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Fri July 4, 2014
David Beckham Wants To Talk To Broward County About Stadium
David Beckham and his partners looking to build a Major League Soccer stadium still want to settle down with Miami-Dade County.
But while the two sides haggle over a site, the Miami Herald reports that Beckham's group may be interested in seeing someone else: Broward County. Broward officials said they expect to talk details with Beckham soon.
Beckham has no shortage of suitors. One Miami-Dade commissioner wants him to consider a Florida International University site. Florida Atlantic University in Palm Beach County has also shown interest in the team.
South Florida's previous MLS franchise, the Fusion, played at Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale. The team folded after four seasons.
To read more, go to: MiamiHerald.com.
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