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Newly signed forward Carlton Cole talks about his first day with Republic FC on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, at Cosumnes River College. Although Cole did not train with his teammates on Tuesday, Republic FC coach Paul Buckle hopes to have the former English Premier League veteran ready to play on Saturday against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 at Bonney Field. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee
Newly signed forward Carlton Cole talks about his first day with Republic FC on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, at Cosumnes River College. Although Cole did not train with his teammates on Tuesday, Republic FC coach Paul Buckle hopes to have the former English Premier League veteran ready to play on Saturday against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 at Bonney Field. Bill Paterson The Sacramento Bee

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