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  • Heat could be factor in Republic FC's Arizona match, coach says

    Sacramento Republic FC coach Paul Buckle put his team through an afternoon practice in 100-degree heat earlier the week of June 20, 2016, trying to get his players ready for what could be extreme temperatures when they play Arizona United SC at Peoria Sports Complex, which is about 30 miles from Phoenix. Buckle used the term "boiling hot" when anticipating conditions for the match.

Sacramento Republic FC coach Paul Buckle put his team through an afternoon practice in 100-degree heat earlier the week of June 20, 2016, trying to get his players ready for what could be extreme temperatures when they play Arizona United SC at Peoria Sports Complex, which is about 30 miles from Phoenix. Buckle used the term "boiling hot" when anticipating conditions for the match. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento Republic FC coach Paul Buckle put his team through an afternoon practice in 100-degree heat earlier the week of June 20, 2016, trying to get his players ready for what could be extreme temperatures when they play Arizona United SC at Peoria Sports Complex, which is about 30 miles from Phoenix. Buckle used the term "boiling hot" when anticipating conditions for the match. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee

Republic FC notes: Team braces for Arizona’s torrid heat

June 24, 2016 5:21 PM

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