Republic FC head coach  Preki  signs autographs for young fans Carter Tseu, 9, left, Nolan Oates, 9, and Jensen Vieira, 10, far right, prior to the match between the Sacramento Republic FC and the LA Galaxy II.
Republic FC head coach Preki signs autographs for young fans Carter Tseu, 9, left, Nolan Oates, 9, and Jensen Vieira, 10, far right, prior to the match between the Sacramento Republic FC and the LA Galaxy II. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Republic FC head coach Preki signs autographs for young fans Carter Tseu, 9, left, Nolan Oates, 9, and Jensen Vieira, 10, far right, prior to the match between the Sacramento Republic FC and the LA Galaxy II. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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