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Argentine FA Execs Reach Agreement With Second Division; Season To Start As Scheduled

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 25 / 16

After "several days of meetings and a lot of uncertainty , a meeting on Tuesday ended with Argentine football expected to start this weekend," according to GOAL. The Argentine FA was able to reach an agreement with second division directors and "at every level of Argentine football, the season will...

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