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Soccer notes

Berylson going to wall

By Frank Dell’Apa
Globe Staff / April 6, 2010

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North Americans investing in British soccer mostly have concentrated on high-profile clubs. The Glazer family (Manchester United), George Gillett and Tom Hicks (Liverpool), Randy Lerner (Aston Villa), and Stan Kroenke, who is close to a takeover of Arsenal, are involved in some of the highest-stakes soccer games in the world. Their influence was initially greeted with skepticism, and now, Liverpool ... (Full article: 1272 words)

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