Sacramento Republic team officials and boosters of the United Soccer League team were on hand at the Major League Soccer championship Sunday in Carson, making themselves heard in an attempt to help sway the MLS and its commissioner, Don Garber, shown at a news conference earlier this fall, in their choice of cities for a new MLS franchise. A decision is expected by June.
Sacramento Republic team officials and boosters of the United Soccer League team were on hand at the Major League Soccer championship Sunday in Carson, making themselves heard in an attempt to help sway the MLS and its commissioner, Don Garber, shown at a news conference earlier this fall, in their choice of cities for a new MLS franchise. A decision is expected by June. Bebeto Matthews The Associated Press
Sacramento Republic team officials and boosters of the United Soccer League team were on hand at the Major League Soccer championship Sunday in Carson, making themselves heard in an attempt to help sway the MLS and its commissioner, Don Garber, shown at a news conference earlier this fall, in their choice of cities for a new MLS franchise. A decision is expected by June. Bebeto Matthews The Associated Press

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