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July 16, 2013 12:00 AM

Marcos Breton: Time has come for an MLS team in Sacramento

It's not every day that an English Premier League soccer team comes to Sacramento. In fact, Thursday night will be a first when Norwich City headlines an exhibition at Raley Field that could be a milestone in the ultimate goal of bringing a Major League Soccer team to Sacramento.

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