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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 22 / 15

JOE TACOPINA is the president of Serie B club Bologna, which he and a group of North Americans purchased in October. It was reported at the time that Tacopina and Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact President JOEY SAPUTO planned to make an initial investment of $16.5M and provide a €7M...

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