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San Jose Earthquakes teammates Adam Jahn and Tommy Thompson talk on Thursday, March, 24, 2016, about playing on loan for the Sacramento Republic FC of the USL. Even though it's not Major League Soccer, the players don't mind the commute to Sacramento, where both say the competition and the fan atmosphere is close to that of the San Jose club. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee

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    The ownership group representing Sacramento Republic FC, joined by Mayor Darrell Steinberg and former Mayor Kevin Johnson, arrive at MLS headquarters Wednesday to make its final presentation to Major League Soccer owners tasked with recommending two expansion cities for the nation’s top professional soccer league.