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Hangin' With ... Goaltrotters Co-Founder & President Jonathan Nenich

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 23 / 17

A failed attempt to see a Serie A match in Italy gave university friends  JONATHAN NENICH and MATIAS ARRAEZ   the idea to make a platform that would ease the experience of planning a football vacation for European supporters. The two created Goaltrotters , which gives fans all the info...

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