Ryan Rosenblatt

Stars and Stripes FC

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Editor of Stars and Stripes FC for the online sports community SB Nation, and writer on soccer for sports websites Fusion and Eurosport

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The  Los Angeles Football Club  hopes to begin playing other Major League Soccer teams in 2018. In the meantime, it's asking fans to choose team colors on social media.

Can a Second Pro Soccer Team Attract LA Fans?

The Los Angeles Football Club hopes to begin playing other Major League Soccer teams in 2018. In the meantime, it's asking fans to choose team colors on social media.

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