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  • Republic FC looking to build a stellar team for 2016

    A younger, less experienced Sacramento Republic FC begins the 2016 USL season looking to return to the championship form of its inaugural year two seasons ago. The team had a sizable offseason makeover that included the departure of five starters, including team leaders Justin Braun and Rodrigo Lopez, who accounted for 18 USL goals combined last season.

A younger, less experienced Sacramento Republic FC begins the 2016 USL season looking to return to the championship form of its inaugural year two seasons ago. The team had a sizable offseason makeover that included the departure of five starters, including team leaders Justin Braun and Rodrigo Lopez, who accounted for 18 USL goals combined last season. Patty Couse-Baker The Sacramento Bee
A younger, less experienced Sacramento Republic FC begins the 2016 USL season looking to return to the championship form of its inaugural year two seasons ago. The team had a sizable offseason makeover that included the departure of five starters, including team leaders Justin Braun and Rodrigo Lopez, who accounted for 18 USL goals combined last season. Patty Couse-Baker The Sacramento Bee
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