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Goalkeeper Patrick McLain returned to Bonney Field on Saturday when the Sacramento Republic FC hosted his new club from St. Louis. McLain is on loan from the Chicago Fire, his Major League Soccer club, where he was hired in the offseason but has yet to make it on the pitch. A hero to the end zone rooting section last year, the McLain of 2016 was forced to endure his fair share of abuse Saturday from the TBB, which called him a bad name in unison on every goal kick from the 46th minute on. He called the experience “awesome.” Andy Furillo The Sacramento Bee
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