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  • Watch Mayor Darrell Steinberg pump up major league soccer in Sacramento

    Mayor Steinberg and Republic FC owner Kevin Nagle gather at the downtown rail yards to announce the construction of a soccer field to go along with Sacramento's bid for a Major League Soccer program.

Mayor Steinberg and Republic FC owner Kevin Nagle gather at the downtown rail yards to announce the construction of a soccer field to go along with Sacramento's bid for a Major League Soccer program. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
Mayor Steinberg and Republic FC owner Kevin Nagle gather at the downtown rail yards to announce the construction of a soccer field to go along with Sacramento's bid for a Major League Soccer program. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
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Big step in Sacramento’s Major League Soccer bid

July 27, 2017 3:55 AM

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