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Goldman bullish on funding MLS clubs

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 01 / 08 / 18

Goldman Sachs is all in on Major League Soccer. The Wall Street titan lent $120 million to Orlando City Soccer Club, the fourth MLS stadium loan in the last year for Goldman, which has emerged as one of the burgeoning league’s top lenders. “[MLS] is something that the firm is very ...

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