. There is "light emerging from two negotiations" in which first division side San Lorenzo VP Marcel...

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